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The core of this work is constructed around a specific concept of a self-portrait, more specifically the body of the artist, processed in serial printing on various surfaces (enamel surfaces, (cotton cloth, Plexiglas, paper, wood, glass and ceramic tiles) in identical horizontal positions that reintegrate the different experiences of working in different printmaking media and the ritual daily life that seek to establish a new balanced relation between the concept and the practice of the (im)print, touch and
contact.
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The core of this work is constructed around a specific concept of a self-portrait, more specifically the body of the artist, processed in serial printing on various surfaces (enamel surfaces, (cotton cloth, Plexiglas, paper, wood, glass and ceramic tiles) in identical horizontal positions that reintegrate the different experiences of working in different printmaking media and the ritual daily life that seek to establish a new balanced relation between the concept and the practice of the (im)print, touch and
contact.
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The core of this work is constructed around a specific concept of a self-portrait, more specifically the body of the artist, processed in serial printing on various surfaces (enamel surfaces, (cotton cloth, Plexiglas, paper, wood, glass and ceramic tiles) in identical horizontal positions that reintegrate the different experiences of working in different printmaking media and the ritual daily life that seek to establish a new balanced relation between the concept and the practice of the (im)print, touch and
contact.
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The core of this work is constructed around a specific concept of a self-portrait, more specifically the body of the artist, processed in serial printing on various surfaces (enamel surfaces, (cotton cloth, Plexiglas, paper, wood, glass and ceramic tiles) in identical horizontal positions that reintegrate the different experiences of working in different printmaking media and the ritual daily life that seek to establish a new balanced relation between the concept and the practice of the (im)print, touch and
contact.
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Bath 3 - Limited Edition 2 of 20 Photograph

Maya Simic

Serbia

Photography, Digital on Paper

Size: 24.8 W x 39.4 H x 0.1 D in

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... The core of this work is constructed around a specific concept of a self-portrait, more specifically the body of the artist, processed in serial printing on various surfaces (enamel surfaces, (cotton cloth, Plexiglas, paper, wood, glass and ceramic tiles) in identical horizontal positions that reintegrate the different experiences of working in different printmaking media and the ritual daily life that seek to establish a new balanced relation between the concept and the practice of the (im)print, touch and contact. ...

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Photography Print:Digital on Paper

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:1

Size:24.8 W x 39.4 H x 0.1 D in

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Maya Simic is a Belgrade-based visual artist and Assistant Professor at the Printmaking department of the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad. She has been creating intermedia works of printmaking, photography and video art since the late nineties. Maya graduated in 2002, received her Magistra of Arts degree in 2005 and her PhD in 2020 at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade. Since 2001, she has exhibited internationally at 13 solo and more than 150 group exhibitions across Europe, the USA, China and South Korea. Her work has been awarded the Spring Exhibition Award of the Association of Visual Artists of Serbia (2021, Belgrade), the Big Seal Award of the Graphic Collective (Belgrade, 2015), the Contraste Award at the 1st International Digital Printmaking Triennial (Fribourg, Switzerland, 2014), the 3rd Prize at the XX Ex-Yu Printmaking Competition (Belgrade, 2016), the 2nd Prize at the 3rd International Printmaking Salon (Kraljevo, 2015), the Ministry of Culture Award for Small Prints in 2004 and 2012, the Printmaking Award Djordje Andrejevic Kun (Belgrade, 2001-2002), the Faculty of Fine Arts Award for Printmaking (Belgrade, 2000-2001), the 3rd Prize at the International Competition for the French Cultural Centre in Belgrade Ex Libris (Belgrade, 2001), etc. Maya received a Grant from the Royal House Karadjordjevic Fund in 2001 and grants from the Secretariat for Culture of the City of Belgrade in 2003 and the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Serbia in 2014, 2015, 2016, 2018 and 2021. She is a member of the Association of Visual Artists of Serbia (ULUS) and the Graphic Collective. Artist’s Statement My works are illustrations of the anxiety that arises in the moments trapped between life's realities and creative impulses; therefore, quite often they appear as ambivalent projections of the real and the impossible. My cardinal questions are – why is my life the way it is, what do I feel, what moves me, and what does it look like? I create self-reflective dialogues between the inner and the outer, the soul and the body, which in my work serves as a medium/transmitter of meaning in different states of life – the mastering of the processes of growing up and maturing, motherhood, ageing etc. Although my works are autobiographical “imprints of the soul”, images of self/knowledge and self/disclosure, they surpass the personal level of meaning and become a metaphor for the problems and challenges, which women in general face and live with.

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