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Dragan Ilic Di Vogo (Serbian painter, 1962)

"Boundaries of art have no shape, colour and smell; therefore, even if they existed, we would not be able to know that we have stepped on them. If you seek art, you may find it in everything around you. Mainly in style, since man is style. I find the man to be the most perfect work of art, shaped and painted by the Creator himself.
The art is always one and the same, though it may be more or less present at a particular moment and in particular place. The art does not progress or regress, it only goes through transformations. The consciousness about art does not progress either, although we wish it would. The need for art does not grow or decrease.
Thanks to God, art is constant, while we are the ones who change, appear and disappear. Cheers!" - Dragan Ilic Di Vogo.

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Stojan Milanov, 1963

Stojan Milanov was born in Belgrade, Serbia.
He has been a professional painter since 1985, and member of ULUPUDS since 2005, freelance artist.
His themes are human figure and urban landscape, technique oil on canvas.
Graduated from the University of Architecture in Belgrade.
He has participated in many collective exhibitions and art meetings.
In 2005, Milanov was awarded🎨 "Artist of the Year" by Simic Galleries, California.

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Endre Penovác, 1956 | Watercolor painter

Serbian painter Endre Penovác was born in Tornjoš. He finished Academy of fine arts in Novi Sad. He works as an independent artist.
He started to display in 1981, and since that time, he make group or independent exhibits in country and abroad, Croatia, Germany, France, Hungary, Bosnia. Endre Penovác lives in Bačka Topola.
He lives in Bačka Topola.

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Vladimir Dunjic 1957 | Serbia

Vladimir Dunjic was born in Cacak in 1957. He graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts in the class of Professor Mladen Srbinovic in 1981. He has been a member of ULUS, the Serbian Association of Fine Arts, since 1982. He has also taken part in several solo and group exibitions, both in Yugoslavia and abroad. He works and lives as a free lance artist in Belgrade.