Rade Petrasevic

 
Rade Petrasevic, jungle juice platinum, 2019, 200 x 180 cm, Oil on peva
 
Rade Petrasevic, please don't ask, 2019, 125 x 170 cm, Oil on canvas
 
Rade Petrasevic, are u at home, 2019, 120 x 90 cm, Oil on canvas
 
Rade Petrasevic, i got this, 2019, 200 x 180 cm, Oil on peva
 
Rade Petrasevic, Caravaggio is Dead , 2018, 130 x 100 cm, Oil on canvas
 
Rade Petrasevic, Don't Trust Me, 2017, 200 x 180 cm, Oil on peva
 
Rade Petrasevic, The Jokes on You , 2017, 150 x 88 cm, Oil on canvas
 
Rade Petrasevic, Death Becomes You , 2017, 150 x 89 cm, Oil on canvas
 
Rade Petrasevic, eat pray hate , 2019, 120 x 90 cm, Oil on canvas
 
Rade Petrasevic, No WIFI , 2018, 140 x 90 cm, Oil on canvas
 
Rade Petrasevic, Fun is overestimated , 2018, 140 x 90 cm, Oil on canvas
 
Rade Petrasevic, OMG NO PLS , 2018, 140 x 90 cm, Oil on canvas
 
Rade Petrasevic, threesome , 2019, 180 x 200 cm, Oil on peva
 
Rade Petrasevic, stop playing games , 2019, 95 x 85 cm, Oil on canvas
 
e Petrasevic, No Heroin , 2018, 140 x 90 cm, Oil on canvas

about

Rade Petrasevic (b. 1982) is a Bosnian-Austrian painter who lives and works in Vienna, Austria. Petrasevic’s paintings use a distinctive and vibrant palette, which is intensified by his use of flat, expressive brushstrokes that handle the oil paint as if it were a marker pen. This lends a highly contemporary feel to the work and all-over composition that is imbued with starting dynamism – referencing painters such as Henri Matisse and David Hockney without becoming a pastiche.

Selected solo and group show of Petrasevic’s work include Christine König Galerie, Vienna (2020); ALMA ZEVI Celerina, Switzerland (2019); KÖNIG2, Vienna (2019); Friedman Benda in New York (2019); Salon, Hamburg, Germany (2019); Charim Galerie, Vienna (2018); Büro Weltausstellung, Vienna (2018); Everybody Needs Art, Budapest (2017); Limoncello Gallery, London (2016);  Circle Culture in Berlin (2015); The Breeder, Athens (2015); and the Breeder at Frieze London (2015). Rade Petrasevic’s work has been recently included in KISS, a commission for the Kunsthalle Wein, Vienna (2020).