June 1. 2020.
ULUPUH Gallery in Zagreb from 1 to 15 June 2020 presents the fourth edition of the biennial exhibition on eco-design – Art Eco / Šuma
Open to all media of applied arts, the theme of the exhibition is broad, current and inspiring enough that the authors can dedicate themselves to it without being “illustrators” of curatorial ideas. Each presented work bears the hallmark of an author’s manuscript and remains recognizable. What connects all the works, be it fashion, jewelry, ceramics, photography, land art, graphics, assembly, doll, caricature, photo-comic or installation, the starting motive is the same: environmental awareness spreads through art in an effort to contribute to the right values of life.
Exhibitors: Vesna Aralica, Ivana Bakal, Vedrana Balković, Stjepan Balja, Janko Belaj, Zdenka Bilušić, Lidia Boševski, Sasa Ćetković, Teodora de Both, Ines Delač, Marin Dražančić, Lidija Filipec – Stanislav, Smiljka Franjić, Tatjana Grgurina Vučetić, Karlo Gross , Ajla Hebib Spoljarec, Ruza Hodak, Ivan Ivan, Suzana Jagar-Vrkic, Vesna Jakic, Sanja Jakupec, Sasa Jantolek, Natasa Kabalin, Karaka design, Ada Kezic, Natasa Knezevic, Vesna Kolobaric, Andreja Kruselj, Eta Lincir, Andrijana Lucic, Iva Lulic, Lazer Rok Lumezi, Tomislav Maric, Alan Matuka, Alida Mezic, Dunja Naerlovic, Zlatko Odrcic, Zoran Osrecak, Andrea Pavetic, Margareta Persic, Bozica Petkovic, Nika Petrovic, Petra Podnarchuk, Lili Poljak, Zdravka Radic, Ranka Radovic, Natasa Rasovic Bodiš, Julijana Rodić Ozimec, Milena Rogulj, Andrea Rosandić, Hrvoje Serdar, Marin Sovar, Maja Strgar Kurečić, Sanja Šebalj, Vladimir Šimunić, Davor Šuk, Sonja Turner Fegić, Svebor Vidmar, Bojana Vuksanović, Ines Zrnc Gregorina and invited authors: Mario Aničić, Korana Gjalski Filipović, Ljerka Njerš.
Concept author: Davor Klarić
Curator and selector of the exhibition: Branka Hlevnjak
Due to the recommendations to avoid the spread of coronavirus infection, a classic opening in the gallery space will not be organized. The exhibition will be on view until June 15, weekdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The gallery is closed on Sundays and public holidays. Entrance to the exhibition is free.