“Besides a graphite pencil, I also use a broad scope of scalpels and needles in my work. I usually do some final details under the magnifying glass, and I use my naked eye for the rest. The diameter of sculptures is between two and four millimetres and details on them are very small,” noted Djordjevic.
He needs a lot of patience, calmness and great eyesight for his works, which attracted a lot of attention in Tuzla. The majority of visitors are using magnifying glass to take a look at little sculptures, and there are also photographs on which the works are enlarged.
“We exhibited the Old portal of Medresa, the City Water Fountain, Tvrtko I Kotromanic, the old Catholic church, a mother with child, the Old bridge in Mostar, and it was a great challenge for me to create. Here is also one of the first works that I have created, and it is the work “Creation of Adam”. It has been exposed in Norway for a long period of time,” noted Djordjevic.
Only a few people in the world is dealing with this type of art, and this exhibition, which is Djordjevic’s sixth solo exhibition, will be opened until March 23.