Yugoslav, 20th – 21st century, male.
Zeljko Kipke lives and works in Zagreb. An art critic and theoretician he has been influenced by Malevich, Dada, Magritte, medieval frescoes and Byzantine art. He reproduces geometric shapes, fragments of machines, cylinders, pistons, wheels, freely interpreting them in order to come up with motifs detached from their context which appear to float across the canvas. He has shown his works at several solo exhibitions, notably at the Castres contemporary art centre in France in ...