Saturday, 2 July 2016

Renowned French Artist in Pula

Renowned French artist Abdelkader Benchamma will open his exhibition at gallery Singular in Pula on July 21.

Wednesday, 29 June 2016

Graffiti na Gradele Returns to Bol

In its fifth edition this year, the regional festival Graffiti na Gradele returns to Bol on Brač. This most entertaining street art, graffiti and music festival will be held from July 28-30.

Monday, 27 June 2016

A Street Art Festival Comes to Sisak

For a city that is known to be typically grey, bleak, or uninviting, Sisak will now be brought to life with color as it is now home to a new street art festival named Re:Think. Inviting renowned street artists, muralists, graffiti artists and the likes to participate, this is the first ever event of its kind for the town.

Saturday, 18 June 2016

A Secret, Unconventional Art Exhibit in Zagreb - Tonight

In a still secret location in Zagreb, art collective Trash Will Smash will make a one day exhibition entitled "One Night Exhibition" hoping to awaken all the senses of art enthusiasts. The exhibition will be held today, Saturday the 18th at 20h.

Friday, 17 June 2016

A Dreamy New Exhibit Open on Fort George, Vis

This summer, visitors to the island of Vis will have a special opportunity to see a unique and rather whimsical exhibition titled Dreamland. The young Australian artist of Croatian origin who is responsible for this exhibition is Maya Kolega, having studied at the University of South Australia with a degree in Visual Arts. Kolega uses her artistic prowess to create and document images through photography and illustration, making her Dreamland exhibit a treat for your eyes.

Thursday, 16 June 2016

The 51st Annual Zagreb Salon of Visual Arts Opens Today!

The Zagreb Salon is a renowned national exhibition and one of the oldest joint exhibitions of recent works of art. This exhibition will open today, June 16, at HDLU - Meštrović Pavilion. Exhibition opens at 19h.

Tuesday, 31 May 2016

MU / FIV: University of Split Art Exhibition

On Wednesday June 1, the Media Art/Department of Film and Video/Arts Academy from the University of Split (UMAS) will be hosting their annual exhibition MU / FIV.

Monday, 30 May 2016

Pushing the Boundaries Since Day One: Ghetto Club

There is one place within the palace walls with a turbulent history and the ability to never back down: therein lies Ghetto Club & Art Academy - frequented by locals, tourists, and everyone in between.

Friday, 27 May 2016

Indirekt: Umag's Independent Music & Arts Festival

With a bevy of boutique music festivals hitting the Croatian market, there are almost too many to name, and you’ll most likely need three of you to go to them all. A particularly cool music festival, Indirekt, is the beacon of independent art - and we’re here to tell you all about it.

Monday, 16 May 2016

Tomorrow in Split? Izložba Julião Sarmento: As Good As It Gets

What would Split be without art galleries? The people of Split are well versed in art and history, considering they spend most of their time having coffee in or walking through a 1700 year old palace. Because of this, Split breeds artistic talent, and we’d like to say that their taste in art is superior to most.

 

Tomorrow at the Art Gallery and Tower Gallery on Ulica Kralja Tomislava 15, we have the opening of Izložba Julião Sarmento: As Good As It Gets. Julião Sarmento was born in Lisbon, Portugal in 1948. He graduated from the Lisbon School of Fine Arts with a degree in painting and architecture. During his four decades of active artsmanship, his creativity has been displayed in many exhibitions around the world. Julião Sarmento represented Portugal at the 46th Venice Biennale. He participated in the 7th and 8th Documenta (1982, 1987), the Venice Biennale (1980 and 2001) and the São Paulo Biennial (2002). His works are in numerous public and private collections throughout North and South America, Europe and Japan.

 

The exhibition will represent 43 works of art in a wide range of media such as painting, photography, video, sculpture, drawing, performance, and mixed media. The period depicted will be from 1977 to 2014. This carefully curated exhibit will enable Split and Croatia the insight into the creation of one of the most outstanding international contemporary Portuguese artists. Other participants in this exhibition are João Silvério (curator), Radoslav Tomić (academician), Branko Franceschi and Duje Mrduljaš (principals).

 

The exhibit begins Tuesday, May 17th at 20:00 at Ulica Kralja Tomislava 15. Don't miss it!

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