Ana Krstić

We don’t know what it is, but it is certainly not what you think it is, 2013, sculpture, metal, paper,  565 x 310 x 400 cm

 

This work in the formal sense relies on the experience of minimalist art. Excessive dimensions of the object in the gallery space do not allow it to be looked at in its entirety … Ana Krstić is trying to speak about the class differences, the right to decide what is and what is not, and what is wider, what is or what is not a reality, …

 

Ana Krstić (1978) graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade. Since 2006, she has exhibited at solo and group exhibitions in our country and abroad. In her work, she is trying to raise awareness about the importance and function of art in society and the position of the artist in a broader social context.

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