"Miodrag Tasic’s figures will never cease to intrigue you. You
experience their abstraction and question it day after day. You will leave
your greater existence - that will once and for all seem calmer and brighter – and
get the flavour of just how very odd and unusual they are. Their stubborn
curiosity will astound you, their incessant conversations with each other
and everyone else around, their lonely, hoarse and discordant songs, their
breathlessness. Arousing new feelings of delight and unease, with a mixture
of good luck and misfortune, an artist’s work is born."
from: "Miodrag Tasic" by Raphaël Monticelli, published
by Ricochet, 1997
"Human , just too human. Characters in flesh and bone standing on tiptoe
or hanging from a thread. There hangs the weight of years and the wrinkles
that are the stigmata of these greaseful bodies. But the heaviness of these
creatures is never a burden."
from: "Miodrag Tasic: The Art of the Flesh", by Gérard Clétil,
L’Avenir – Côte d’Azur, 1998.
"Tasic has incredible technique with meticulous attention to detail, "classical
sculpture with a contemporary feel". He creates astonishing bronze characters,
distorted bodies with wrinkles and folds of skin, ageless bodies at the extremes
of caricature and poise. Tasic observes the world through his sculpture. His
work is silent and observant."
from: "Tasic, lauréat de la XIIIe Biennale de l’U.M.A.M." ("Tasic,
winner of the 13th Biennal of the U.M.A.M") by Frédéric
Altmann, of the Nice-Matin newspaper.
" Comme la poésie, la statue nous renvoie....conceptuelles."
from : "Miodrag TASIC, by Jean-Paul Potron.- Editions
Giletta . Nice, 2011.