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Zlatko Vasic was born in Tuzla, former Yugoslavia, 1963. From early days Vasic was interested to explore and study art techniques. 1978 he participated in the Groharjev Art Colony,Colony of Yugoslav Young Talents, and got the second prize. His first separate exhibition was opened by the famous Yugoslav artist Dragisa Trifkovic in 1981, Tuzla. Some of Vasics art works were donated to build the monument of Branislav Nusic, Yugoslav writer, in Belgrade. By the art exhibitions Vasic has made illustrations for novels of Radoje Domanovic, Behdzer Barsom, Lawrence F.Farrar, Maryana Pinchuk, etc. In 1991 he moved to Sweden where he continues to work and make exhibitions with his American friends Jim Pollock, Jim Mackay, Coco Gordon, etc.. New Masters Exhibition was one of Vasic success in New York, World Fine Art Gallery 1998. Art Magazine Diaspora wrote: The human body still represents an unexplored secret for the scientific world, making it an exciting challenge for Vasic, entagled bodies, grotesque gestures and impossible positions, life’s filth seasoned with people’s abstract thoughts leading nowhere, the sterility of a right-thinking society which produces everyday robots, the unavoidable disappearance of our own individuality a claustrophobic feeling despite open environment are only a bit of what Zlatko Vasic exploits in his art. Vasics art is a sensible message a methodical way to inspect artistic variety and examine the question of how far we we may go in art and how long art will prevail. In 2000, artist Jim Pollock, wrote in American News and The Gallery Channel about exhibiton The Last Waltz. The Last Waltz, River of Art, is unique because the exhibit itself is the work of art. According to one of the artists and organizers, Zlatko Vasic, the exhibit becomes the art, the independent artists organizing and participating become the media. As the exhibit flows from place to place and pieces are sold, new pieces and new artists are added. John T.Spike, art historian and critic Director of Biennale Internazionale Dell’Arte Contamporanea, Città di Firenze, Italia The third edition of the Biennale will be remembered as the first and largest exhibition in which artists from around the world have expressed their reactions to the tragic events of 9/11 in New York. The Biennale is being chosen to be included in the UN programme "A dialogue among civilization". Ex General Secretary of the United Nations Kofi Annan said in his speech: "I See ... dialogue as a chance for people of different cultures and traditions to get to know each other better, whether they live on opposite sides of the world or on the same street." This year's "Lorenzo il Magnifico" was a tribute to Marta Marzotto, the godmother of the Biennale. Sweden was again represented by two artists - Echi Åberg and Zlatko Vasic. In total, there were 559 artists from 44 different countries in the Biennale. SPECIAL EXHIBITION OF THE LANDSCAPE LITHOGRAPHS OF HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCE OF WALES... VIA FIRENZE SWEDEN - HISTORIA www.viafirenze.se

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Claustrophoby
Medium: pastel
Subject: life
Style: surrealism
Size: Width: 70 Height: 100 cms
Price: On request
Metamorphoses
Medium: pencil
Subject: life
Style: surrealism
Size: Width: 50 Height: 70 cms
Price: On request
 1-2 of 2 pieces.