Sandra Vucicevic
Medium: Painting

Studio Location:
Studio 34 - Studio# 409
34-01 38th Avenue

Phone: (646) 645 -9583



Artist Bio:
Sandra Vucicevic is a Serbian multidisciplinary artist based in New York. She holds a B.A. in Studio Art (Painting) from Hunter College, and a law degree from University of Belgrade, Serbia.

Sandra Vucicevic's art practice is mainly focused on painting, particularly a large body of abstract paintings that are inspired by inter-connectedness of dreams and Reality. She paints an imaginary space between the Known and the Unknown using variety of colors and textures that collide and shift into one another. By mixing different media and techniques she portrays her perception of the complex and ambiguous nature of the Real.

Sandra Vucicevic's art has been in many exhibitions and can be found in private and public collections in the United States and abroad. Her early poetry and drawings were published in The Gate (Kapija), in 1995. Besides painting, her work also includes conceptual projects in the field of Relational Aesthetics, which embraces audience participation. In 2013, she received a Queens Art Council grant for her multi-dimensional performance "Brush-Votes - Creating the Creator". In 2015, her project "You Are What You Eat" was chosen to represent Serbia at the World Expo in Milan, Italy. Most recently, she won 2019 and 2018 SU CASA awards funded by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, NYC Department of Aging, in partnership with the NYC Council and the Materials for the Arts.

Artist Statement:
I mix and fuse contrasting elements, visual languages, media, and techniques in order to portray my perception of the complex and multilayered nature of Reality. In my creations realities overlap, opposites unify, and the borderlines disappear. In this sense, the "in-betweenness," transition, and ambiguity represent the main concepts of my work.

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