Shock me to impress me

Robert Gligorov
 was born in 1959 in Kriva Palanca, Macedonia.
He lives and works in Milan, Italy.

‘s work attempts to shock the viewer. Each piece tantalizes the imagination, awakening it from a state of lethargy. Confronting a society accustomed to sophisticated and extreme forms of visual communication, Gligorov amplifies the shock value of his work in order to compete with the deluge of images that cloud our visual field.

Human beings have speculated about the relationship between inspiration and insanity for centuries. Paty Duke

Paranoia, hope and fear
I reject your reality
Priviet! Russian art
Dreaming in a pragmatic way
Sweet meat
Talk to my hand 


  1. This was an interesting and thought-provoking journey which left me in awe. I like the bird cage in the fish tank a lot. The concept and execution is quite good throughout. Thanks for sharing C.

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