Vladimir Gazovic is a leading and appreciated representative of Slovak graphic design, especially color lithography. See the current offer of his artworks for sale.
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(*1939, Bratislava, SK) Painter, graphic artist and illustrator. Vladimír Gažovič studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bratislava, prof. Vincent Hloznik. Later on he won a scholarship Herder awards at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, prof. Maximilian Melcher. In 1979 he successfully completed an internship at the Academy of Fine Arts in Amsterdam. During his studies he devoted to fantastic realism. In his works he reflects to Albin Brunovsky and he developed a strain imaginative approach based on surrealism. Vladimír Gažovič devotes mainly to litography. Artistic and technical originality of his woks appreciated the world´s top exhibitions of graphic arts. His work is represented in collections in Amsterdam, Chicago, Hamburg, New York City, Bratislava and so on. Vladimír Gažovič exhibited in many countries and received many awards for his work.


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Gažovič Vladimír

Gažovič Vladimír

(*1939, Bratislava, SK)

Painter, graphic artist and illustrator. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bratislava, prof. V. Hloznik. Later on he won a scholarship Herder awards at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, prof. Maximilian Melcher. In 1979 he successfully completed an internship at the Academy of Fine Arts in Amsterdam. During his studies he devoted to fantastic realism. In his works he reflects to Albin Brunovsky and he developed a strain imaginative approach based on surrealism. He devotes mainly to litography. Artistic and technical originality of his woks appreciated the world´s top exhibitions of graphic arts.

HIS WORK IS REPRESENTED IN THE COLLECTIONS /selection/

Amsterdam (NLD), Stedelijk Museum
Banská Bystrica (SVK), Štátna galéria
Bratislava (SVK), Slovenská národná galéria
Brno (CZE), Moravská galerie
Bruxelles (BEL), Royal Museum of Art
Chicago (USA, Illinois), Art Institute of Chicago
Cincinnati (USA, Ohio), Cincinnati Art Museum
Dolný Kubín (SVK), Oravská galéria
Gent (BEL), Museum voor schone Kunsten
Hamburg (DEU), Kunsthalle
Košice (SVK), Galéria J. Jakobyho
Köln (DEU), Wallraf - Richartz Museum
Krakow (POL), Muzeum narodowe
New York City (USA), Metropolitan Museum of Art
Philadelphia (USA, Pennsylvania), Philadelphia Museum of Art
Praha (CZE), Národní galerie
Stockholm (SWE), Nationalmuseum
Trenčín (SVK), Galéria M. A. Bazovského
Tuscon (USA, Arizona), The University of Arizona Museum of Art
Washington (USA, D. C.), Library of Congress
Wien (AUT), Albertina