Speed Painting, 2010

Speed Painting, 2010
Acrylic on canvas
195 x 130 cm
Art History Version D, 2011

Art History Version D, 2011
lithography
75x105.5cm
Newton shot C, 2013

Newton shot C, 2013
The Newton Project
Acrylic, laser cut, digital print on aluminium
36 x 46 cm
Mindscape 5, 2013

Mindscape 5, 2013
The Newton Project
Ink on aquarelle paper
diam : 50 cm
Newton quotes, Earth, 2015

Newton quotes, Earth, 2015
The Newton Project
Impression digitale sur aluminium et résine
diam : 50 cm
Newton quotes, Violence, 2014

Newton quotes, Violence, 2014
The Newton Project
Digital print on aluminium and resine
diam : 50 cm
Newton Mirror 2, 2014

Newton Mirror 2, 2014
The Newton Project
Dipytch, Digital print on aluminium
60 x 100 cm

The work of Serbian/French artist Vuk Vidor, centres around a double sided fascination of the absence of historical conscience in the modern world. This is an absence that leads to strange reinventions of dead mythology. In his grand project American quartet the superhero Captain America is depicted as a resurrected Atlas, that no longer can bear the weight of the American dream and as a crucified Jesus on the shareholders cross. In another series, vulgar pornography is transformed into classical abstraction by a simple computer-filter. With his double background in both the eastern Serbia and the western France, Vuk Vidors work puts its finger on many of the tensions in the European civilization - both here in Europe and in America. The modern, expressed in Vuk Vidors classic pop art style, contrasted with the weight of history, expressed in the monumental barock compositions of the works.

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