Balasz Takac

Balasz Takac is alias of Vladimir Bjelicic who is actively engaged in art criticism, curatorial and artistic practice.

Graffiti & Street Art, Exhibition Announcements | Balasz Takac
The Forbin Chateau is a place offering an artist in residency program, and the outstanding collection of graffiti art made in New York during 1980s and 1990s.
Exhibition Announcements | Balasz Takac
The current online exhibition at the Shelburne Museum's website is focused on the domains of the folk artist Anna Mary Robertson Moses aka Grandma Moses.
Photography, Exhibition Announcements, Socially Engaged Art | Balasz Takac
The current exhibition at Alison Jacques Gallery is focused on two seminal photographic series made by Gordon Parks during his time at Life magazine.
Exhibition Announcements | Balasz Takac
Gropius Bau is about to open an exhibition of immersive installations by the influential Nigerian-born Belgian environmental artist Otobong Nkanga.
Exhibition Announcements | Balasz Takac
Currently on display at Fundació Joan Miró is a survey of the legendary Indian artist Nalini Malani, winner of the 2019 Joan Miró Prize.
Provoke! (NSFW), Exhibition Announcements | Balasz Takac
New York-based Daniel Cooney Fine Art reopens the exhibition of rarely seen drawings made by the famous illustrator Antonio Lopez during the 1980s.
Exhibition Announcements | Balasz Takac
In an online exhibition, ICA Milano explores the notion of fragility in contemporaneity with the works by nine international artists.
Exhibition Announcements | Balasz Takac
The exhibition at Centre Pompidou-Metz examines the major influence the practice of Yves Klein had on his contemporaries across the world.
Collectors' Tip, Top Lists | Balasz Takac
This beautiful sensual blue artwork was made by Lee Ufan, a critically acclaimed artist and unique figure of Japanese avant-garde art.
Collectors' Tip, Top Lists | Balasz Takac
The last blue artwork on this edition of our collectors' tip is simply called New Day and was made by the American abstract artist Marcy Rosenblat.
Collectors' Tip, Top Lists | Balasz Takac
This blue neon installation was made in 2019 by the Danish artist group Superflex which is focused on inventing alternative economic models.
Collectors' Tip, Top Lists | Balasz Takac
Natalia Koren Kropf mostly works with print which she uses to present her sensual forms.
Collectors' Tip, Top Lists | Balasz Takac
This artwork was made by the French graffiti based artist Vincent Abadie Hafez better known as Zepha who mostly explores the domains of calligraphy.
Collectors' Tip, Top Lists | Balasz Takac
This charming gradient blue print belongs to a print series Four Seasons of HOPE made by the one of the leading masters of Pop art, Robert Indiana
Collectors' Tip, Top Lists | Balasz Takac
The fourth blue artwork on our list called Voluntas was made by Sam3, a Spanish artist known or simplistic, yet poetic and provocative works.
Collectors' Tip, Top Lists | Balasz Takac
This artwork was made by Carlo D'Orta, an Italian photographer active for more than four decades who devotedly depicts people and landscapes.
Collectors' Tip, Top Lists | Balasz Takac
The second blue artwork was made by American artists Adam Barker-Mill who devotedly explores the light through his installations and objects.
Collectors' Tip, Top Lists | Balasz Takac
The first blue artwork on our list is a sculpture called Drachenkopf and was made by the established mid-career Austrian artist Karl Karner.