| Milan Josipovic - Photography
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Without a doubt, Milan Josipovic is an artist who greatly enriches our perception with his unique photographic view. Though the wide variety of his images reflects an effortless versatility, they are nevertheless identifiable as Milan Josipovic photographs by their sheer power and technical virtuosity – whether it’s a shot of a Table Mountain in South Africa, a cityscape of New York or the iconic black and white portrait of Sir Christopher Lee. This single-minded commitment to perfection has made Milan one of the world’s most distinguished photographers.

Milan’s visual language follows his own distinctive rules and concepts of quality. With their brilliance, urgency, even grandeur, his photographs stand out so clearly against the world of today’s images. His way of lighting subjects, especially portraits, creates a nearly meditative atmosphere in the photographs.


Despite the demands of his commissioned assignments, Milan devotes much of his time to extensive personal projects, and stays true to himself. The photographs create an aura that takes the viewer into the image but simultaneously demands a reverent distance.