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Vuk Vidor Mash #33, 2009

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Vuk Vidor, Mash #33
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About the work
  • Medium

    Fine Art Drawings : ink, Indian ink

  • Dimensions cm | inch

    59.1 x 43.3 inch

  • Support

    Fine Art Drawings on paper

  • Framing

    White wood frame

  • Artwork dimensions including frame

    61.4 x 45.7 inch

  • Type

    Unique work

  • Authenticity

    Artwork sold with an invoice from the gallery

  • Signature

    Hand-signed by artist

  • About the artwork

    Artwork sold in perfect condition

    The series of drawings “Mash” by Franco-Serbian artist Vuk Vidor is a continuation of the series entitled “Even Super Heroes Can't Save Us Now” initiated in 2007. Fascinated by the fall of all mythologies, it is inspired by images of the ancient Roman Empire to those of the American dream. Imbued with depth and loaded with iconographic references, the “Mash” are much more than simple graphic reinterpretations of American comics. These are allegories that point the finger at the failings and failings of our modern societies. Superheroes are required to sacrifice themselves in order to save Man from himself, the omnipresence of images referring us to religion thus transfiguring them into Christic characters and more generally into martyrs. Captain America, Batman, Daredevil, Aquaman and others find themselves confronted with apocalyptic messages: "The day the Earth explode!", "Some say the World will end in fire". The title chosen for this series of works on Mash paper is the English acronym for Mobile Army Surgery Hospital and also the title of Robert Altman's 1970 film, a satirical comedy in the context of the Korean War. We also find in several of these drawings helicopters characteristic of this period, flying over not the battlefield but the chaos that reigns over the entire sheet.
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Vuk Vidor

Serbia Born in: 1965
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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