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Big money Print - Limited Edition of 20

Veljko Zejak


Printmaking, Ceramic on Aluminium

Size: 77.9 W x 34.3 H x 2 D in

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The big money, which destroys itself - print of 100 american dollars, made in graphics-technique in clay, I made a print in fresh clay, during the the process of drying and burning the dollar cracked, like the desert-soil. For this work Veljko Zejak received grand prix, first award at the International Triennial of Ceramic Art UNICUM Slovenia. Work is published in many publications and art magazines, such as Neue Keramik. Edition 2/50

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Printmaking:Ceramic on Aluminium

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:20

Size:77.9 W x 34.3 H x 2 D in

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Veljko Zejak (1980) makes sculptures in different materials and techniques and uses other media like printmaking, video and sound. Since 2001 he develop inovative technique of printing in clay. His art work is characterized by relation to social tensions and social responsibility. He develops collaborative projects,often insisting on working with vulnerable groups.Veljko lives and work in Ljubljana and Belgrade. For his work he has received numerous awards and grants.

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