Janez Bernik

1933, Gunclje, Slovenija – 2016, Prebold, Slovenija


Message, 1964

Acrylic and oil on canvas, 140 x 140 cm

Acquisition: Gift

Reference: 00371



Janez Bernik (6 September 1933 – 15 July 2016) was a multiple-time awarded and internationally acclaimed Slovenian painter and academic. Bernik was a versatile artist, who reached excellent results in painting, sculpture, graphic design, illustration, tapestry, book design, and poetry. His graphic prints are kept in numerous worldwide-known galleries and collections.

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1915, Citta di Castello, Italy – 1995, Nice, France


White S – 64, 1964

Mixed media on Masonite, 38 x 92 cm

Acquisition: Donation, 1966

Reference: 01078


Burri’s arrangement with the National Committee for Fine Arts in Rome, and especially good relations with gallery owner and painter Mario Penelope, concluded in receiving Buri’s painting. Onward communication with the artist was continued via mail.


Alberto Burri (12 March 1915 – 13 February 1995) was an Italian visual artist, painter, sculptor, and physician based in Città di Castello. He is associated with the matterism of the European informal art movement and described his style as a polymaterialist. He had connections with Lucio Fontana’s spatialism and, with Antoni Tàpies, an influence on the revival of the art of post-war assembly in America (Robert Rauschenberg) as in Europe.

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1936, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina


Blue Painting 2, 1969

Oil on canvas, 138 x 200 cm

Acquisition: Donation

Reference: 01824



Radomir Damnjanović Damnjan (Serbian Cyrillic: Радомир Дамњановић Дамњан, Mostar, 10 December 1935) is a Serbian painter and conceptual artist. He lives and works in Milan and Belgrade. (…) Damnjan deals with painting, drawing, graphics, photography, film, video and performance. During the sixties, early in his career, Damnjan the painter symbolic, abstract and minimal features. Since the seventies he used to the new media – video, photography and performance, while the painting closer to its analytical stream. At the turn of the ninth decade of the last century, the theme turns Damnjan ‘still life’ and ‘(self)portraits’ which implements a floor or wall installations painted in the spirit of postmodern citation as ‘new pointillism’.

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1936, Madrid, Spain


A Couple, 1965

oil on masonite board, 80 x 100 cm

Acquisition: Donated by the artist

Reference: 01357

1937, Pula, Croatia – 1993, Sydney, Australia


Extern 13, (before) 1967

Oil on canvas, 84 х 84cm

Acquisition: Gift by the artist

Reference: 01482


Mask, 1984

oil on prepared paper, 70,7 х 97,5 cm

Acquisition: Gift by the artist

Reference: 03947

Musandra 1, 1967

oil on wood, wooden parts, metal, acryl

Musandra 2 , 1967

oil on wood, wooden parts, metal, acryl

Musandra with an Emission of Unknown Waves, 1968

Musandra with Collade Waves, 1968

Neomusandra 24, 1977

Dosimeter 1, 1986

1940, Zelino, Greece – 2006, Skopje, Macedonia


Untitled, 1984

Acrylic on canvas, 100 х 100 сm

Acquisition: Purchased

Reference: 04799

Born in Zelino, Macedonia | 1939


Whispering, 2001-2002

oil on canvas 130 х 70 cm.

Born in Bitola, Macedonia | 1950

We present Slobodan’s artwork from the series of works signed by Filovski and included in the collection of MoCA: Conflict, 1979, acrylic on canvas, 70 х 80см