Club Kocka Gallery, Youth Center Split, Ulica Slobode 28 OPENING: Friday, May 21st 2021 at 9pm The exhibit is open until Friday, May 28th. Viewings can […]
With his latest exhibition titled Afterwardsness the young Split-born artist Josip Šurlin makes his first appearance as part of the NMG@PRAKTIKA exhibition cycle.
Coming from his own personal interest in cruising (including both casual sex and spending time in nature), Kiernan Cobarrubia creates his work, based on a herbarium […]
OPENING: Thursday, 4th June 2020, at 20:30 h
DURATION: 4 June — 11 June from 20:30 to 22h
NMG@PRAKTIKA, Klub KOCKA
Youth center Split, Ulica slobode 28
The exhibition includes works by architects, artists and editors, all of which used animated GIFs to present their works related to spatial issues. Animated GIF is medium which is symptom of de-territorialisation when boundaries between time and space are erased. At the same time, it has capacity to document changes in history, to embody progressive architectural concepts and to give critical reflection on social realities. In short, it has capacity to present changes in topography, those smallest changes that can greatly affect living.
Dajana Džafo was born in 1988 in Split. After graduating from the School of Fine Arts in Split, she enrolled in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Studies in Split, and in 2013 she obtained the title of Bachelor of Art History and Philosophy. In the same year, she enrolled at the Arts Academy in Split, where she graduated in 2019 with the title of Master of Visual Culture and Fine Arts with a specialization in graphic arts, in the class of Professor Edvin Dragičević. Since 2019, she is a member of the Croatian Association of Visual Artists. She is the manager of several art projects and workshops. So far, she has realized one solo exhibited and participated in several group exhibitions.
Iva Džaja, a young artist, takes us for a completely unstressed walk through symbolical and abstract scenes that have occupied her photographic eye in the past two years, as she strolled aimlessly through urban spaces.
Nikolina Kuzmić was born in 1994 in Split. She graduated Painting from the Arts Academy in Split in class of Professor Nina Ivančić. She held a few solo shows and participated in a few group ones. She presented the Archive of Pathological Slides at this year’s HT Award for Croatian Contemporary Art at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Zagreb.
You must be wondering why this exhibition is titled Porno mix beach 2? Well you won’t find the answer to that question in this texts […]