ZAGREB, Aug 30 (Hina) – The 11th edition of the Organ Vida international photography festival “Hesitant Images” will be held from September 2 to October 4 in Zagreb, and in addition to famous foreign artists, it will feature first solo exhibitions by two young artists, Deni Horvatic and Katarina Juricic.
Art historian Deni Horvatic won the last year’s Marina Viculin award, given by the Organ Vida photography association in recognition of outstanding achievement in the field of Croatian photography.
His exhibition SKEN, curated by Lovro Japundzic, opens September 3 in the Miroslav Kraljevic Gallery, and it will include a series of twelve works depicting the concept of privacy during self-isolation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The solo exhibition by photographer Katarina Juricic, titled Orange&Blue, opens September 3 in the Karas Gallery, and the curator is Lea Vene. The exhibition will feature a series of photographs that ultimately form a spatial installation, questioning light, shapes and colours – the elementary particles that make up every photograph.
The main exhibition in the Museum of Contemporary Art will include works by ten international artists (Liza Ambrossio, Martha Frieda Friedel, Marko Gutic Mizimakov, Zhao Qian, Oskar Schmidt, Samar Al Summary, Indre Urbonaite, Emilio Vavarella, Shelli Weiler and Alba Zari), as well as three solo exhibitions: Mission Teens by Meriem Bennani, Black and White by Filip Custic, and Narrative Reflections on Looking by Victoria Sin.
The curators of this year’s Organ Vida festival are Barbara Gregov, Lovro Japundzic, Klara Petrovic, Luja Simunovic and Lea Vene.