Ana Maria Maravić

Ana Maria Maravić was born in Zagreb. She attended the School of Applied Arts and Design where in 2014 she graduated in Sculpture. In the same year, she enrolled at the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb, majoring in Sculpture, and in 2016 she went to the class of Damir Mataušić, majoring in Small Sculpture and Medal Making. During her high school education, she participated in several group exhibitions. In 2019 she has her first solo exhibition Dancing through Life in the library of Marija Jurić Zagorka in Zagreb. In 2021, in collaboration with the artist Vita Jončić, She exhibited the interactive installation Boli me kuća in the Matica Hrvatska gallery in Zagreb, and in the Urban Park HD Karlovac. She has participated in many group exhibitions such as the Ivo Kerdić Memorial-Triennial of Croatian Medal Making and Small Sculpture in 2019, the Museum of Fine Arts in Osijek, Art Zagreb, the Technical Museum in Zagreb the same year, Venietis, Šira Gallery, Zagreb, the Okolo u Zagrebu project in 2018 and many others. 

She has also participated in many art colonies such as the 2019 Land Art Earth Art in Ozalj and Jakovlje, and with this project she is one of the winners of the Rector’s Award. She also won the award for best sculpture, Erste framenata 2020, Ships award of the Academy of Fine Arts students for the synergy of fine and plant arts 2021, FloraArt. In addition to sculpture, she is also involved in animation and works in various group projects. She is currently a final fifth year graduate student.