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Rade Petrasevic at Limoncello Gallery

Artist: Rade Petrasevic (*1982, lives and works in Vienna). Selected recent solo and group shows include Limoncello, London, UK; 21er Haus Museum, Vienna, AT; Belvedere Museum, Vienna, AT (all 2016); Schaulager, Vienna, AT; The Breeder, Athens, GR; Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, US; Grande Vista, Los Angeles, US (all 2015); Büro Weltausstellung, Vienna, AT; Secession, Vienna, AT (both 2014).

Duration: November 17 - December 17, 2016

Location: Limoncello Gallery, Unit 5, Huntingdon Industrial Estate, Ebor Street, London E1 6JU

Rade Petrasevic at Limoncello Gallery
Rade Petrasevic, Messenger Of Death and The Galactic Cyberdeath, 2016 Oil on Canvas, 150 x 90 cm, 150 x 90 cm
Rade Petrasevic at Limoncello Gallery
Rade Petrasevic, Psycho Silence, 2016, Oil on Peva, 200 x 180 cm, 200 x 180 cm, 200 x 180 cm
Rade Petrasevic at Limoncello Gallery
Rade Petrasevic, Fuck mellow, this is hardcore from hell, 2016, Oil on Canvas,
150 x 270 cm
Rade Petrasevic at Limoncello Gallery
Rade Petrasevic, Sucking for Blood, 2016, Oil on Canvas, 70 x 60 cm
Rade Petrasevic at Limoncello Gallery
Installation shot, Rade Petrasevic. ‘WHY WOULD I WANT TO KILL MY HUSBAND?’, Limoncello Gallery, London, 2016
Rade Petrasevic at Limoncello Gallery
Installation shot, Rade Petrasevic. ‘WHY WOULD I WANT TO KILL MY HUSBAND?’, Limoncello Gallery, London, 2016
Rade Petrasevic at Limoncello Gallery
Installation shot, Rade Petrasevic. ‘WHY WOULD I WANT TO KILL MY HUSBAND?’, Limoncello Gallery, London, 2016
Rade Petrasevic at Limoncello Gallery
Installation shot, Rade Petrasevic. ‘WHY WOULD I WANT TO KILL MY HUSBAND?’, Limoncello Gallery, London, 2016
Rade Petrasevic at Limoncello Gallery
Installation shot, Rade Petrasevic. ‘WHY WOULD I WANT TO KILL MY HUSBAND?’, Limoncello Gallery, London, 2016
Rade Petrasevic at Limoncello Gallery
Installation shot, Rade Petrasevic. ‘WHY WOULD I WANT TO KILL MY HUSBAND?’, Limoncello Gallery, London, 2016

Photos by Andy Keate

www.limoncellogallery.co.uk

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