Misha Milovanovich

Misha Milovanovich is a Belgrade-born artist living and working in London, graduated from St Martins School of Art in London in the early nineties. She is known for her unruly minimalism. Moving between painting, live art, and sculpture, she does not have a single style or medium. Misha’s main subject matter is emotion, so naturally her work is highly personal and biographical in ways that create a direct, emotional response from the viewer. Empathy and the universals of human experience - passion, nostalgia, desire and disgust are inescapable in her work. Misha’s artistic progenitors include her mentor Martin Kippenberger, Wassily Kandinsky and Phillip Guston as well as contemporary artists Gilbert and George, Keith Tyson, Robert Pruitt and Jim Lambie. BNW was invited to design Misha's catalogue.

Misha and David Heathcock’s love of the natural world has resulted in a series of sensuously composed studies of flowers named “In Bloom”. Capturing the ever disappearing interplay of light and form. The settings are often minimalist, the blooms, single or in small groups, lovingly photographed with dramatic contrasts in colour, light and shade. In carefully constructed compositions, they captured roses, orchids, snapdragons, daisies, tulips and other species, both common and rare, transforming the way we perceive a classic and familiar subject. 

The portfolio contains new ceramics collection and several paintings. Connecting something deep within the earth and something deep in our collective memory.” Misha’s new body of work sees her using ceramics to create an array of brightly coloured, sometimes figurative pieces that blur the line between sculpture and painting. They are most definitely hand made, very personal in their creation and their intent. Each piece holds a distinct meaning – an emotional charge that connects to Misha’s emotional and intellectual evolution.

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