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Tajci Cekada

Art should be sincere and not fashionable, and every artist should follow his first instinct. It is the position of the croatian artist Taj?i ?ekada who began her career in avant-garde fashion design. She often uses a video performance form in work. Some of the topics she dealt with are death,coldness,animals, fantastic creatures and fantastic worlds.

ŽERAVICA 3: THE MYSTYC (3ple Tunnel)

The multimedia exhibition Zeravica 3: The Mystyc (3ple tunnel) which is comprised of works created in traditional media, such as paintings, drawings and photographs, through installations, videos and performances, web art, etc., represents the continuation of multiannual art project that took place at the Museum of Djurdjevac city in 2015. The basic idea behind the project is a kind of an independence and resistance to generally imposed forms and rules of functioning in the art world which often hinder creativity. Bringing distinguished Croatian artists together with their guests from abroad represents a platform for contemplation about the relationship between content and form, with an emphasis on the positive inter-personal communication.

Vlast tijela (GOVERNMENT / BODY)

The exhibition of Damir Stojnic explores the subject of fear of authority and fear of losing the identity, i.e. the subject of death and transience. The ever-interesting subject of Dance Macabre prompted the merger of well-established artists, even those who are long considered classics, represented in the collection of the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Rijeka with authors who have just graduated from the Academy of Applied Arts in Rijeka (Dorotea Smrkinic, Silvana Vodnica Filicic and Dino Topolnjak) and highlights the autism and compulsion of human history that create an illusion of cyclicity of time, says the author of the exhibition.



Vrbnik May day

The town of Vrbnik on the island of Krk is an interesting destination for many artists and curators who have been gathering here on Workers day every year. Casual friendly gatherings and discussions about art resulted in the initiation of a new project, an international festival called Vrbnik May Day Assembly, which brought together about a dozen of artists from Croatia and its' neighboring countries. Although the emphasis was on Workers Day in designing the project, the starting point for the selection of works of art was dictated by the specificity of the place itself. Thus, art works are exhibited both in public and private spaces, from restaurants, butchery, tourist agency as well as throughout the streets and squares.

Željko Jancic Zec

Zeljko Jancic Zec is a multimedia artist, painter, choreographer and theater director. He begun his artistic work in early 90es. He often contemplates the issue of social values and his projects, such as the Blind through Life, are motivated by the lack of empathy, excessive materialism, consumerism, i.e. the decline of moral values the artist notices in modern society.

Damir Stojnic

Ignisograms or drawings of fire present a trademark expression of the Croatian artist Damir Stojnic who, inspired by embers at night, creates a variety of symbolic forms. In this example, he used a small Istrian quarry as the setting for his several hours long ritual performance of creating an angel. The artist believes that fire reflects the essence of everything that exists and what is created in the heat of the flames, burns and disappears in the heat of the flames as well. Hence, the art of Damir Stojnic is often connected to the metaphysical, astrological, alchemical and gnostic teachings.

Dražen Vitolovic

In his work as a sculptor, Drazen Vitolovic, an artist from Rijeka, often combines sculpture, architecture, design and ecology, using traditional techniques and materials together with new technologies such as 3D printing. Vitolovic says the main task of an artist is to push boundaries, in his own mind as well as in the observers', so his greatest challenge is to exhibit in public, mainly open spaces where art is accessible to everyone.

Iva Gobic

The works of Iva Gobic, an artist from Rijeka, feature paper as the main means of expression. While in her restoration work Gobic seeks to cease and decrease the processes of paper decay, in her artistic work she actually initiates and accelerates them thus transforming them into a positive process of materialization of new works. She often exposes paper to different natural effects such as sunlight or seawater.
In her work Gobic also uses books as art forms, in a way that she applies changes to existing books or uses advertising brochures, magazines and discarded books as raw materials in creation of new objects.

Nenad Roban

Nenad Roban is a designer of artistic jewelry who graduated from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerpen. In his studio in Zagreb he makes interesting objects using a variety of materials, from precious metals to wood and plastic.
He draws inspiration from other art forms, such as music and literature, and he often dedicates his works to fellow artists in a way that he includes their motives in the jewelry he makes. In the video he explains what artistic jewelry is, discusses his view of art and shares the experiences he gained during the many years he has dedicated to creative work.

Sandra Vitaljic

Infertile Grounds is one of the series we decided to feature in order to present the distinct Croatian photographer Sandra Vitalji?. Photographs that appear to depict beautiful landscapes actually reveal stories about crime and horrors of war. In her work the author has captured the images of sites of executions and mass tombs. In another series, Beloved , provoked by newspaper headlines about the murders resulting from relationships, Vitalji? has presented the so-called supporting material, preparations of body parts with gunshot or stab wounds, which were once symbols of femininity. Sandra Vitalji? is a Croatian photographer of the middle generation that also explores the theory of photography. The focus of her interest is contemporary war photography, which was the subject of her PhD thesis.


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MEDIA ARTS AND PRACTICES (MAP) is a new graduate department at the Academy of Applied Arts of the University of Rijeka. The study consists of three main modules: PHOTOGRAPHY, INTERMEDIA and SCENOGRAPHY. The study is structured in a way that integrates different disciplines and content and yet remains open to accommodate changes in contemporary art and media technologies. Such a dynamic and open curriculum encourages the progress of each student and at the same time provides a rich and flexible education from which each student can choose the most relevant methods of acquiring knowledge with the addition of professional support.

Aesthetics of Electricity

The exhibition Aesthetics of Electricity: Spirituality and Visual Art from the collection of the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Rijeka exhibited the works of six artists – Mladen Stilinovic, ZeljkoJerman, Boris Demur, Mirko Zrinscak, Damir Stojnic and Tomislav Curkovic, created in the period from 1977 to 2014. The concept of the exhibition was designed to show the diversity of styles and practices in individual artistic quests for the intangible, spiritual concepts within the works collected in the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Rijeka, said the artist and exhibition curator Nadezda Elezovic. Two artists from the younger generation, Stojnic and Curkovic, also shared their reflections on their works and the concept of spirituality.


After Albania and Montenegro, the traveling exhibition of contemporary art, Art in Port: Coexistence for a New Adriatic Koine, arrived in Rijeka at the end of 2014. Twenty-five artists from the younger generation from Albania, Montenegro, Italy and Croatia exhibited their works, created in various media, at the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art. The exhibition explores the concept of identity of the nations connected and/or separated by the Adriatic Sea, with the aim of creating a common language. Croatian representatives at the exhibition are Ana Hušman, Nika Rukavina, Fokus Grupa, Davor Sanvicenti and Gildo Bav?evi?.
The exhibition is part of the EU project ARTVISION.


Dunja Jankovic an academy-trained painter who, upon graduating from the Zagreb Academy of Fine Arts, earned a master's degree at the School of Visual Arts in New York. Her work is dedicated to creating comics, illustration, design and various interdisciplinary combinations. In her latest series of works the artist explores the possibilities of illustrating sound, movement and vibration in a two-dimensional drawing.


Gildo Bav?evi? is a multimedia artist from Split, whose work is centered around sociopolitical and social subjects. In his work he often uses coins, i.e. he uses the smallest unit of currency to create art works that explore the subject of the relationship between modern society and money. Bav?evi? is also the author of the award-winning documentary The Network of Solidarity which focuses on the subject of workers' struggle for ailing companies.

IAB Labin

Industrial Art Biennial (IAB) is a new art festival project of the Labin Art Express association. The first pilot project was implemented in Labin from September 19th to October 4th, 2014, with 15 international participants as a form of introduction to the first regular Industrial Art Biennial scheduled for August and September 2015 to be a recurrent biennial appointment. At the Biennial, which is a project unique in its genre in Croatia, the ambiguity of the coherence between art and industry as well as the connections between art, science and technology are on show, represented and explored through various art forms.


The Academy of Applied Arts in Rijeka hosted a five-day workshop titled Light Residence at the beginning of 2015. One of the lectures on the topic of LIGHT IN LANGUAGES OF ART INSTALLATION was given by the retired professor and renowned Croatian artist Goran Petercol. Students were introduced to the courses and programs relating to scenography, music and sound production as well as jewelry design that are held at the Academy.


Miron Mili? is an academy-trained painter, graphic designer, illustrator and street artist who, through his distinctive and original works, earned his place among the most important names in the Croatian (street) art scene. Whether he creates small works on paper or facade wall murals, Miron Mili? manages to equally impress the audience with his drawing skills and interesting frames that he often finds in nature.


Be Glad for the Form Has No Ending! is the title of a sculptural installation made up of fourteen vertical, high and elongated wood elements, which can be understood as the paradigmatic artistic credo of the author Mirko Zrinšæak. In his creative solitude, this artist emphasizes the importance of contemplation, coexistence with nature, but also the necessity of a physical work which makes him feel better. Zrinšæak started his artistic work as a painter while still at the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice, where he studied under Professor Emilio Vedova. He has received numerous awards and in 1995 was the Croatian representative at the Venice Biennale.

Mirna Kutlesa

Mirna Kutleša is a painter of the younger generation whose work is characterized by figuration and focused on depicting reality and dreams that are borderline realistic. The human figure is the most common motif in her art stories, either portrayed as a classic portrait or depicted as being a part of a particular landscape. In her work she often makes references to film, trying to make paintings resemble film frames as much as possible.


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