Exhibition “The golden ratio”, in the words of the author, epitomises the cross-section of status symbols of the youth but also unseals the discussion about the golden ratio as a form of human ideal, taken as a parameter of perfect ratios and harmonies since ancient Greece. In the present times of Machiavellian strategies and the hustle and bustle, is it at all possible to consider harmony – is the question society looks at art for answers. Petar Mošić offers some of them. (Slavko Timotijević, Zamka i njen kontekst, katalog izložbe “Zlatni presek” Petra Mošića, 2019/ The trap and its context, PETAR MOŠIĆ – “THE GOLDEN RATIO” exhibition catalogue).
Petar Mošić (1981, Belgrade) completed his undergraduate studies in painting at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade. He created several public murals, and his works have found their way to numerous private and public collections all over the world. Mošić participated in ten independent and over fifty group exhibitions as well as international artfairs and residences, such as Glo’Art in Belgium (2016, 2017). Mošić received several awards for his work. Lives in Belgrade.