Ana Opalić – Martina (diary entries 2009 – 2020)

14. 9. – 2. 10. 2020.      Photos by Davor Konjikušić Women have been the muses of photography since its inception. The portraits taken by photographers such as Alfred Stieglitz and Lee Friedlander speak volumes of the way they observed and saw the people they loved. Paul Strand wrote about his wife, who had…

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‘Soft’ shooting? Introducing the history of women’s photography in Croatia

  15. 6. – 4. 9. 2020.     Photos by Marko Ercegović   With the selection of Slavka Pavić’s, Erika Šmider’s, Danijela Lušin’s, Ivančica Privora-Kurtela’s and Jadranka Fatur’s works we draw attention to the topics they covered, get to know the means through which they acquired their knowledge and get to know the events which at least partially…

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Petar Vranjković- Ich vermisse dich / Das sind alles meine Freuden

16. 3. – 3. 4. 2020.     Foto: Luka Radek   From the exhibition preface, written by Ana Bedenko: “Petar Vranjković’s artistic work is intermedial in character; strung between photography, graphic design, designing and conceptual art, with the archive as his organisational and thematic linchpin. The personal archive he constructs is part of an…

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Ivan Buvinić – Safe House

17. 2. – 6. 3. 2020. Foto: Marko Ercegović   Centuries-old themes of childhood and growing up in a family home have always intrigued and attracted attention of numerous artists due to their fragmentary nature and politics of memory. From the perspective of an adult, the memory of this stage of life marked by (seemingly)…

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Stephanie Kiwitt – Máj/My

  3. 7. – 19. 7. 2019. 26. 8. – 30. 8. 2019.     photo: Davor Konjikušić     German artist Stephanie Kiwitt’s photo series Máj/My is a kind of play on words: “Máj” means the month of May in Czech, while “My” has a double connotation, one in English and one in Czech signifying…

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Seiichi Furuya – Staatsgrenze 1981-1983

  13. 5. – 31. 5. 2019.     photo: Nenad Roban     In a time when there are more kilometres of fences and razor wires than in the Cold War period, and when points of entry to some countries look like entrances to concentration camps, we no longer perceive borders as purely imaginary…

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Bojan Radovič – Hiroshima Project

  4. 3. – 22. 3. 2019.     photo: Maša Bajc     The scenes from Japanese cities Hiroshima and Nagasaki after the atomic bombs in August 1945 passed across television screen countless times, ingraining into the collective memory of the viewers the scenes of one of the most horrifying and destructive catastrophes of…

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Željko Borčić – Transformative Power of Photography

  28. 1. − 15. 2. 2019.   foto: Tjaša Kalkan   The artistic activity of Željko Borčić is determined by a special physical, spiritual and intellectual constitution with an accentuated conceptual approach towards communication. The psycho-cybernetic self-portrait, which he exhibited in 1973 in Gallery SC in Zagreb, is an installation through which he, with…

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Davor Sanvincenti – Zero was in the air

  5. 11. – 30. 11. 2018.   foto: Davor Konjikušić   “I know absolutely nothing. Nothing of the things I should know; I can sense that. There are so many things that the old man should have explained when we were little, that should be normal to know them when you grow up. For…

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Andrea Palašti – Home Workouts

  10. 10. – 26. 10. 2018.   foto: Nives Milješić   The artist Andrea Palašti presented her project Home Workouts at the Spot and VN galleries. Part of the project was realized in cooperation with students of Art Academy in Novi Sad. Home workouts is a work in progress, and it consist of different single…

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