Opening August 11, 21h
Contemporary art gallery Charlama
Galerija savremene umjetnosti Charlama
The exhibition, whose opening is scheduled for 11th of August this year, will bring together a large number of significant artists and their works from BiH, region and the world. Concept of the exhibition is to present the authors who have previously exhibited or are in some way part of the Charlama’s art network.
The Gallery of Contemporary Art Charlama, along with the renovation, is preparing an international exhibition which will be presented to the work of many significant artists from the contemporary art practice – works of leading authors from BiH and the region, with the participation of some of the notable names from Europe and the world. Curator of the exhibition is a Bosnian artist of international reputation Jusuf Hadžifejzović, who for years, in addition to its own author works, is presenting contemporary world art tendency in BiH and region. His name is associated with the highest prewar contemporary art event held in BiH “Yugoslav documents”, while in the period of 2007-2012. successfully led gallery Charlama whose work is rough decisions of the ex-management JPK Skenderija was interrupted in 2013.
During the period from 2008 till 2012, this gallery was the epicenter of contemporary art practice in BiH and the region, and in a short space gained cult status in the cultural and artistic community in Sarajevo. It is exhibited or performed his work (exhibitions, performances, interventions in public spaces, video and film screenings, theatrical happenings, book promotions, etc.) tens of renowned artists from Bosnia and Herzegovina, the region and around the world, and extensive number of international media (The New York Times, La Republica, Art Forum and others) wrote about its activities.
The exhibition will include the works of the following artists: Aleksandar Saša Bukvić, Šahin Šišić, Kemal Hadžic, Alma Grain, Milomir Kovačević, Uroš Đurić, Dragan Sovilj, Eun Soo Lim, Mimmo Catania, Zlatan Hadžifejzović, Meliha Teparić, Dženan Hadžihasanović, Daniel Bow, Nela Hasanbegović, Adela Jušić, Andreja Dugandžić, Jelena Jelača, Nash Paripović, Emir Mutevelić, Emina Huskić, Gordana Anđelić Galić, Emir Krajišnik, Radenko Milak, Roman Uranjek, Danica Dakić, Maja Bajević, Donata Wenders, Selma Selman, Muhamed Bajramović, Nina Komel, Mila Panić, Alma Grind, Lana Čmajčanin, Goran Trbiljak, Ivan Kožarić, Vlado Martek, Muradif Čerimagić, Fikret Libovac, Edo Vejselović, Sanjin Jukić, Aleksandar Dimitrijević, Tulek Emir, Sven Stilinović, Aleksandar Denić, Tajči Čekada, Damir Čargonja Čarli, Sanja Latinović, Ana Janković, Sonja Đuranović, Roman Đuranović, Azra Subašić, Milija Pavičević, Damir Nikšić, Dženat Dreković, Damir Stojnić, Emir Kapetanović, Christiana Biron, Zijah Gafić, Nebojša Šeric Šoba, Vladimir Dodig Trokut, Jasmin Duraković, Jusuf Hadžifejzović, and works of authors who are no longer among the living: Dmitri Prigov, Mladen Stilinović, Saša Marković Microbe, Željko Jerman, Laslo Kereks and Andy Warhol.
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