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Zoran Music

Zoran Music (Gorizia, 1909-Venecia, 2005) is one of the most singular artists of the second half of the twentieth century. Following his training in Slovenia, Austria, and Croatia and his 1935 visit to Madrid—where he studied Goya, El Greco, and Velázquez—he moved to Dalmatia, whose austere landscapes inspire his work. During the Nazi occupation, Music was deported to Dachau, and in his moving cycle We Are Not The Last, he portrays his concentration camp experiences. During the post-war years he established himself in Venice, married fellow artist Ida Barbarigo, and opened a workshop in Paris. In addition to the cycle on extermination and death, Zoran Music created impressive series of Venetian and Dalmatian landscapes, self-portraits, nudes, portraits of his wife, solitary travellers, and other types of images. He participated in Documenta I in Kassel, and in 1956 was awarded the great prize for graphic art at the Biennale di Venezia. In 1995 an anthology of his work was exhibited at the Galeries nationales du Grand Palais in Paris, and in 2008 his work received acclaim in the exhibition “Zoran Music. De Dachau a Venècia” (Zoran Music. From Dachau to Venice) at La Pedrera, in Barcelona.

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