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Vuk Vidor, Mash #33

Vuk Vidor Mash #33, 2009

View in a room Drawing 59.1 x 43.3 inch Unique artwork

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Vuk Vidor, Mash #33
Description
  • Offered by the gallery

    Mazel Galerie
    Brussels - Belgium

  • Authenticity

    Artwork sold with an invoice from the gallery

  • Signature

    Hand-signed by artist

  • Medium

    Drawing : ink, Indian ink

  • Themes

    Street art

  • Support

    Drawing on paper

  • Type

    Unique work

  • Dimensions cm | inch

    59.1 x 43.3 inch

  • Framing

    White wood frame

  • Artwork dimensions including frame

    61.4 x 45.7 inch

  • Collector’s Guide

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  • About the artwork

    La série de dessins « Mash » de l’artiste franco-­serbe Vuk Vidor s’inscrit dans la continuité de la série intitulée « Even Super Heroes Can't Save Us Now » initiée en 2007. Fasciné par la chute de toutes les mythologies, il s’inspire des images de l'ancien empire romain jusqu'à celles du rêve américain. Empreints de profondeur et chargés de références iconographiques les « Mash » sont bien plus que de simples réinterprétations graphiques de la bande dessinée américaine.

    Ce sont des allégories qui pointent le doigt sur les défaillances et les travers de nos sociétés modernes. Les super héros sont tenus de se sacrifier afin de sauver l’Homme de lui-même, l’omniprésence d’images nous renvoyant à la religion les transfigurant ainsi en personnages christiques et plus généralement en martyrs. Captain America, Batman, Daredevil, Aquaman et d’autres se trouvent confrontés à des messages apocalyptiques : « The day the Earth explode !», « Some say the Worldwill end in fire ».

    Le titre choisi pour cette série d’oeuvres sur papier Mash, est l’acronyme anglais de Mobile Army Surgery Hospital et également le titre du film de Robert Altman réalisé en 1970, comédie satirique dans le cadre de la Guerre de Corée. On retrouve d’ailleurs dans plusieurs de ces dessins des hélicoptères caractéristiques de cette époque, survolant non pas le champ de bataille mais le chaos qui règne sur l’ensemble de la feuille

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Vuk Vidor

Born in: 1965

Serbia

Vuk Vidor was born in Belgrade, Serbia in 1964. He currently lives and works in Paris. Vidor graduated the architecture school in Paris and has been the director at the Serbian cultural center in Paris since 2011.

Vuk Vidor the Serbian/French artist combines modern art with pop art, therefore contrasting time periods.

Vuk Vidor's work revolves around the dual fascination for the absence of historic awareness in the modern world. This absence leads him to recreate mythology. With a Serbian and French background, Vidor points out the tensions in the European and American civilization.

"One can't describe Vuk Vidor's work: diversified and amazing, but mysterious at times. It still is painting. His aim isn't to please because his work is very personal (several patterns are linked to the artist's intimate life), but also a painting battle before anything else" wrote Jean-Luc Chalumeau about the artist.

He has done several exhibitions abroad but also taken part in fairs and major galleries.
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