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U nedelju, 31. maja, u galeriji 12 Hub, u okviru projekta kulturne odgovornosti ArtElle izveden je performans pod nazivom Ovo nije dečak sa lulom inspirisan slikom Pabla Pikasa Dečak sa lulom, koja pripada njegovom roze periodu.

Umetnik Branko Milisković postavio je Dečaka sa lulom u kontekst galerijskog prostora kako bi publika bar nakratko dobila priliku da vidi taj portret, koji ne spada u prepoznatljiva dela Pabla Pikasa, ali je remek-delo psihološkog portreta s početka XX veka.

Performans je okupio mnoštvo gostiju iz sveta umetnosti i s javne scene, a između ostalih, pridružili su nam se: Biljana Tipsarević, Bogomir Doringer, The Kraljica Vila (TKV), Dorijan Kolundžija, Nenad Radujević, Cile Marinković i mnogi drugi.

Performans Branka Miliskovića podržala je kompanija IDEA, u okviru društveno odgovorne kampanje Beograd, grad dobrih IDEA.

Magazin Elle pokrenuo je projekat ArtElle koji podržava i promoviše umetnost i kulturu, a prvi događaj bila je izložba radova proslavljenog svetskog fotografa Dušana Reljina.

http://www.elle.rs/lifestyle/kultura/13034-odrzan-performans-ovo-ni-je-decak-sa-lulom-u-okviru-projekta-artelle.html

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PIKASOV DEČAK SA LULOM
Sada u Beogradu, sada i nikad više

“It takes a very long time to become young”
– Pablo Picasso

Autor i izvođač: Branko Milisković
Vreme: 19-21h, nedelja, 31. maj 2015.

Performans „OVO (NI)JE DEČAK SA LULOM“ inspirisan je slikom Pabla Pikasa „Garçon a la Pipe“ naslikanoj 1905. godine koja pripada njegovom ‘’Ružičastom periodu’’. Ova slika predstavlja mladog parižanina koji u levoj ruci drži lulu, a na glavi nosi venac od cveća. Slika je godinama menjala vlasnike sve do 5. maja 2004. godine kada je na aukciji u kući Sotebi (Sotheby) u Njujorku prodata za do tada najvišu svotu novca u iznosu od neverovatnih 104 miliona američkih dolara. Aukcijska kuća Sotebi je odbila da otkrije identitet kupca, međutim nekoliko godina kasnije otkriveno je da je privatni kolekcionar zapravo poznati italijanski magnat Gvido Barila (Guido Barilla), vlasnik Barila kompanije.

U ovom performansu, umetnik „pozajmljuje“ Dečaka sa lulom i izlaže ga, kako bi bar na kratko, publika dobila priliku da ponovo vidi taj portret. Slika „Dečak sa lulom“ je prodata biznismenu, takoreći oteta od očiju javnosti, i sada najverovatnije, kao kapital u formi umetničke slike jednog od najvećih umetnika modernog doba, čeka najpovoljniju šansu da bude ponovo prodata za mnogo veći novac. Sa ciljem da napravi „kontra težu“ ovom konceptu, umetnik koristi filozofsku osnovu jedne druge slike čuvenog belgijskog umetnika- Rene Magrita (Rene Magritte) pod nazivom „The Treachery of Images“, odnosno „Ovo nije lula“. Fuzijom ova dva dijametralno različita koncepta, umetnik nastoji da postavi pitanje: Da li je ovo dečak sa lulom? Ovu tročasovnu živu instalaciju je 2. juna 2012. godine naručio festival TROUBLE #8 iz Brisela, da bude izvedena u okviru koncepta ‘’Velika galerija živih skulptura‘’ u teatru Les Halles.

U Galeriji 12 HUB, nakon prve samostalne izložbe ATTENTION ! HERE I AM (2014) i performansa THE SONG OF A SOLDIER ON WATCH (WW3 LILI MARLENE) u teatru la Comedie u Remsu, feb 2015, Branko Milisković premijerno će izvesti obnovljenju verziju ovog performansa koji će trajati puna dva sata u hipnotičkom slow motion-u gde će beogradska publika po prvi put dobiti priliku da vidi Dečaka sa lulom, sada i ovde / sada i nikad više.

Biografija autora:
Branko Milisković je rođen 1982 godine u Beogradu-Srbija. Nakon završetka srednje arhitektonske škole, Milisković je studirao višu politehničku školu, odsek za industrijski dizajn, kao i Fakultet likovnih umetnosti u Beogradu, klasa Mrđana Bajića. Krajem 2007. godine dobija stipendiju holandske vlade i nastavlja studije na Kraljevskoj akademiji umetnosti u Hagu-Holandija na kojoj je 2009. godine diplomirao. Master studije je završio 2012. godine na Akademiji umetnosti HFBK u Hamburgu-Nemačka u klasi Jeanne Faust (Žan Faust). Branko Milisković trenutno živi i radi na relaciji Nemačka-Srbija-Francuska, reprezentovan od strane Les Halles (Brisel), Kampnagel (Hamburg) i FRAC Champagne-Ardenne (Rems). Svoje performanse i izložbe realizovao je u Italiji, Nemačkoj, Belgiji, Francuskoj, Austriji, Srbiji, Izraelu, Rusiji, Poljskoj, Finskoj, Norveškoj, Holandiji, Indoneziji i Sjedinjenim Američkim Državama.

http://www.brankomiliskovic.wordpress.com

Produkcija performansa:
Galerija 12 HUB i ArtElle

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PICASSO’S BOY WITH A PIPE
Now in Belgrade, now and never more

“It takes a very long time to become young”
– Pablo Picasso

Author and performer: Branko Milisković
Time: 7 p.m.- 9 p.m., Sunday, 31st of May 2015

Performance “This is not a Boy with a Pipe”, basically came as an inspiration from early Picasso’s rose period painting “A Boy with a Pipe” painted in 1905. The oil on canvas painting depicts a Parisian boy holding a pipe in his left hand and wearing a garland or wreath of flowers. On May 5, 2004 the painting was sold for US$104 M at Sotheby’s in New York City. Sotheby’s did not name the buyer though sources say that it was Guido Barilla, owner of Barilla Group. At the time, it broke the record for the amount paid for an auctioned painting.
In this performance (tableau vivant) an artist ‘’borrows‘’ ‘a Boy with a Pipe’ and exhibits, allowing the audience to be able to see the art piece that has been literary stolen and hidden for private pleasure/business of some Italian magnate. In order to make the contra line he took a philosophical context of another famous painting by Rene Magritte which was entitled ‘ This is not a Pipe’. So fusing those two paintings / concepts he wanted to ask the question ‘Is this a Boy with a Pipe?’ This 3 hour-long living installation was firstly commissioned in 2012 for TROUBLE #8 performance festival at Les Halles theatre in Brussels. It was a part of the curatorial concept by Antoine Pickels entitled “The Great Gallery of Living Sculptures.”

At G12 HUB, after his very first solo exhibition entitled ATTENTION ! HERE I AM (2014) and his one man opera THE SONG OF A SOLDIER ON WATCH (WW3 LILI MARLENE) at La Comedie de Reims (2015), Branko Miliskovic will give a Serbian premiere of this performance which will last for 2 uninterrupted hours in a slow motion, giving an opportunity to Belgrade’s public to see it, here and now, here and never more.

Biography of the author:
Branko Miliskovic was born in 1982 in Belgrade/Serbia. Born in Former Yugoslavia he was the last generation of Marshall Tito’s Pioneers. In 1989 Yugoslavia broke up and he has started his primary school passing through the period of isolation, embargo, inflation and devastation of his country. After having completed the secondary school for Architecture, Miliskovic studied Polytechnic High School (Industrial Design) and Faculty of Fine Arts, class of Mrdjan Bajic, department of Sculpture in Belgrade/Serbia. In 2007 he has received the Dutch scholarship HSP Huygens and continued his Bachelor at the Royal Academy of Arts in The Hague/The Netherlands and obtained his degree in 2009. Miliskovic has earned his Master degree from Hochschule für Bildende Künste, Hamburg, class of Jeanne Faust (2012). His work have been shown internationally such as at Reims Scenes d’Europe 2015 at La Comedie de Reims, Galerie Metropolis, Paris 2014, CSW/CoCA, Torun, G12 HUB, Belgrade, solo productions at Kampnagel, Hamburg, Les Halles, Brussels 2011-2014, Zeitraumexit, Mannheim 2013 etc. Miliskovic currently lives and works between Germany, France and Serbia and was also performing and exhibiting in Italy, Germany, Belgium, France, Austria, Serbia, Israel, Russia, Poland, Finland, Norway, The Netherlands, Indonesia and USA.

http://www.brankomiliskovic.wordpress.com

Production of the performance:
Gallery 12 HUB and ArtElle

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May 3, 2015

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anniversaire #7 - Festival Reims Scènes d'Europe

Production FRAC Champagne-Ardenne
Photography: Martin Argyroglo

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Camera by Clément Chevelt / Edited by Branko Milisković

La Première Guerre mondiale fut aussi l’objet de plusieurs performances plus intimistes et personnelles comme The Song of a soldier on watch (ww3 Lili Marlene) une performance sensible de Branko Miliskovic sur l’attente et la souffrance des familles pendant et après le champ de bataille.

Christophe Candoni for TLC – Toute la Culture 23.02.2015

With The Song of a Soldier on Watch, the Serbian artist Branko Milisković mystified and enchanted the audience of Reims Scènes d’Europe in a performance about the wait and suffering of families during and after WWI, a war which is at the heart of the current edition of the festival with for example the shows of Luk Perceval or Bob Wilson. Accustomed to hours-long performances, Branko Milisković offers in Reims a more traditional format of 62 minutes. In the overcrowded Studio of La Comédie where the last arrived spectators could not enter, the Serbian performer awaits his audience, standing like a White Lady, half-hidden at the back of the stage. This time, he chose to incarnate a widow. With his blood red lipstick, smoky eyes and ultra thin eyebrows, he reminds us Marlene Dietrich, the one who made Lili Marleen go down in history. Between a couple of songs, she waits for a soldier that will never come back. The slightly shifted clock runs, trains go by, one last letter reaches her. And he sings, Lili Marleen. He is both the soldier who is about to die of asphyxiation, and his lover who is mourning him in the stunning final of the opera Erwartung by Schönberg. If the succession of scenes tends to dilute the strength of the statement, there is no doubt that the supernatural performer Branko Milisković owns the power to embody his characters and create images that will remain etched in the memory of his audience, like the surreal scene where he stands and sings while smoke is invading the stage and the whole room.

Fanny Amblard

http://www.scenesdeurope.eu/chronicles-the-song-of-a-soldier-on-watch-branko-miliskovic/

The Song of a Soldier on Watch ( WW3 Lili Marlene ) photo by Tina Marić 3 copyPhoto by Tina Marić

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Reims Scenes d’Europe @ La Comédie de Reims 

Sunday, 8 February 2015 @ 16:00 / Duration: 62 min 

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Branko Milisković a toujours été intéressé par le contact direct avec le public, jouant de sa présence charismatique pour tenter de « fusionner » avec lui. Afin d’entrer ainsi en relation avec son auditoire, que ce soit directement ou de manière plus subtile, il utilise son corps et son identité comme médium principal. Branko Milisković proposera à Reims une performance inédite, inspirée du célèbre opéra Erwartung d’Arnold Schönberg. Intitulée One Man Opera, il s’agit d’une variation sur la souffrance de milliers de familles pendant et après la première guerre mondiale, dans l’attente du retour de leurs proches partis au front.

In Reims, Branko Milisković proposes a novel performance, inspired by Arnold Schönberg’s famous opera Erwartung. Involved here is a variation on the suffering of thousands of families during and after the First World War, awaiting the return of their loved ones from the front. The origins of this performance lie, moreover, in a work created earlier by the artist, titled The Song of a Soldier on Watch, and inspired by one of the most popular German songs of recent decades, as well as one of the most controversial, Lili Marlene, regarded as one of the first songs encouraging fraternization between enemy soldiers.

Bio

Branko Milisković has always been interested in direct contact with the public, playing with his charismatic presence to try and blend with the audience and take it under his wing. In order to thus relate with people, be it directly or more subtly, he uses his body and his identity as his main medium. Playing characters who echo his own origins, he sees his work as “a progressing linear system of situations pinpointed and controlled, through which he evolves, trying to leave a trace by summoning his own norms.” In his recent works, he is concerned with “social and individual choreography”, and their relations within a specific political context. Lastly, his main intention is to make his body an independent territory, with its own rules and its own gravitation.

www.scenesdeurope.eu

Autorka: Milica Lapčević
Razgovor sa mnom: 11:05 – 32:10

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RAZGOVORI / Branko Milisković / ATTENTION ! HERE I AM

Prva samostalna izložba Branka Miliskovića u Beogradu je održana u galeriji G12Hub od 18. novembra do 2. decembra. Pored postavke u galeriji Branko je izveo tri performansa tokom trajanja izložbe. Njegovi performansi su visoko estetizovani i često na granici teatra, opere i performansa. Za Branka je sve važno: kostim, šminka, kretanje, svetlo, interakcija sa publikom, sadržaj, izvedba i zato on za sebe kaže da nije samo performer, već da je “direktor celog koncepta i izvođenja”. Razgovaramo o performansima koje je izveo, o reakciji beogradske publike u odnosu na publiku iz Brisela, Hamburga i Marseja, o stanjima u koje performer dugotrajnih performansa ulazi i o novim planovima.

http://www.supervizuelna.com/razgovori-branko-miliskovic-attention-here-i-am/

Razgovor vodio i transkribovao Žolt Kovač

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