Momir's work is effervescent, bold and satirical. He paints large portraits of historic and social figures {his 'black list') often in a vivid green, night-vision-goggle hue or in blood red. His deep inquiry into the depths of the personalities he depicts as if into humanity itself is un-yielding. His style is expressive and alive, the canvases seem still wet and dripping much like a smoking barrel. What Momir delivers so effectively is a solemn and somewhat satirical message on history past and that unfolding in front of our eyes, further stirring, questioning and finally disappearing.