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Predrag Pajdic | the artist



The artist Predrag Pajdic
Born Sept 10 1965, S. Brod, Yugoslavia.
Lives and works in London, United Kingdom, .

Style and technique of the artist: Photography, Video, Conceptual Art, Installation art,

Interdisciplinary artist working with video, photography,
installation.

As a curator: In particular interested in Middle Eastern art practice
and the Balkan art after the demise of Yugoslavia.


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Pajdic is currently researching contemporary art and its place in a time of crises...

Predrag Pajdic (Yugoslavia, 1965) lives and works in London, UK. He is an interdisciplinary artist, working with video, photography, drawing, sound and installation. In 1994 he completed his studies at Central St. Martins College of Art & Design in London...

Curated by Predrag Pajdic<br /> Leeds City Art Gallery, Focal Point Gallery, Freud Museum London 2006/07<br /><br /> PARANOIA is a group exhibition about the proximity of art and life against the backdrop of contemporary politics exploring issues of distrust, suspicion, delusion, fear and terror. PARANOIA presents works of international artists exploring the essence of paranoia as one's deluded interpretation of events, not the perception of the events themselves. <br /><br /> ARTISTS: Mireille Astore, Franco B, Maja Bajevic, Daniel Baker, Rana Bishara, Lisa K Blatt, Tim Blake, laurie halsey brown, Mircea Cantor, Norman Cowie, Jeremy Deller, Martin Effert, Amy Feigley, Doug Fishbone, Juan del Gado, Sagi Groner, Hatice Guleryuz, Juul Hondius, Avi Mograbi, Ricardo Giraldo Montes, Vesna Milicevic, Hillary Mushkin, Diane Nerwen, Jean-Gabriel Periot, Khaled D. Ramadan, Karst-Janneke Rogaar, Paul Ryan, Jackie Salloum, Larissa Sansour, Nike Savvas, Santiago Sierra, Tatjana Strugar, Doron Solomons, Emilia Telese, Milica Tomic, Akram Zaatari, Katarina Zdjelar, Rachel Wilberforce, Roel Wouters <br /><br /> Catalogue essays: Glenn Bowman, Bernadette Buckley, Elizabeth Cowie, Antonio Pasolini, Khaled D. Ramadan, Ivan Ward and Christel Vesters, with introduction by Predrag Pajdic