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'''Sanja Iveković''' (1949, Zagreb) is a Croatian artist.  
 
'''Sanja Iveković''' (1949, Zagreb) is a Croatian artist.  

Revision as of 10:39, 1 July 2020


Sanja Iveković, 1975. Photo: Dalibor Martinis.
Collections MoMA 19, Generali 14, Kontakt 8, Reina Sofia 3, Stedelijk 1, Macba 1

Sanja Iveković (1949, Zagreb) is a Croatian artist.

Born in Zagreb, where she graduated from The Academy of Fine Arts and had her first solo exhibition in 1970. Her art production has spanned a range of media such as photography, performance, video and installations. The point of departure of her work was (and has remained until today) her own person, her own life - and by putting this theme into a broader context - the situation of women in our time and society. On Croatian art scene she was the first women artist who called herself a feminist artist. She lectures at the Center for Women's Studies in Zagreb since its begining in 1994. She is a founder of Electra - The Women's Art Center Zagreb.

Publications

  • Structure – Book, Ljubljana: P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E., 2011, [100] sheets. Artist's book. [1]

Catalogues

  • Sanja Iveković: Public Cuts, Ljubljana : Zavod P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E., 2006, 80 pp. Essay by Bojana Pejić. Published in conjunction with the exhibition Road Works in Ljubljana, at P74 Center and Gallery, Oct 2006; and in Velika Gorica, Croatia, at the Galzenica Gallery, in Nov 2006.
  • Sanja Iveković. Urgent Matters, Eindhoven: Van Abbemuseum, and Utrecht: BAK, 2009.
  • Roxana Marcoci, Sanja Ivekovic: Sweet Violence, New York: MoMA, 2011, 192 pp.
  • more

Interviews

Literature

See also

Links