Jårg Geismar looks for themes for his work within the countries where he lives or spends any significant amount of time (Tokyo, New York, Dusseldorf). By doing so, he consistently accentuates the playfulness and imagination, which makes the viewer's fantasy flow. He is trying to offer people something they have yet not had and brings them a brand new view of the world. In Geismar's eyes, the fundamental role of art in today's world is to open new vistas to the world and to encourage emotions and feelings in people. He was born 1958 in Burgsvik/Gotland (Sweden) as son of German parents. Geismar graduated from ​Staatliche Kunstakademie Dusseldorf, Germany, in 1986, and in 1988 finished his post-graduate studies at the Parson School of Design, New York, MFA (Master of Fine Arts). He lived and worked in Dusseldorf where he passed away in 2019.

Momčilo Golub was born 1949. He graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade 1974. and got his master's degree in Graphic Department in 1976. As a scholar of the French Government he specialized in painting at the École des Beaux-Art de Paris. 1991.-1992. he was studio resident at La Cité Internationale des Arts in the studio of the French Ministry of Culture. During the 80s Golub was one of the first representatives of the post-conceptual and later early postmodernist on local arts scene. At the beginning of the 90, he withdrew from the art scene for almost two decades, until his comeback in 2011. He lives and works in Split.

On view till November 3rd, 2019.

Sponsored by Dalmacijavino Split