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Marko Gavrilovic

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Marko Gavrilovic
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Marko Gavrilovic was born in 1975 Belgrade, Serbia where he graduated at the Academy of Applied Arts and Design in 2001. Along with prominent names of Serbian watercolor art, he was invited to make a piece that celebrates 800 years from the founding of Monastery Hilandar, on the Holly Mountain in Greece. International exhibition “ Journey to the Mountain ” was a great success and became a part of permanent collection of city Kareja. In the years that followed, he practiced acrylics, sculpture, design, illustration and drawing. Notus Light studio was founded in 2002, where in cooperation with his team, Gavrilovic created more than 200 light – designed pieces during the years. His specialties are plastic sculptural lighting forms, which ultimately led him to the point where Art and Design cross their paths. He is a member of Association of Applied Arts Artists and Designers of Serbia and received prize in 2013 for 60 years of founding ULUPUDS for best in show exhibition. His artworks are in many private collections throughout the World. Gavrilovic represented Serbia at the International Global 2010 Fine Art Exhibition for the FIFA World Cup, art event dedicated to lovers of art and sport. One man show: 2014 - Enlightened city - paintings & drawings, Consulate General of The Republic of Serbia in New York 2013 - Present & Future - Drawings, Cultural Center Grocka, Belgrade 2012 - Lineament of time, paintings, drawings, sculptures, Gallery Dunav Insurance, Belgrade, May 2012 - Parts of light, sculptures, Cultural Center Grocka, Belgrade 2012 - Genesis Lighting sculptures and paintings, Gallery SKC, Belgrade, April 2012 - 12 rooms 12 sculptors, Residency of King Petar I, Belgrade 2012 - “Inside”, Lighting sculptures and drawings, Gallery Singidunum, Belgrade 2012 - Lines in motion, sculpture, Gallery Vladislav Marzik, Kraljevo 2002 - Gallery Hermes, 2002g. Zemun 2001 - Gallery SKC Kragujevac, Kragujevac 2001 - Blue boy, Dom Omladine, Belgrade