Art of Milan
Milan Dobrojević is a visionary artist whose art inspires one to embark on an immersive journey of creative exploration. These works of art unapologetically invite you into his world, calls you into a relationship, to delve into and follow the dynamics of his creations. Many of the works require knowledge of a craft, others draw upon life experience and intuitiveness—the deepest sense of authenticity, in other words, a great value that is not for everyone.*
This sets him apart as an artist who creates with a clear understanding of his time, blending sober attitudes with the dynamic complexity of his artistic visions. Milan's multidisciplinary mastery spans traditional art forms—sculpture, painting, and music—alongside digital realms such as fractals, animation, and more, either in singular dedication or through their artful fusion. His repertoire navigates through various expressions, striking a harmonious balance between courage, chaos, and order – much like a profound truth, it transcends boundaries, inviting you to explore new dimensions of existence.
“...taking fragments of reality or oneself and within the process of creation, returns them to reality as a meaningful work of art.” – Božidar Babić
These artworks are infused with commitment, discipline, and joy, while the visionary insights they provide challenge conventional perceptions. They evoke new experiences and connect with viewers on a deep level. Milan's passion for exploring and embracing freedom of expression, whether through traditional or digital art, radiates in a language that speaks directly, while his dedication to craft and vigorous commitment to the essence of art brings before us something sublime, noble, and unique.
In the spirit of Wilfrid Sellars' idea that, it is what it does, authenticity reveals itself through its actions and interactions, pointing to a living 'essence' that moves beyond fixed expressions and unfolds uniquely within the creative process. This journey is an open-ended exploration where fixed expressions and representations are not discarded but understood in their transient nature, giving rise to a flow of natural expressions unburdened by the weight of conditioned thought.