Gallery 1250 | Iva Brkic & Miona Stefanovic | Clay Contrast
Through two mini exhibitions in the Gallery 1250 combined under the name Clay contrast, two artists, Iva Brkic and Miona Stefanović, will present their works to us.
Clay contrast shows two approaches to sculpture. Black and white, color and monochrome, expressive and subtle. Miona’s sculptures, accompanied by a video projection as an integral part of the exhibition, are made of black clay, with pastoral, coloristic painting elements. Characteristic organic forms, reminiscent of the mysterious underwater world, placed so as to communicate with each other, forming a striking visual whole.
On the other hand, Iva’s works made of paper porcelain, with light and pastel tones are a complete contrast to the other part of the setting.
Subtle textures and thin forms are in the foreground here. Organic forms are evident, but from a different approach. Although from different creative stages, seemingly diverse motives, these works are connected by an intimate story that is easy to read. In addition to the two mini-exhibitions in Gallery 1250, you can also see ceramics from the permanent but dynamic offer of the six founding artists. It is a unique wide range of handmade ceramics.
Gallery1250 is a brand, association of artists and ceramics art gallery. Founders and active artists behind the name Gallery1250 are: Iva Brkić, Ivana Špoljarić, Miona Stefanović, Bojana Jokmanović, Marija Seman i Igor Stangliczky, all graduated at the faculty of applied arts in Belgrade.