Krstić, Milorad

Milorad Krstić   The multimedia artist has lived in Budapest since 1989. Ruben Brandt, Collector celebrated its premiere at the Locarno Film Festival and was the winner of the Art Cinema Award at the 15th Seville European Film Festival. His work has been featured in solo exhibitions in Berlin, Novi Sad, Sarajevo, Zagreb, Dubrovnik, Belgrade, Stuttgart, Nuremberg, Frankfurt, Oudehaske, Budapest, Kaposvar, Szeged and Györ.

Selected films: My Baby Left Me (1995), Motel (2000) and Budapest (2002).

Kino der Kunst 2020

Ruben Brandt, Collector
ANIMATION: Milorad Krstić, Marcell László

Art theft as therapy: the art collector Ruben Brandt hopes to pacify his inner demons with paintings. Thirteen works of art by old and young masters are stolen from the world’s most important museums and private collections in order to put an end to his nightmares. The styles and intellectual currents of the last century intermingle in a feverish pop collage of references to the cult films of Alfred Hitchcock and Quentin Tarantino and the powerful block- buster images from Terminator or Rambo. Suspenseful, humorous, surreal and audio-visually breathtaking—a masterpiece of artistic animation.

© Milorad Krstić