Photography, Fine Art, Wet Plate Collodion, Alternative photography

Exhibition of Marko Jakše in Škuc gallery

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_mg_6077_borut_peterlin.jpg_mg_6064_borut_peterlin.jpg_mg_6084_borut_peterlin.jpg_mg_6080_borut_peterlin.jpg_mg_6102_borut_peterlin.jpg After finishing new issue of Mladina I was tired as a dog, but I didn’t want to miss an exhibition opening of Marko Jakše in Škuc gallery. I missed an opening for three hours, but still gallery was full and the mood was great (as allways). What I love with Marko Jakše is that he lives his art and without a compromise he follows it passionately – desperately and in this pursued he’s leaving a footsteps in a form of painting, as a note “I was here“.

I let in the flow of exhibition, picked up my camera and made few portraits of visitors. Pictures:

1) Alenka, art director of ŠKUC
2) Ivian Mujezinović, graphic designer of Mladina
3) Dejan Sluga, kurator of Photon gallery
4) Hujin Wang, an artist
5) Leon close friend of Marko Jakše who’s always barefooted.
Others are uknown. If you know their name, please leave a comment.


Written by Borut Peterlin

23 March, 2007 at 09:26

Posted in Art, exhibition

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  1. Absolutely fantastic. His style reminds me very much of someone but I can’t put my finger on it…

    Michael M.

    24 March, 2007 at 09:30

  2. Yes, that’s the secret of art, regardless of the form. Story, the language and it’s form is still within the reach of viewers understanding and yet it takes you far away, stretching the limits of your experience. I mean I don’t even bother to ask the empiric question “What does it mean?” because every work and the whole gallery is resonating a huge specter of feelings.



    24 March, 2007 at 09:54

  3. duh, it’s the famous emulgator. what kind of a journalist are you?


    24 April, 2007 at 13:15

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