ARTIST DETAILS

PETAR MOSIC

SERBIA

“My paintings represent an artistic testimonial on the degradation and confusion of modern society, living with a sense that they can do anything and can do nothing. I also look at mechanisms of abuse. Meanings within works are multi-layered: from melancholic and naive to painful and dark. Names of paintings and drawings have been carefully chosen to give spectators framing for a full perception of the works. With my paintings I try to explain my positions to the public, but also to help other artists in creating their own artistic approach and strategy.”

ARTWORKS

Candy Bear N°0835

Mother's Love, feeling of safety

2016
90 x 120 cm
Oil on canvas

Holy Violence N°1026

Picture "Holy Violence" should point to the problem of woman's position in the world. Even today we have cases that woman are physically and mentally abused and they were forced to sufferfor the sake of higher goals. In some countries this is quite normal appearance and girls are prepared from an very early age to be obedient and that their only goal is to get married and tolerate mistreatment by their husbands.

2017
100 x 100 cm
Oil on canvas

Inferno N°0836

This painting is inspired by Dante's Divine Comedy and represents a young person who matures in agony and fear in the modern, cruel world. Love, feeling of safety

This painting represents a young person who matures in agony and fear in the modern and cruel world

Petar Mosic, Belgrade | Serbia

"Inferno"
2016
190 Cm x 140 Cm
Oil on canvas

Omen N°3027

"Omen" represents a tribute to the modern man who seeks salvation from the lethargy of the modern digital age.
Religion is one of the ways to escape from the harsh reality.

Therefore, this painting has a sacred moment and it is inspired by the Baroque religious art. painting is inspired by Dante's Divine Comedy and represents a young person who matures in agony and fear in the modern, cruel world. Love, feeling of safety

This picture represents a man in the moment of despair, looking at the sky, looking for salvation from God.
This image is inspired by Baroque art and therefore the details are taken from most frequently used scene in Baroque painting that represents a moment of repentance, despair and expectations. The focus is on the psychological moment and therefore the details in this image are reduced, with calming colours, showing a face of modern man without a clear indication of gender. Therefore, this image is called "Omen" because it is a phenomenon that often indicates the occurrence of the change. People in the ancient times believed that omens lie with a divine message from their gods.

Petar Mosic, Belgrade | Serbia

"Omen"
2017
200 Cm x 180 Cm
Oil on canvas

Venetian Mask N°1323

Boy with Venetian mask
This picture represents a Boy with Venetian mask.

Petar Mosic, Belgrade | Serbia
"Venetian Mask"
2018
140 cm x 190 cm
Oil on canvas

Below the Subtlety N°1432

Such a combination of old elements that evote a high stock and elegance with new combination of very classical elements from fine art, old masters with some modern fetish twist, details that point to the dark side of the personality of each of us should pay attention that is not everything nice and fine, as it seems to us at first view.

Petar Mosic, Belgrade | Serbia
"Below the Subtlety"
2019
150 cm x 100 cm
Oil on canvas

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