Opening of the exhibition Grey Field of Saša Živković will be held on Thursday, August 1 at 8 pm at the Bačva Gallery (Home of HDLU) in Zagreb. The exhibition will remain open until August 25, 2019.
Saša Živković was born in Koprivnica in 1970. He graduated on the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb in the class of Professor Zlatko Keser and is currently employed at the Department for Teacher Education and Educators in Zadar. Living, working on the cross between Križevci, Gospić and Zadar. So far, he has had numerous solo and group exhibitions mostly in Croatia.
“Saša Živković (1970) creates an enchanted circle through the dialectics of creation, permanent space-time change of the continuum of optical illusion based on grey and white polarities. The circle is an expanded dot and the sphere, which is how Plato saw the human soul, is an expanded circle. This is analogous to the circularity of the cosmos in which nothing stands still, everything moves. Just like the relationship between negative and positive image, where one is reflected in the other, with the final materialization between the matrix built from sand and a contrasting background Saša spreads achromatic grey in dual tones which acts both as the link and the dividing line – the third part of the essence of the black and white illusion (…)” said Željko Marciuš in the exhibition’s preface.
Working hours of the exhibition:
Wednesday – Friday: 11 am – 7 pm
Saturday and Sunday 10 am – 6 pm
Mondays, Tuesdays and holidays (August 15, 2019) closed.