Nikola Mihajlović – Kori
„Archetype landscape“

3,250.00 RSD

Created art, piece by piece by Nikola Mihajlović, muralist, painter and architect who is drawing inspiration mostly from relations in nature. With an abstract approach, he is trying to break the code of the visible, material world.

Each artwork has its own place and a story to tell. Take this piece and enjoy it in your home, for a lovely memory, a short conversation or a special story that will stay with you for a lifetime.

– 234 piece puzzle
– Completed puzzle size: 32.5 x 45 cm
– Box size: 20 x 4.5 x 25 cm
– Leaflet with story about artist and artwork
– Cotton bag

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About the artist Nikola Mihajlović – Kori

Nikola Mihajlović, born in Belgrade in 1986. earned the title of Master of Architecture in 2011. at the Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade. He’s been actively involved in artistic creation since 2008. in the form of street art and later in the studio painting. Winner of the first prize at the national art competition Voyage Bleu. In addition to several independent shows, such as solo exhibitions in Espace Temoin in Geneva and Bioskop Balkan in Belgrade, he participated in numerous collective exhibitions and street art festivals throughout Europe and partly in Asia. Currently lives and works in Belgrade, Serbia.

„I embraced the urge to simplify inner being, and started using simplification method in pursue of awareness of myself and the surrounding reality. Abstract thinking and then language are the tools that lead you towards the essence of mere existence and universal truth. I draw my inspiration mostly from relations in nature, and with an abstract approach, I’m trying to break the code of the visible, material world. Of course, there is always an emotion that leaves a beautiful, unique mark at the end.“

About the “Archetype landscape”

Memories are dynamic, emotional images, deformed over time by subsequent experiences and events. On the border of the real and the imaginary, they bring us back through space-time to the dimensions of feelings and meta-landscapes, which again awaken familiar experiences in us. Therefore, intuitive memory is perhaps the purest, which comes to us spontaneously and seeks its expression through the art form. Woven from fragments of past experiences, it becomes an archetype of one category of memories and its unifying image.