Dea Orh Gallery provides an excellent platform for promotion of emerging and established artists featuring artists Braco Dimitrijevic, Stefan Toth, Davorin Odic, Nenad Vlajcic, Jakub Spanhel and more.
Dea Orh Gallery is proud to present artworks by the renowned artist Braco Dimitrijevic, one of the pioneers of conceptual art. Had his first one-man exhibition at the age of 10. In 1963 he made his first conceptual work, The Flag of the World, in which he replaced a national flag with an alternative sign. It marked the beginning of his artistic interventions into urban landscapes.
Štefan Tóth is a conceptual artist primarily focusing on two artistic
strategies – Appropriation and Reinterpretation. He graduated from the
Academy of Fine Arts in Prague and I studied at the École Nationale
Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris under Christian Boltanski.
His work can be found in private and public collections worldwide, including the National Gallery in Prague, the National Gallery of Australia, and the Barceló Foundation in Spain. His paintings are also in the prestigious Yvon Lambert Collection in Avignon, France and were on display at the exhibition “I Believe in Miracles” in 2011.
He has received significant prizes such as the Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy
Award, Paris (2006) and the Barceló
Award, Mallorca (2005). In 2009.
He lives and works in Prague.
Nenad Vlajcic is an established Croatian artist, born in 1948, known for his reinterpretation of classical easel paintings and his exquisite grasp of the Renaissance style of painting. He has already exhibited numerous times both in Croatia and abroad and his masterful technique of painting is unparalleled. He has received international recognition for his masterful hand and is appreciated for his return to traditional painting.
Davorin Odic is a popular Croatian artist whose vivid paintings are mildly reminiscent of Impressionist works in their style. Parallels can be drawn between Odic and Claude Monet and other Impressionist painters in his subject matter and technique. Davorin Odic’s paintings are characterized by their depth, texture and movement. He works with a number of motif’s, the most notable being the sea, landscape paintings, and what he characterizes as the working man. His landscape paintings are full of vivid colors and employ his free technique of gestural painting and a studied use of impasto.