Studio Visit with Miljan Suknovic


With ‘Studio Visit’ we are welcoming Miljan Suknovic back to Catherine Ahnell Gallery with a new chapter of his work. With raw linen as a base he applies his paint strokes directly on the canvas. Spontaneous gestures and random color strokes meet an uncalculated strucure characteristic to Suknovic.

Miljan Suknovic’s work will be shown at X Contemporary Art Fair in Miami Art Basel 2016- booth A8 – Nobo Hotel / Edenrock, November 30 – December 4.

This art fair also include never exhibited art work by Jean-Michel Basquiat

In 2015 Miljan Suknovic he had the opportunity to create a painting exhibition-installation throughout the entire R. Livingston Beeckman Mansion – a prominent landmark in New York City – designed by Warren & Wetmore, the firm responsible for Grand Central Station and New York Yacht Club. His work has been exhibited many times in France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Montenegro, Serbia, United States and was the subject of the exhibitions in 2014 titled “Constellations I-III” at the Museum of Porto Montenegro, at the World Trade Center and Catherine Ahnell gallery in New York.
New York based artist Miljan Suknovic was born in Yugoslavia (now Serbia) in 1973. In 1999, he enrolled in the Accademia di Belle Arti di Firenze, where his painting style evolved, maintaining an architectural perspective influenced by his Florentine surroundings. In 2007, Miljan relocated to New York City, where he has been living and working for the past decade.
Solo show by Miljan Suknovic

Exhibtion November 11 – December 18
Thu-Fri 12-7pm, Sat-Sun 12-6pm
66 Grand street #1
10013 New York, NY
About Catherine Ahnell Gallery:
CATHERINE AHNELL GALLERY Freeruning Art Corp represents recognized young foreign artists introducing them to the New York market.
Debuting in New York Catherine Ahnell Gallery’s artist rooster has received critical acclaim abroad and is well established outside of New York and the US represented at art forums including Grand Palais, Fondation Cartier, Miami Art Basel, Espace Louis Vuitton, Palais Tokyo, CAFA Art Museum, FIAC, Art Fair Singapore, Art Brussels, Dak’Art Biennale, l’Institut du Monde Arabe.





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