Marjan Stojkovski

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Marjan Stojkovski

Empty Portrait no.5

Life Drawing

 

These photographic portraits remain unpeopled with seeming emptiness that opens them for countless re-entrances. You can start investigating the images by mirroring yourself in them and you may find that the distinction between internal and external loses importance.

After the existence comes to its end the presence becomes depersonalized, which is the metaphor applied to the erased portraits.

These concerns are about presentation of the self, or how far any image of the individual gives us a true portrait of him or her.

Empty Portrait no.21

Life Drawing

 

These photographic portraits remain unpeopled with seeming emptiness that opens them for countless re-entrances. You can start investigating the images by mirroring yourself in them and you may find that the distinction between internal and external loses importance.

After the existence comes to its end the presence becomes depersonalized, which is the metaphor applied to the erased portraits.

These concerns are about presentation of the self, or how far any image of the individual gives us a true portrait of him or her.

Empty Portrait no.60

Life Drawing

 

These photographic portraits remain unpeopled with seeming emptiness that opens them for countless re-entrances. You can start investigating the images by mirroring yourself in them and you may find that the distinction between internal and external loses importance.

After the existence comes to its end the presence becomes depersonalized, which is the metaphor applied to the erased portraits.

These concerns are about presentation of the self, or how far any image of the individual gives us a true portrait of him or her.

Empty Portrait no.7002

Life Drawing

 

These photographic portraits remain unpeopled with seeming emptiness that opens them for countless re-entrances. You can start investigating the images by mirroring yourself in them and you may find that the distinction between internal and external loses importance.

After the existence comes to its end the presence becomes depersonalized, which is the metaphor applied to the erased portraits.

These concerns are about presentation of the self, or how far any image of the individual gives us a true portrait of him or her.

Life Drawing no.22

Life Drawing

 

These photographic portraits remain unpeopled with seeming emptiness that opens them for countless re-entrances. You can start investigating the images by mirroring yourself in them and you may find that the distinction between internal and external loses importance.

After the existence comes to its end the presence becomes depersonalized, which is the metaphor applied to the erased portraits.

These concerns are about presentation of the self, or how far any image of the individual gives us a true portrait of him or her.

Life Drawing no.3

Life Drawing

 

These photographic portraits remain unpeopled with seeming emptiness that opens them for countless re-entrances. You can start investigating the images by mirroring yourself in them and you may find that the distinction between internal and external loses importance.

After the existence comes to its end the presence becomes depersonalized, which is the metaphor applied to the erased portraits.

These concerns are about presentation of the self, or how far any image of the individual gives us a true portrait of him or her.

Mirror no.11

Life Drawing

 

These photographic portraits remain unpeopled with seeming emptiness that opens them for countless re-entrances. You can start investigating the images by mirroring yourself in them and you may find that the distinction between internal and external loses importance.

After the existence comes to its end the presence becomes depersonalized, which is the metaphor applied to the erased portraits.

These concerns are about presentation of the self, or how far any image of the individual gives us a true portrait of him or her.

Mirror no.13

Life Drawing

 

These photographic portraits remain unpeopled with seeming emptiness that opens them for countless re-entrances. You can start investigating the images by mirroring yourself in them and you may find that the distinction between internal and external loses importance.

After the existence comes to its end the presence becomes depersonalized, which is the metaphor applied to the erased portraits.

These concerns are about presentation of the self, or how far any image of the individual gives us a true portrait of him or her.

Mirror no.24

Life Drawing

 

These photographic portraits remain unpeopled with seeming emptiness that opens them for countless re-entrances. You can start investigating the images by mirroring yourself in them and you may find that the distinction between internal and external loses importance.

After the existence comes to its end the presence becomes depersonalized, which is the metaphor applied to the erased portraits.

These concerns are about presentation of the self, or how far any image of the individual gives us a true portrait of him or her.

Mirror no.35

Life Drawing

 

These photographic portraits remain unpeopled with seeming emptiness that opens them for countless re-entrances. You can start investigating the images by mirroring yourself in them and you may find that the distinction between internal and external loses importance.

After the existence comes to its end the presence becomes depersonalized, which is the metaphor applied to the erased portraits.

These concerns are about presentation of the self, or how far any image of the individual gives us a true portrait of him or her.

Life Drawing

 

These photographic portraits remain unpeopled with seeming emptiness that opens them for countless re-entrances. You can start investigating the images by mirroring yourself in them and you may find that the distinction between internal and external loses importance.

After the existence comes to its end the presence becomes depersonalized, which is the metaphor applied to the erased portraits.

These concerns are about presentation of the self, or how far any image of the individual gives us a true portrait of him or her.

AuthorMarjan Stojkovski
2018-08-22T12:59:10+00:00 March 1st, 2011|Categories: Exibition, Gallery, Blesok no. 76|0 Comments