Transformation BELGRADE - BUCHAREST Project ExhibitionPredrag Popara, alături de Șerban Dimitrie Sturdza, va invita la vernisajul expoziției “Transformation”, marți 9 decembrie 2014, orele 20:30, în Calea Victoriei 87-89, (vizavi de “Green Hours” și “Tribute”).

Curatorul si autorul expozitiei, pictorul sarb Predrag Popara, a selectat un  numar de artisti ale caror lucrari, pictura, desen, fotografie, fac parte din acest al doilea episod al proiectului itinerant “Transformation”.
Prima actiune s-a desfasurat la Belgrad, la Galeria Heritage House, a.c.

“TRANSFORMATION”
BELGRADE – BUCHAREST

9TH DECEMBER 2014 – 9TH JANUARY 2015


GIANCARLO CERAUDO
ROBERTO CODA ZABETTA
KENNETH BLOM*
ALESSIO MAXIMILIAM SCHRODER
PREDRAG POPARA
MATE DJORDJEVIC
VUC VUCKOVIC
BOGDAN VLADUTA

The artistic project “Transformations“ started as an initiative focusing on gathering of international artists from Europe and Serbia. Its aim is to engage a young artistic scene of Western and Eastern Europe in a common exchange of experiences and artistic practices whith the purpose to educate and to promote  contemporary art.  The project represents a continuation of collaboration between national author Predrag Popara and Italian painter Roberto Coda Zabetta who made the first important steps towards an approach between Italian modern art and Serbian contemporary scene.

These authors are also the founders of the Artistic Association “Funnel“, a sort of a platform  which aims to offer exchange of experiences and to develop a collaboration between our surrounding countries, with a common purpose to contribute to the development of a new and more dynamic exchange of ideas in the area of contemporary art nowadays.

The project “Transformations“ analyzes a specific phenomenon of agression that – being present in mass-media – becomes everyday life of a contemporary human being. Shifting borders of tollerance,  it assumes a form of normality which tends to be accepted without any moral judgments. That phenomenon of society transformation and changing of its moral codex infallibly brings changes that normally affect two directions.

Firstly, the agression stimulates creation and desire towards a progress, but on the other hand it paralyzes the senses, creating even more agression, with no chance of returning back. Therefore, a transformation is also a response to survive at any cost, regardless the fact that humanity, a principal human feature, ceases to exist.

Therefore, we could consider an agression as a sort of supreme work of art, that leads a contemporary world both towards progress and self-destruction.

Predrag Popara