Aleksandra Belić, Artist


Aleksandra Belić, Book Clup, 2022, oil on canvas, 140 x 85 cm


Aleksandra Belić (born 1996 in Novi Sad, Serbia), studied at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf with Siegfried Anzinger (master student 2020) and with Katharina Wulff (graduation 2023). She lives and works in Düsseldorf. Aleksandra Belić uses traditional artistic techniques for her works, with a focus on oil painting. Whether painting, sculpture, drawing or lithography, the starting point is the completely unknown, through which she moves to find the ordered chaos in her works. Aleksandra's approach to art is a specifically personal path to the universal, but the specifics come with such speed that the unapologetic and direct nature of her painting challenges the viewer. The artist uses her own relationships and experiences as a source of inspiration, with a focus just off the centre of societal norms and conformisms. Her work follows the story of a complicated woman who bluntly shows the world her feminine fragility and strength.

Recent group exhibitions include love/love, Künstlerhaus Dortmund (2023), There are very few laws, Berlin art week (2022). In addition, her works were included in the group exhibitions Sculturale la sucessiva, Dürener Straße 441, Cologne (2022) and Sculturale Annuale/le Prima (2020), Algorithmic Oracles, Kunsthaus Mettmann (2021), Gruppenausstellung Reihe Klasse Wulff, Gerresheimer Straße 100, Düsseldorf (2021), White fairy, AStA Ausstellungsraum, Düsseldorf (2019), Kunst in die Schmiede, Rösrath (2019), Pass auf Anzinger, Contemporary Art gallery, Düsseldorf (2017). Her solo exhibition Am I the Predators? took place at Kunstakademie Düsseldorf Terrasse, Düsseldorf (2017).