Artist

Dimitrije Martinovic

Dimitrije Martinovic was born in Yugoslavia, and immigrated to Canada with his family in 1968. He is an artist/photographer/film maker living and working in Toronto. Between 1976 – 80 he attended the Ontario College of Art, and since that time has worked in a wide range of media which have included film, video, performance, drawing, painting, sculpture and photography. His work has been exhibited in galleries and art festivals in Canada, USA and Europe. Several of his video works are in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art (NYC) and the National Gallery (Ottawa). And more recently some of his photographs have been exhibited at the Manif dart 4, Quebec City Biennale (2008) and published in German art magazine Artlout. While completing his Master’s degree at York University in Toronto (2012-2014), which centred on Visual Culture and Every Day Life, he resumed his interest in film making producing an entirely new and extensive body of filmic work.

Videography

3890 BOULEVARD SAINT-ANN

2017, 05:48 minutes, colour, English

EVERY MAN'S DILEMMA

2017, 06:55 minutes, colour, English

THE BARRACUDA CONTINGENCY

2017, 06:20 minutes, colour, English

THE CONTORTED REGARD

2017, 05:48 minutes, colour, English

THE INDICES OF TIME

2017, 31:18 minutes, colour, English

WHAT GERTRUDE STEIN SAID

2017, 05:10 minutes, colour, English

The Intersection of Church Street and Dundas Street

2016, 06:44 minutes, colour, English

APIARY

2015, 03:21 minutes, colour, English

BOULEVARD

2015, 03:04 minutes, colour, English

Hometown

2015, 03:02 minutes, colour, English

INTERSECTION

2015, 03:15 minutes, colour, English

THE OTTOMAN PROGRESSION

2015, 05:15 minutes, colour, English

THE PRESENT HYPOTHESIS

2015, 05:36 minutes, colour, English

Waterfront

2015, 03:11 minutes, colour, English

The Fourth Evidence Is The Complete Absence Of Mercy

1984, 27:00 minutes, colour, English

My Mother Makes Soup Noodles My Father Cuts A Simple Thread

1983, 10:00 minutes, colour, English & Yugoslavian

Boy on a Swing

1982, 09:50 minutes, colour, English

Pistol Shots

1980, 09:55 minutes, colour, English

Critical Writing

The New Work Show
by Victor Coleman. Vanguard, Nov. 1984, v. 13, no. 9.