Location: Prokultura - House of Language and Culture Peristil
Date and Time: October 30th, at 7:00 PM
Powered by OTP, this is the central project of Prokulture - the Cultural Policy Observatory in Split. For the fourth year, this unique gallery space has hosted various forms of creativity, efforts, and art, from top academic names to young individuals, children, and amateur associations. The common theme in everything presented is to remind us of the beauty of the heart of our city, to revive its vibrancy, for which it is recognized on the UNESCO list. This is achieved through a collective awareness of the importance and value of preservation, as well as individual dedication and love.
And this is precisely what Mr. Robert Belohradsky conveys through his work. A gifted artist (the French word "amateur" meaning someone who loves), he has named this exhibition "She and Split." It is dedicated to the beauty of the female body and the beauty of the city in which he lives and creates. In his works, he aesthetically molds the female body, emphasizing the fine nuances of its color, sensuality, and beauty. The pieces depicting the motifs of the city of Split, created over various periods of the artist's career, exude the same love and enthusiasm. Color dominates in all of them, leaving a strong impression on the art observer.
The author has displayed 32 exhibits in the acrylic technique.
Robert Belohradsky was born in Dubrovnik in 1953, where he completed his primary and secondary Maritime School. He holds a degree in electrical engineering and graduated from F.E.S.B in Split. He spent his working life in Split and abroad, working in his profession until retirement. He is a long-standing member of the Emanuel Vidović Art Association, and this is his second solo exhibition. He has participated in several exhibitions organized by the LUEV and in the exhibition of Nativity scenes in the Old City Hall in 2020. One of his paintings was selected for the exhibition at the 37th Meeting of Visual Artists as part of the Croatian Assembly of Culture in 2021. Robert has expressed his passion for painting since his early youth, painting quietly for years, and now, in his mature years, he has decided to showcase his works publicly.