Lives Journal 5

Damir Globochnik

 

ARTWORKS /PHOTOGRAPHS/

 

1 From the cycle Abstract segments of nature, 2008

2 From the cycle Abstract segments of nature, 2006

3 From the cycle Abstract segments of nature, 2005

4 From the cycle Abstract segments of nature, 2004

5 From the cycle Abstract segments of nature, 2005

6 From the cycle Abstract segments of nature, 2008

7 From the cycle Abstract segments of nature, 2007

8 From the cycle Abstract segments of nature, 2008

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From the cycle Abstract segments of nature, 2008 

 

 

 

 

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Damir Globochnik (born in 1964) has a PhD in art history, is a member of a museum council and an art critic. He has written the following books: 12 Angry Men / 12 stories about Slovenian caricature (1998), Miracles in Vodice (1999), The Poet’s Portrait / About portraits and caricatures of the poet France Presheren (2000), The Theimer Affair (2001), Portraits – Slovenian artists in Austria and Italy (photographs by Tihomir Pinter; Mohorjeva zalozhba in Klagenfurt and Gorizia, 2002/2003), Presheren and Art (Mohorjeva zalozhba in Klagenfurt, Gorizia and Celje, 2006), Studies in history and culture (Slovensko drushtvo likovnih kritikov, 2009) and Pavliha 1870 / Levstik’s satirical journal (Slovenska matica, 2010).

Damir became acquainted with the activities of local Slovenian photographers within the Kabinet of Slovenian photography at the Gorenjski Muzej where he is curator for art history. He has been a keen photographer for the past ten years. He keeps adding to his main photographic cycle Abstract segments of nature and has held several independent exhibitions: at the gallery of Kranj city council (2006), the study department of the Central library in Kranj (2007), Galerija Domplan in Kranj (2008, 2009), Galerija Pasazha in Radovljica (2010) and Galerija Vodnikova domachija in Ljubljana (2011). He lives and works in Radovljica.

 

 

 

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Slovenian (bohorichica)