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Stanisavljević Milan


Stanisavljević Milan (Serbia)

  Stanisavljević Milan - Bird   He was born in Jabučje near Valjevo in 1944. He began to do sculpture in 1960. He resides in Belgrade, Serbia. He had his first exhibition in 1964. He does his sculptures in century-old oak wood taken directly from the peat-bog in the river Kolubara. Nature is a true master of Stanisavljević’s sculptures: the effect of sun, wind and water on the wood associates his forms. That is why his figures radiate with eternity and infinity.
He had solo and group exhibitions in the country and abroad and participated in important international events, where he received numerous awards and recognitions among which the most significant are; Silver Medal at International Exhibitions of Contemporary Art in Rome, 1969, First Prize on International Exhibition Naivi 73, Zagreb, Grand Prix of the Biennial, MNMA, Jagodina 1989 and 1999, Grand Prix at the World Triennial on Naïve and Marginal Art in Bratislava in 2000.


Oto Bihalji-Merin, Snovi i traume u drvetu, Beograd,1962
M. Bošković; M. Maširević, Samouki likovni umetnici u Srbiji, Torino,1977
Oto Bihalji-Merin; Nebojša Bato Tomašević, Enciklopedija naivne umetnosti sveta, Beograd, 1984
N. Krstić, Naivna umetnost Srbije, SANU, Jagodina, 2003
N. Krstić, Naivna i marginalna umetnost Srbije, MNMU, Kragujevac, 2007
Lj. Kojić, Dragutin Aleksić, monografija, MNMU, Kragujevac, 2007
N. Krstić, Histoire de Voire, Dragutin Aleksić,katalog, Pariz, 2012. Dragiša Stanisavljević
N. Krstić, Outsiders, katalog, MNMU, Kragujevac, 2013.
  Bird, 1996, wood, height 53.5cm  
Stanisavljević Milan - Gipsy Nikolija Stanisavljević Milan - All the Same Stanisavljević Milan - Young Eagle Stanisavljević Milan - Bird Stanisavljević Milan - Three-headed
Gipsy Nikolija, n. d,

height 77cm

All the Same, 1975,

height 106cm

Young Eagle, 1988,

height 126cm

Bird, 1996,
height 53.5cm
Three-headed, 2000,

height 153cm

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