Kosta Bogdanović
''All the more, the “small format painting” today represents a kind of “brave ant” that can carry a burden a few times larger that it’s whole body.''
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Miško Pavlović
''Painting is interested in the world of nature and the world of imagination, in representative and non representative art under condition that the elements of a painting are subjected to the law of naturalization. What does that mean? A painting can, as county-state, appropriate forms from nature and in accordance with its own laws adopt them. In the legal language NATURALIZATION means to give a foreigner certain benefits that the citizens who are born in that country already have as their birth right. Of course it is necessary to know whether the foreigner can be assimilated or not. The situation is the same in painting.''
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Jelena Krivokapić
''Using a witty interpretation and the artist’s self-irony these paintings-mutants are the participants and subjects of unexpected turn of events, historical intrigues or just a result of a meditation on the topic of modernist images (of the world) and its confusing travesty that they can not and do not wish to influence. ....''
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Đile Marković
''Differing from her comrades from LINIJA EX, painting group that hit the stage in the middle of the eighties, Saranovic immediately demonstrated higher consciousness that cynicism wasn’t an argument that automatically guaranteed a good painting.''
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Nikola Šuica
''The fossils of events are found between the outer nature (for which the civilisation gives conventional methods for understanding) and the nature of personal intuitive presentiment. They are ruled by a process of individual determinism in suggestive game of this painting's obsession, satisfaction and revealing.''
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Zdravko Vučinić
''Aleksandra Šaranović perceives the painting as a plastic fact, stripped of all that is alien to its nature. To be faced with such a problem means to eliminate the connection with the world of subjects and the possible symbolic component that directs one to the source of inspiration connected to the phenomenological world. It was a process that was not achieved easily and quickly. ''
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Dejan Sretenović
''She develops a world of faces in which the structure of expressive colorist relations and roughly sketched features remind us of their African prototypes but at the same time it has authentic qualities that reveal a sensitivity orientated towards the simple and expressive, as well as, the mysterious and magical.''
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