Still blooming 2019

Still life is a common motive that carries a series of symbols and reflections in relation to the period of creation. The expression of still life in the English speaking field is a set of elements, natural and created by the human hand, which do not move. The work “Still Blooming”, is using a method of appropriation, refers to the artwork “Flowers in a Glass Vase, with Pomegranates, on a Marble Balustrade” by Rachel Ruysch, dating back to 1716. The picture shows a number of plants, fruit and animal elements.In a more detailed analysis of the picture, it is concluded that, in addition to the existing and very strong symbols referring to female potential and sensibility, it represents another symbolic way of giving birth to nature, since the plants presented begin to bloom in the early spring period, and they continue along the end of the summer. … Continue here

We are not only Us 2019

Project We Are not Only We” is a continuation of the previous practice regarding the experiment with the body, the materials and the archiving of the same. Objects for personal hygiene in the physiological and aesthetic sense are objects of human need. Using them, they become living elements (new bodies) that carry records and information from our body. Whether the body is transferred to another object and continues to live and evolve is one of the questions raised in relation to bodies and objects. Where does it arise and where does their connection at micro level appears and does it ever stop?

21,1 km // Photobook 2018

This project was developed in Bratislava,
while I was on my PhD exchange at
Academy of Fine Arts and Design. Through
my running routine i was searching for
a prefect place to do it.

This is dedicated to Železná studnička – green
complex area and all of the significant spots
which are located at a length of 21,1km
(place is also considered to be a half
marathon trace).

I had never reached the full lenght of route.


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Tijana Radenković


Born 1991. 2009 she enrolled in the Faculty of Fine arts, at the University of Arts, Belgrade, Serbia. Currently at PhD studies at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade, Serbia. 2017 – 2018 PhD Erasmus exchange, Academy of Fine Arts and Design, Bratislava, Slovakia // Intermedia department, profesor Ilona Németh, visiting teacher Boris Ondreička. 2014 – MA studies degree at Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Arts in Belgrade, Serbia.
Participated in several solo exhibitions in Serbia and abroad. Participated in many group exhibitions and projects in Serbia, Croatia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, France, Italy, Germany. Art works in the collections of many Serbian institutions. Her art works are in few art collections. Currently lives and works in Bratislava, Slovakia.

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