O3one Art Space | Marija Anicic | Girls Talk (A LOT)
With the series of drawings and watercolors Girls Talk (a Lot), Marija Aničić deals with the topics of women’s view of the world and the place of women in modern society.
By focusing on the relationship of the individual woman to femininity and society, the artist distances herself from political feminism and considers the issue of women from an experiential and psychological point of view.
Marija Anicic, graduated in undergraduate and master studies at the Department of Wall Painting, Faculty of Applied Arts, University of Arts in Belgrade.
He is professionally engaged in photography, drawing and painting. Member of ULUPUDS. She has exhibited in several group exhibitions. This is her third solo exhibition.
O3ONE gallery was founded in 2004 with the idea to present current artistic practices, which encroach on the space not only of art and culture, but also science, technology and environmental protection. Through numerous art exhibitions and multidisciplinary projects initiated by it, the O3ONE gallery provides answers to the challenges that new technologies and funding models impose on contemporary cultural production. Choosing a different approach from existing standard models, the O3ONE gallery provides a communicative platform within which artistic content becomes available to the widest circle of people. The O3ONE project is an independent multimedia art project of the interactive type, whose main goal is to encourage creativity and a culture of diversity, through innovative cultural productions. Invention, communication and innovation are the imperatives of a project that is constantly developing a willingness to accept the new and different. O3ONE gallery strives to present the contemporary art scene, to give a new invention and significance to local art production and to contribute to the realization and improvement of the exchange of ideas and information with art centers in the world. By positioning contemporary art and culture within different social groups, this project contributes to a better understanding and contacts with a wider audience, where all together, authors working in the field of culture and audience, in an open dialogue, form an inseparable whole.