- Култура и традиција
Mon, 07/05/2010 - 17:03
Serafimovski comes from a village called Zubovtce, in the Gostivar area, a picturesque place at the foot of the snowy Shar Mountain; from there he has inherited his well-built body, his strong temperament and his persistence. His difficult childhood and the terrors of the Second World War impressed on his child`s mind unpleasant experiences and memories which would, later on, be transformed into a suggestive language of the art of sculpture. Serafimovski showed an inclination towards socially organized activities ever since his student days, but at the same time, he reacted creatively to immediate historical events such as the National Liberation War, then the liberation, the restoration and building of Yugoslavia, etc. Moreover, he is one of those artists who are able to establish an active dialogue with revolutionary events and personalities from the near and distant past of his own and other nations.
Wed, 06/30/2010 - 13:06
Petar Hadzi Boskov (born Skopje, 1 June 1928) is a Macedonian sculptor. He graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Ljubljana in 1953 as a disciple of the sculptors Boris Kalin (1905–75) and Zdenko Kalin (born 1911). On his return to Skopje he began to exhibit sculptures, prints and drawings conceived according to his mentors` poetic interpretation of French Expressionist sculpture.