Last year I traveled to Prague and found quite interesting sculptured art made by David Cerny. This year I took the trip to Macedonian capital city. Skopje is known by thousands of sculptures and monumental architecture.
Let’s check what sculptured and sacral architecture art I met on my travel to Zagreb – Osijek – Skopje -Belgrade – Linz – Vienna.
Započeti godišnji u Rijeci, hm… iako je, apsolutna preporuka posjetiti trsatsku gradinu. Baš na današnji dan, osim ako Vam je isključiva namjera sudjelovati u obilježavanju blagdana Vele Gospe, bolje je preskočiti zbog velike gužve…ali samu gradinu ili “Trsatski Kaštel” svakako vrijedi posjetiti. Sa Kaštela, koji je jedna od najstarijih srednjovjekovnih utvrda Primorja, pruža se kolosalan pogled na cijeli zaljev i na Stari grad.
Ono što nemojte preskočiti je djir po Korzu, Molo Longo, Stari grad.
I was asked, once, what would I pack if I would have “five” minutes to do it. This time packing for the Seasplash music festival in Fort Punt Christo near Pula was something like that. Besides few essentials like the tent, hammock, gas bottles, head lamp, drinking water, teeth brush, food, beach towel and few other things needed for camping…this is what I packed, beside my survival toolkit:
David Cerny, an internationally famous sculptor, born in the Czech Republic in 1967 this year celebrates his 50’s birthday.
Whole life, whole time David Cerny’s art is controversial, provocative and monumental. According to his sculptures that is the meaning of art itself. That is how Art should be. Meaning, this is what a modern artist should do; provoke, question, sublime… David Cerny is very politically and socially engaged through his art. He points, he criticizes and he laughs… He reveals art from museums and places it straight to society in the parks, streets, building facades….