Simonida Rajcevic

Simonida Rajcevic was born in Belgrade on April 2nd, 1974. She graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade in 1997 and in 1999 she received her Post Graduate’s Degree and in 2015. she finished her PhD in Art at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade   . She obtained a DAAD stipend to do first year post-graduate studies in Berlin, Germany. Since 2000, she has herself been working as an associate professor at the Facutly of Fine Arts in Belgrade. From 2008 until 2010 she was working as a guest associate professor at the Faculty of Architecture, Belgrade. Simonida Rajcevic has exhibited her works independently and together with other artists, both at home and abroad.

Fake Pain ,STEEL, STYRODUR, PAPER MACHE, 5,50 M X 2, 90 M, 2020
Strange waves 05,OIL ON LINEN, 203 X 160CM, 2016
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  1. […] Simonida Rajcevic spoke to us from Belgrade where lock down has lifted but, she says, people remain afraid and life has certainly not gone back to normal even though normal routines have resumed. Rajcevic just completed an exhibition that was postponed from April and moved to August. This show, titled Fake Pain, was a combination of huge objects and five paintings – a departure from her previous exhibitions which were exclusively paintings. In this show she attempted to describe a complex social concept wherein people are victimized by only feeling the pressures of life. Her objects in the exhibition are based on a pose made by Bruce Lee in the film Enter the Dragon in which his harms are poised in front of his body, ready to take action. She explains that this represents those who are victims and ready to act. To hear more about this concept and Rajcevic’s other work, listen to the complete interview. […]

  2. […] Simonida Rajcevic spoke to us from Belgrade where lock down has lifted but, she says, people remain afraid and life has certainly not gone back to normal even though normal routines have resumed. Rajcevic just completed an exhibition that was postponed from April and moved to August. This show, titled Fake Pain, was a combination of huge objects and five paintings – a departure from her previous exhibitions which were exclusively paintings. In this show she attempted to describe a complex social concept wherein people are victimized by only feeling the pressures of life. Her objects in the exhibition are based on a pose made by Bruce Lee in the film Enter the Dragon in which his harms are poised in front of his body, ready to take action. She explains that this represents those who are victims and ready to act. To hear more about this concept and Rajcevic’s other work, listen to the complete interview. […]