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Izložba slika Salka M. Peze / A painting exhibition : Salko M. Pezo

I have no intention of pretending to be an art critic but I do visit exhibitions when I have a chance. After visiting this exhibition I decided to google this painter and read a little bit about him. One of the art critic said that this exhibition (and the paintings you have the opportunity to see) is of confessional character and doesn't try to communicate with the viewer, whatever that meant. I'm not sure I have understood what this art critic was trying to say. However, what I really liked is what the painter has said himself and I quote him : " If the painting doesn't have the research element in itself, it is in danger of stagnating. The creative force must come in the open, and in some kind of desire, but also in the explosion of colours and characters, a new exhibition has been born..."  

Well, that was nicely said, wouldn't you agree? As for my personal impressions, I liked these paintings so much that I had to take photos of them. Sometimes carrying a cam with you can prove to be most convenient (usually when you least expect).


Sasvim slučajno posjetila sam  izložbu mostarskog akademskog slikara Salka M. Peze, pa sam odlučila malo pročitati o njemu. Naišla sam ( na internet portaru) komentar jedne kritičarke umjetnosti koja je rekla da je ova izložba i slike koje vidite ispovijednog karaktera i da ne pokušavaju komunicirati sa gledateljem. Moram priznati da nisam shvatila što bi to trebalo značiti. Kakogod, jako bi se svidjelo što je sam slikar rekao, a to prenosim kao citat: " Ukoliko slikarstvo nema onoga istraživačkog, ono može stagnirati. Ono kreativno mora izići na vidjelo i, evo u nekoj želji, ali i u eksploziji boja i likova, rodila se nova izložba..."

To je baš lijepo rečeno, zar ne? Mene su se slike jako dojmljile i jednostavno sam ih morala uslikati, ponekad je stvarno zgodno imati fotoaparat uz sebe, dobro dođe kad se najmanje nadaš.

painting by Salko M. Pezo

painting by Salko M. Pezo


painting by Salko M. Pezo

painting by Salko M. Pezo (a detail)

paintings by Salko M. Pezo
painting by Salko M. Pezo

painting by Salko M. Pezo

paintings by Salko M. Pezo

painting by Salko M. Pezo

lovely floral motives

this painting is called " New Year in Vienna"


Comments

  1. Very different, I'm intrigued by the 2nd paintings bottom right faces, xoxo.

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    1. the 2nd from bottom? I think that the title of that has to do with childhood memories...It certainly looks a bit like a memory with that subtle blurriness of the lines.

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  2. Questi dipinti sono proprio belli Ivana e tu sei molto carina!:) Un bacio!

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  3. Wow these paintings impressed me !

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  4. These are fantastic...love them :))) xx

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  5. Amazing! I find you post very interesting )

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    Kiss Madina

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  6. lovely modern art,...so very gorgeous!! thanks for ur visit and new post is up!

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  7. To tell the truth, those art works scares me. I don't know why and can't explain this feeling. I like only those paitings with flowers, they are full of color and inspiration! Thank you for such a wonderful post, dear Ivana! I'm a huge fan of art and this topic appeals to my heart a lot!

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    1. I think they are meant to express the darker side of our psyche so I understand why they can be scary. Some of them, like those dancers for example, are even grotesque. If you look carefully at the painting with the dancers you can see the Moulin Rouge in the background so I think it is questioning whether the dancers there are exploited.

      The painting with the flowers is the one I would like to have in my living room, but it was really interesting to see the others as well, because it made me ask questions and that is always a good sign when you look at a work of art.

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All your comments mean a lot to me, even the criticism. Naravno da mi puno znači što ste uzeli vrijeme da nešto napišete, pa makar to bila i kritika. Per me le vostre parole sono sempre preziose anche quando si tratta di critiche.

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