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Lidija Delić

artist  |  Lidija Delić

Belgrade

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Lidija Delić is a visual artist based in Belgrade. Working primarily in drawing and painting, over the course of the last five years, Lidija Delić developed a body of work using various formats and techniques. Fascinated by the notions of time and memory, Lidija looks into dreamlike dimensions and elusive forms of existence. The artist creates works that appear somewhat suspended in time, as if they come from some undefined ... Read more
Lidija Delić is a visual artist based in Belgrade.

Working primarily in drawing and painting, over the course of the last five years, Lidija Delić developed a body of work using various formats and techniques. Fascinated by the notions of time and memory, Lidija looks into dreamlike dimensions and elusive forms of existence.

The artist creates works that appear somewhat suspended in time, as if they come from some undefined past. Her drawings are both carefully pondered and simultaneously spontaneous, hinting at transitory movements and moments, often evoking familiar interiors, spaces, scenes or landscapes without ever explicitly stating them.

Drawing is for Lidija a way of looking, with non-discriminatory attentiveness, at things and dreamlike phenomena that don’t really come to stasis even in their finished state. The results are not just painterly moments – the drawings seem to embody, similar to film stills, a very cinematic way of looking at bodies or their details and gestures, situations and structures. Democratically discovered and noted scenes open up to the artist in their unexpected strength as the focal points of events, temporal and emotional flows. Read less
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