Broken Mirrors, Exhibition Curated by Culturally Art Collective

Proud to announce that my work got exhibited in 360-Degree 3D user navigational art exibition in Milostka center for exhibitions by @culturallyarts.

Check full exhibition here: https://www.culturallyarts.com/art-collections-brokenmirrors

Phantom Dancer

Broken Mirrors provide a chance for the audience to self-reflect and view the brokenness inside them as a form of redirection instead of incurable damage. Though the frequently surrounding environment has caused many to have shattered hopes and beliefs, the exhibition encourages the audience to stay true to their inner voice. The exhibition will be a motivational experience for the viewers to find the courage within themselves to face their inner demons. The feeling “Broken Mirrors” can invoke applies to everyone especially professionals who have frequently looked over the pain they have experienced and could not find a way to address them

Author: Marko Milić

Marko Milić was born in Nova Gradiška, Croatia in 1998. There, he also finished his high school education. Marko’s interest in art appeared while working with his father, a sculptor. That is when he chose his career path would be an artistic one. Pushing himself into the unknown, he opened a company in 2019, at the age of 20, dedicated to creating a functional sculptures inspired by the love for nature, Logniture. In order of promoting company work and the necessity for high-quality images, investment in a quality digital camera was required. Quickly after picking it up, Marko has shown interest and fell in love with the photographic medium itself, learned everything about technicalities, and dove into exploring the unknown. He started with product photography, moved on to simple captures of his dogs playing, to long-exposure night photography, astrophotography, and macro photography, which led him to engage in exploring the endless possibilities of abstract photography. Marko already counts few publications and multiple international exhibitions across the Europe, some of them were held in Amsterdam, Rome, Berlin, Athena & Stockholm.

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