Croatian sculptor Teo Herceg has been selected to participate in the prestigious London Art Biennale 2023. The event is scheduled to take place from July 26th to July 30th, 2023.
He will be showcasing his diptych sculpture titled “Which came first, the cow or the udder?”. The London Art Biennale is considered one of the most important art events globally and will feature the works of 400 artists from 80 countries, including the talented Croatian sculptor Teo Herceg.
Teo Herceg has already attracted attention within the art community with his unique creative expression. Born in 1998, he has achieved significant success in the art world, earning a master’s degree in sculpture in 2022, following his completion of a bachelor’s degree in sculpture in 2021/2022, and obtaining a Baccalaureus degree in sculpture in 2021.
The recognition he receives through his selection to the world-renowned London Art Biennale holds great significance for the talented Croatian sculptor.
“I am extremely happy and excited about the invitation to participate in the London Art Biennale 2023. This is an incredible opportunity for me as a young artist to present my work to an international audience and experts from the art industry. I am grateful for the support I have received and ready to explore new horizons and contribute to the artistic dialogue at this prestigious event,” said Teo Herceg ahead of the exhibition in London.
Teo Herceg has participated in numerous exhibitions, workshops, collaborations, and competitions both in Croatia and abroad. Herceg’s participation in the London Art Biennale 2023 allows him to showcase his artistic creativity to an international audience and established experts in the art world. His exceptional skill, innovation, and vision will undoubtedly secure him a well-deserved place among the most prominent artists exhibiting at this renowned event.
Herceg eagerly and proudly anticipates his participation in the London Art Biennale, where he will represent Croatia as the sole representative and showcase his work, contributing to cultural dialogue and artistic development. This significant step in the young artist’s career promises a bright future in the world of contemporary art.