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Radenko Milak, Water - (Series University of Disaster), 2017

Radenko Milak, Water - (Series University of Disaster), 2017

Radenko Milak, Water - (Series University of Disaster), 2017Radenko Milak,  Air - (SeriesUniversity of Disaster), 2017Radenko Milak, From the far side of the moon 2, 2017Radenko Milak, From the far side of the moon, 2017Radenko Milak, Chernobyl (University of Disaster), 2016Radenko Milak, Hiroshima (University of Disaster), 2016Radenko Milak, Trial (1955), 2016Radenko Milak, Earth vs. the Flying Saucers (1956), 2015Radenko Milak, Endless Movie, Heroic Purgatory (1970), 2015Radenko Milak, Metropolis (1927), 2015Radenko Milak, Planet of the Apes (1968), 2015Radenko Milak, Things to Come (1936), 2015Radenko Milak, Stardust Memories (1980), 2015Radenko Milak, Journey to Italy (1954), 2015Radenko Milak, La Signora senza camelie (1953), 2014

Radenko Milak

Born in 1980 in Travnik in Yugoslavia
Lives in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Radenko Milak is a complete artist who questions the imaginary potential of images, and conceives his paintings as installations that confront the real and fictitious power of images, their interpretations and readings, their status within our visually saturated society, as well as the standards of representation of reality. Radenko Milak opens our eyes through revealing the aesthetic potentiality held in each image, as well as their haunting ghosts. His work is a visual echo to the continuous stream of images seen as deceiving reflections of the world’s visual archive. […]

At the age non only of their mechanical reproducibility, but of their immediate and constant access, images are looking at us even though we do not notice. In addition to capturing the image of Time, Radenko Milak also sought to grasp the image of Movement; drawing on the world repertoire of cinema and images he interconnects through his brilliant watercolor technique, as well as through animation. Radenko Milak created a mental image of cinema through a series of artworks inspired by iconic directors like Hitchcock, Godard, Bergman, Antonioni, Welles, Kalatozov, Laughton, and Tarkovski.

Christopher Yggdre

Milak, Radenko. 365.

Milak, Radenko. 365.

Milak Radenko


ISBN-10 : 3863356411 / ISBN-13 : 978-3863356415



Radenko Milak / Adela Jusić / Ahlam Shibli / Alfredo Jaar / bureau d’études / Hans-Peter Feldmann / Harun Farocki / Jasmila Zbanic / John Smith / Langlands & Bell / Monika Huber / Nin Brudermann / Omer Fast / Roy Samaha / Sean Snyder / Thomas Ruff / Thomson & Craighead / Trevor Paglen / Wilhelm Sasnal

Patrizia Dander, Julienne Lorz



    Expo in the city, January 2018