The artists Ana Kapor and Vladimir Pajevic create artworks, that build within the immense sea of contemporary art a unique, even lonely island.
The artist's oeuvre show highest respect for the academical rules of composition and arrangement. They both follow uniquely the art of the past epoques. With captivating implicitness, Ana Kapor is in line with the painting of the Italian Quattrocento. Vladimir Pajevic adopted with vital energy the manner of painting of the 19th century. Thus the aesthetic form of expression of the two artists is as different as their personalities. It seems as if the two oeuvres would underline the mental polarity of the male and the female or of the Dionysian and the Appolonian. The depiction of landscapes is always technically virtuosic and realised with outsized proximity to nature. A place, that is more than any other connected to the image of longing, silence, transience, is the garden. Thus the garden as a main motive is an evident link between the artistic work of Ana Kapor and Vladimir Pajevic. See the invitation here