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On September, 20, 2017 in Home of HDLU, popular Meštrović Pavilion, opens the fourth edition of important cultural manifestation The Biennial of Painting, which will remain open until October, 29. Through the works of 38 selected artists and 10 invited artist a cross-section of the prominent Croatian painting scene in the last two years will be represented.

Traditionally, within The Biennial of Painting, the exhibition of foreign authors is also hosted, which, according to the guest curator’s concept, represents the cross-section of the painting art scene of one of European cities (2011, “I am Berliner”, Berlin; 2013, “Vienna Calling”, Vienna; 2015, “Exporting Gdańsk”, Gdansk). This year the EXTENDED PAINTING PRAG exhibition will be hosted. The exhibition is under the curator concept of Marek Schovánek, who will represent prominent artists from the contemporary Prague art scene, including Jiří David, representative of the Czech Republic at the Venice Biennale in 2015.

 

NEWS

As part of program development of The Biennial of Painting, this year we will offer visitors several novelties.

Recognizing the importance of The Biennial of Painting manifestation, in agreement with HDLU, the Modern Gallery will, from October, 3 until November, 5, hold a solo exhibition of prominent painter Slavko Šahaj, in order to revaluate the worth and influence of the old masters of painting on today’s art scene.

Furthermore, as the beginning of the decentralization of The Biennial of Painting, we announce the presentation of a part of the exhibition, which will be held in 2018, from March, 7 until April, 8 in the Varaždin City Museum.

 

Damir Sobota, NAAN, 2017

 

 

The Biennial of Painting was established by Croatian Association of Artists (HDLU) in 2011 with an idea of presenting the current state of Croatian painting scene with an exhibition that represents a wide section of artworks from generations that actively shape it.

The Biennale follows the development and current achievements of Croatian painting scene, featuring recognizable performances and authors in the last two years. The Biennial of Painting provides the wider public with the opportunity to meet different generations, heritage and poetics employed by the painting scene in one place.

 

Selection committee of The 4. Biennial of Painting: Tomislav Buntak, Željko Marciuš, Melinda Šefčić, Robert Šimrak and Josip Zanki selected 38 artists to be represented on 4. Biennale of painting:

Grgur Akrap, Duga Bobanović, Viktor Daldon, Fedor Fischer, Danko Friščić, Martina Grlić, Duje Jurić, Ivana Jurić, Marija Koruga, Davor Krelja i Danica Franić (Heavenly Image Corporation), Koraljka Kovač, Ivica Malčić, Mitar Matić, Andrea Musa, Monika Meglić, Vida Meić, Marina Mesar OKO, Goran Novaković, Pavle Pavlović, Lav Paripović, Lydia Patafta, Ivan Prerad, Ana Ratković Sobota, Domagoj Rogina, Mario Romoda, Damir Sobota, Miran Šabić, Stjepan Šandrk, Bojan Šumonja i Marko Jakše, Stipan Tadić, Ivana Tkalčić, Josip Tirić, Predrag Todorović, Nataša Vuković, Eugen Varzić, Matko Vekić, Marko Zeman

and invited 10 artists: Spartak Dulić, Dalibor Jelavić, Zlatko Keser, Željko Kipke, Zoltan Novak, Igor Rončević, Đuro Seder, Robert Šimrak (Grand prix of The 3. Biennial of Painting), Miro Vuco, Anabel Zanze.

 

The involvement of Croatian Postal Bank as the general sponsor of The 4. Biennial of Painting has made possible to grant two monetary awards for outstanding artists: HPB Grand Prix and HPB award for young artist. At the initiative of the anonymous philanthropist, inspired by the opus of the young artist Iva Vraneković, in her memory and as a stimulus for work and production of young artists a monetary Award Iva Vraneković – artist to the artist will be given, accompanied by a prize exhibition in Gallery 3.14.

 

The announcement of the winners and the award ceremony, along with the promotion of the catalogue, will be held in the final week of The 4. Biennial of Painting.

 

SIDE PROGRAM of The 4. Biennial of Painting.:

Guided tours of the exhibition:

During Biennial, every Thursday at 5.30pm a guided tour of the exhibition will be organized. Meeting point is in front of Bačva Gallery, Home of HDLU, Trg žrtava fašizma 16, Zagreb. The tours are free of charge with presentation of the exhibition ticket.

For groups bigger than 10 visitor or outside of above written term, please send a request at martina.hdlu@gmail.com

 

Exhibition:

Slavko Šohaj

Modern Gallery, Andrije Hebranga 1, Zagreb

October, 3 – November, 5, 2017

 

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GUEST EXHIBITION

EXTENDED PAINTING PRAGUE

physical and conceptual deviations

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Jiří David, 11 tuzek, 2016

 

Exhibition EXTENDED PAINTING PRAGUE represents painting that has provisionally been released from its conventions, practices and institutions stands alone, with a contextualizing argument, as a form of art in and of itself. Consequently, in order to articulate painting; it must be grasped not as a practice but as an idea. Sleight of hand will bind the selections together with subtle deviations from the traditional towards expressionism and concept art. Works with non-traditional approaches to painting, works from young artists, as well as from older thus baring no time orientation, painting confronting the digital age, artists that reverse the canvas, incorporate the kinetic, collaborate on works of art, paint beyond the canvas. This exhibition is a portrait of approaches to the classic medium of painting that seeks to transcend the media and extend the general vocabulary of the medium. Narrative, image, expressive gesture and false reality are some of the many ‘ideas’ carried by the conceptually expanded vehicular medium of painting. This exhibition attempts to articulate some of these ideas.

Curator: 

Marek Schovánek

Featuring artists:

Kateřina Barabášová, Josef Bolf, Jiří David, Jiří Cernicky, Krištof Kintera, Petr Pisarik, Peter Sadofsky & Dan Trantina, Marek Schovánek, Ivana Štenclová & Pavel Forman.

 

ABOUT THE CURATOR

EXTENDED PAINTING PRAGUE – PREFACE

Web page of The Biennale of Painting

 

WORKING HOURS

Opening of the exhibition: September, 20, 2017, at 7pm

Tuesday to Friday 11am – 7pm
Saturday – Sunday 10am – 6pm
Monday and holidays (and October, 8) – closed

 

TICKETS:

20 kn for citizenship
10 kn for students and seniors, upon presentation of valid documents;
10 kn for groups (more than five people, price per person)
10 kn for regular members of the Association ULUPH, HDD, UHA, ORIS, HULU Split, HDLU Osijek, HDLU Rijeka, HDLU Dubrovnik, HDLU Istria, HDLU Varaždin on presentation of a valid membership card;
Free for regular members of the HDLU, AICA, ICOM, DPUH, HND and students of the Academy of Fine Arts and students of the Faculty of Philosophy, direction of art history or ethnology and cultural anthropology, upon presentation of valid documents.

Tickets can be purchased at the box office HDLU during working hours of the exhibition.

 

 

 

36. MOUNTAINS FESTIVAL – PROGRAM

We are bringing you the program of 36 Mountains festival in Bačva Gallery:

07.09. Thursday

19:00 Opening

DJ PROGRAM

Jan Kinčl Zero i Regis Kattie / Pytzek

22:30 Opening Party (Mojo Bar)

 

08.09. Friday

Lectures

16:00 Nanobit

17:00  Tea Jurišić

17:45  Olle Halvars & Tomas Nilsson

18:30 Nebojša Cvetković

19:15  Klara Rusan

DJ PROGRAM (20:00-22:00)

Corea

 

09.09. Saturday

Workshops

11:00—14:00  VJ-ing Workshop

14:00—16:00 Linocut printmaking

16:00—17:00 Papercutting

17:30—20:00 How to make and keep a visual diary

20:30 Presentation of VJ-ing Workshop

 

10.09. Sunday

Open for visit

 

Selected artists are: Nevena Aleksovski (SRB), Anja Bartelt (GER), Ivana Bugarinović (CRO), Ivana Castellano (ARG), Anita Cella Celić (CRO), Jae Criddle (AUS), Cinzia Franceschini (ITA), Irena Gajić (SRB), Masu (SWE), Barbora Idesová (SK), Marichoo (CRO), Marija Koruga (CRO), Iva Tori (SRB), Ivo Matić (CRO), Ivana Pipal (CRO), Filip Pomykalo (CRO), Laura Savina (ITA), Tom Abbiss Smith (UK), Anja Sušanj (CRO), Lovro Škiljić (CRO), Stipan Tadić (CRO), Ninja Tiger (CRO), Hana Tintor (CRO), Mladen Udovičić (CRO), Vendi Vernić (CRO) i Dominik Vuković (CRO).

Invited artists are: Artu Ditu (CRO), Puk Ewdokia Rosendahl (DEN), Olle Halvars and Tomas Nilsson (SWE), Tomislav Lonac (CRO), Željko Lončar (SRB), Maja Marković (CRO), Maša Milovac (CRO), Ana Sladetić (CRO), Tarwuk (CRO), Nikola Vrljić (CRO) and Ivan Lušičić LiiK (CRO).

Festival web page

 

WORKING HOURS DURING THE FESTIVAL:
Opening on September, 7, 7pm
September, 8 and September, 9  10am – 10pm
September, 10 10am – 6pm

FEDOR FISCHER
Collapse
Bačva Gallery, Home of Croatian Fine Artists
August, 24 – September, 3, 2017


Opening of the exhibition: Thursday, August 24 at 8pm at the Bačva Gallery

Exhibition Collapse, by academic painter Fedor Fischer will open on Thursday, August 24 at 8pm at the Bačva Gallery in the Home of Croatian Fine Artists.

At the 3rd Biennial of Painting in 2015, artwork of Fedor Fischer, with which he anticipated a great creative turn, now for the first time represented as a whole in this exhibition, got Special HPB Acknowledgement by the Award jury. That is why his solo exhibition Collapse is considered an announcement for the 4th Biennial, which is opening on September, 20 in Home of Croatian Fine Artists in Zagreb.

As noted by Josip Zanki, the President of HDLU, in the last few years, academic painter Fedor Fischer has made a big turn in his art poetics. From figurative and narrative painting built on the traditions of the German middle generation (such as works of Jörg Immendorff) and the legacy of the Leipzig school (especially Neo Rauch’s), Fischer has transformed himself into a painter who builds a painting as an object. (…) New works, which he represents in the Bačva Gallery (…) start from the materiality of the painting-object. Fischer uses the material of the canvas as something completely realistic and physical, and for the first time in Croatian contemporary art he moves boundaries and methods of painting procedures. (…) By following the footsteps of his art role models, Fischer on his Collapse exhibition, opens up new questions on how to treat paintings-objects, an idea of painting as soil, and in the end “the infinity of surface”, in which he believes as much as he believes in the painting. It is this infinity that opens up to us in the continuous circle of the Bačva Gallery.

 

Preface

About the artist

 

Supported by:

        

 

Working hours:

Wednesday – Friday 11 to 7pm, Saturday and Sunday 10 to 6pm.
Mondays, Tuesdays and holidays (August, 5) closed.

The exhibition will remain open until September, 3, 2017

 

Croatian Association of Fine Artists cordially invites You to the Summer Exhibition Thursday on Thursday, August 3 at 8pm with 3 exhibition openings.

Exhibition openings will be accompanied by concert performance at 9pm with Reinhard Süss (composer and E-Piano), Tanja Süss (cello) and Theresa Hajni (clarinet) and reading from Wolfgang Bleier (with Sead Muhamedagić’s translation) at Club HDLU

The Annual Member’s Exhibition is a revue exhibition which, in line with its long tradition, gives the public an insight into current production, achieved in all disciplines: from classical to new media.

The site-specific installation Spaces between Land, Water and Sky (2017) has been created by Silvia Maria Grossmann, guided and inspired by the Bačva Gallery. The gallery’s circular space (a rotunda designed by Ivan Meštrović) influenced how the installation was set up, and also provided a perfect response to the artist’s poetry. In her installation, Grossmann examines the symbolism of fabled rivers, but also to the relationship between the wind, sea and light.

More about the exhibition

This project is the result of several years of international cooperation between Croatian Association of the Fine Artists (HDLU) and the Westdeutscher Kunstlerbund (WKB), the last of which was exhibition  “(re) thinking Space & Place”, a presentation of Croatian artists ona a group exhibition in Flottmann-Hallen in 2015, in Herne, Germany. Before that, in 2014, WKB members presented themselves at the PM Gallery in the Home of Croatian Fine Artists. Collaboration continues with the project “Expanding photography”, which discusses photography as an expanded medium.

More about the exhibition

Westdeutscher Kunstlerbund (WKB)
Expanding photography
Curators: Claudia Rinke i Elly Valk-Verheijen
PM Gallery, Home of Croatian Fine Artists / Meštrović Pavilion
Trg žrtava fašizma 16, Zagreb
August, 3 – September, 3, 2017

Opening of the exhibition: Thursday, August 3 at 8pm at the PM Gallery.

Group exhibition Expanding photography, by Westdeutscher Kunstlerbund (WKB) will open on Thursday, August 3 at 8pm at the PM Gallery in the Home of Croatian Fine Artists / Meštrović Pavilion.

This project is the result of several years of international cooperation between Croatian Association of the Fine Artists (HDLU) and the Westdeutscher Kunstlerbund (WKB), the last of which was exhibition  “(re) thinking Space & Place”, a presentation of Croatian artists on a a group exhibition in Flottmann-Hallen in 2015, in Herne, Germany. Before that, in 2014, WKB members presented themselves at the PM Gallery in the Home of Croatian Fine Artists. Collaboration continues with the project “Expanding photography”, which discusses photography as an expanded medium.

“The exhibition is not composed of pure photographs for the most part, but 16 artistic positions which reinterpret and alienate these images, as well as using photographic material and techniques and including these in other art forms. Here, a wide range of different approaches and ways of dealing with photography is shown, from purely photographic techniques, such as the photogramme, up to the study of the reproduction mechanisms of the Internet. The visitor is invited to deal with his habits of perception and his own approach to photography, and possibly to question these.”

(From catalogue preface, written by Claudia Rinke)

Artists: Nora Schattauer, Klaus Küster, Nina Brauhauser, Alwin Lay, Ulrich Haarlammert, Katja Butt, Frauke Dannert, Christiane Erhard, Oster / Közle, Kyoung Jae Cho, Denise Winter, Christoph Wester Meier, Peter Buchwald, Evangelos Koukouwitakis, Walter Schernstein i Jens Sundheim.

Curators: Claudia Rinke i Elly Valk-Verheijen

Preface

Organizers:

    

Supported by:

 

 

Working hours:

Wednesday – Friday 11 to 7pm, Saturday and Sunday 10 to 6pm.
Mondays, Tuesdays and holidays (August, 5) closed.

The exhibition will remain open until September, 3, 2017

Silvia Maria Grossmann
Spaces between land, water and sky
Bačva Gallery, Home of Croatian Fine Artists / Meštrović Pavilion
Trg žrtava fašizma 16, Zagreb
August, 3 – August, 20, 2017

Opening of the exhibition: Thursday, August 3 at 8pm at the Bačva Gallery. Exhibition opening will be accompanied by concert performance at 9pm with Reinhard Süss (composer and E-Piano), Tanja Süss (cello) and Theresa Hajni (clarinet) and reading from Wolfgang Bleier.

Exhibition Spaces between land, water and sky, by Silvia Maria Grossmann will open on Thursday, August 3 at 8pm at the Bačva Gallery in the Home of Croatian Fine Artists / Meštrović Pavilion. Exhibition opening will be accompanied by concert performance at 9pm with Reinhard Süss (composer and E-Piano), Tanja Süss (cello) and Theresa Hajni (clarinet) and reading from Wolfgang Bleier in Club HDLU.

(…) In her work, Silvia Maria Grossmann describes real landscapes in which land and sea meet, where rivers flow into seas and oceans. But she also deals with the cultural spaces where the Alpine and the Mediterranean meet. All these landscapes represent borderline worlds. The living beings found in such places represent not only the connection between different elements, but also between symbolic forms. In these borderline spaces the transformation from the non-manifested to the manifested takes place, from chaos to cosmos. It is here where the ray of creation travels from minerals through plants and animals to man, elementary beings and angels. (…)

(…) The site-specific installation Spaces between Land, Water and Sky (2017) has been created by Silvia Maria Grossmann, guided and inspired by the Bačva Gallery. The gallery’s circular space (a rotunda designed by Ivan Meštrović) influenced how the installation was set up, and also provided a perfect response to the artist’s poetry. In her installation, Grossmann examines the symbolism of fabled rivers, but also to the relationship between the wind, sea and light. (…)

(From catalogue preface, written by Josip Zanki)

Preface
About the artist

Announcement:

The exhibition will also accompany the artist talk with Silvia Maria Grossmann and simultaneous translation of Sead Muhamedagić on August 20th at 11 am.

 

Supported by:

 

 

 

Working hours:

Wednesday – Friday 11 to 7pm, Saturday and Sunday 10 to 6pm.
Mondays, Tuesdays and holidays (August, 5) closed.

The exhibition will remain open until August 20, 2017

 

Info

Home of HDLU – Meštrović Pavilion Ring Gallery, Barrel Gallery, Expanded Media Gallery Trg žrtava fašizma 16, Zagreb, Map... T + 385 (0) 1 46 11 818, 46 11 819 F + 385 (0) 1 45 76 831 E-mail: info@hdlu.hr, Ticket price: 20 kn for citizenship
10 kn for students and seniors, upon presentation of valid documents;
10 kn for groups (more than five people, price per person)
10 kn for regular members of the Association ULUPH, HDD, UHA, ORIS, HULU Split, HDLU Osijek, HDLU Rijeka, HDLU Dubrovnik, HDLU Istria, HDLU Varaždin on presentation of a valid membership card;
Free for regular members of the HDLU, AICA, ICOM, DPUH, HND and students of the Academy of Fine Arts and students of the Faculty of Philosophy, direction of art history or ethnology and cultural anthropology, upon presentation of valid documents.
Tickets can be purchased at the box office HDLU during working hours of the exhibition.
For other inquiries regarding tickets, please contact us at hdlu@hdlu.hr

WORKING HOURS
Tuesday to Friday 11am – 7pm
Saturday – Sunday 10am – 6pm
Monday and holidays (October, 8) closed

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