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Robert Gligorov‘s work can be described with many words. Others find it provocative, others brilliant, others queer or peculiar, while others could describe it by using all the above words.

Presenting a body of work of optical illusions, collages and distorted images, Gligorov seems to be exploring the world from a very different perspective. The artist uses all kinds of combinations between humans and nature, to comment on social, political and even environmental issues. His work both creates and deconstructs worlds of surreal states, and allows the viewer to see through his own, “filtered” eyes. Offering a point of view one would never dare to adopt, Gligorov’s works function as if they expose our deepest thoughts and illogical fantasies.

The relationships and interactions between society and its subjects are here perverted, while our task as spectators, is to explore how these alterations can affect our perception and interpretation of the world. The artist’s irony intertwines with his clever metaphors, allowing us to understand that through his work, Gligorov is exaggerating, to simply prove his point.

 

 

Greetings

Greetings

2006_stars-watcher

Stars watcher

Pistorius

Pistorius

2006_fisheye

Fish eye

Study for A plate full of coltan

Study for A plate full of coltan

2006_kikka

Kikka

TEOH

TEOH

2006_divina

Divina

VERNES

VERNES

2009_flag_china

Untitled

The perfect day

 The perfect day

2006_ash_gash

Ash gash

2009_dura_madre

Dura Madre

Unfaithful

Unfaithful

2006_ghost

Ghost

 

 

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