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Zelko Nedic is a self-taught artist who uses his paintings and photographs to convey the emotion and depth of personal memories and internal perspectives.

Growing up in former Yugoslavia, Nedic was deeply affected by the atrocities of the Bosnian war in the early 90s, during which his family was forced to flee their home and all physical reminders of his childhood were lost.

His work is characterized by its dark, introspective elements and strong sense of vulnerability and control, particularly in his use of the 19th-century wet plate collodion process. Through abstraction, Nedic invites viewers to delve into the unknown and explore the powerful, open-ended narratives that shape our identities.

Now based in Australia, Nedic continues to create and exhibit his work.

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