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Ľubomír Ďurček

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Ľubomír Ďurček (August 30, 1948, Bratislava) is a Slovak conceptual artist, performer, documentary filmmaker, author of experimental texts, books and films.
His works are presented at many exhibitions in Slovakia as well as internationally in Amsterdam, Prague and Brno. He studied landscape and visual arts at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava under the guidance of Professor Ján Želibský. He completed his studies in 1973. Most of his life worked as a high school teacher. In 1977, together with Petr Bartoš, he organized an exhibition of photographs of Czech and Slovak action and conceptual artists, named Photo Records. At the turn of the 1970s and 1980s, he collaborated with the Labyrinth Theater and the Temporary Society of Intense Survival around Ján Buday. For Street Theater Week, he realized the concept of a set of events entitled Resonances (1979). In his work, Ďurček uses the elementary language of visual communication, such as point, line, scattering and concentration.

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