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Olga Jevrić: Sculpture

Art PEER , Hoxton Until Saturday September 14 2019
Olga Jevrić: Sculpture
Olga Jevri ć in the garden of her studio, StaroSajmi te, Belgrade, Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia (1957) © Digital Archive of the Heritage House, Belgrade

Time Out says

Marina Abramović might be Serbia's most famous artist, but before her came Olga Jevrić, a fascinating and brilliant sculptor who developed her own unique language of abstraction from the 1950s onwards. Her artworks were inspired by the carved medieval tombstones found in Yugoslavia and the impact of the Second World War on the country. In turn, Jevrić's art has inspired, among others, Phyllida Barlow. The sculptures in this exhibition are from the late 40s to the early 90s, and they're well worth checking out. 


Address: 97 Hoxton Street
N1 6QL
Transport: Tube: Old St
Price: Free

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