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Join us in September for the fourth edition of the Croatian art market focal event.

An overview of the best contemporary Croatian art on the market will once again be on display during Art Zagreb. 1.000 m2 will host the best galleries and artists on the Croatian market.
University of Zagreb Academy of Fine Art is organising an exhibition of students from all Croatian academies — Osijek, Rijeka, Split and Zagreb, making it a perfect opportunity to spot future talents in one place.
Croatian Society of Art Historians is preparing exhibitions of contemporary Croatian art and panels about current trends on the Croatian and the global art scene. Open call in April attracted many art historians and mentorial team: Ariana Kralj, Martina Petrinović, Patricia Počanić, Daniel Tomičić and Jadranka Vinterhalter has chosen four concepts by young female art historians from Zagreb and Rijeka. Hana Katanić is organising a panel on crypto art, Katarina Podobnik exhibition “The Begining: (de)construction”, Katerina Jovanović and Ana Žarković exhibition “Homo Faber”, and Ana Bedenko, Jozefina Ćurković with Tea Kantoci exhibition “Survival Kit”.

Marko Šošić, painter and assistant professor at the University of Osijek, will present a dozen oil–on–canvas paintings. Created in the past year and a half during the COVID–19 pandemic, they are intimate portraits of even more intimate moments of our deepest loneliness, absence and yearn falsely wrapped in an erotic visual exhibition.
Art organisation Yelo will launch the project Art Bubble / Art & Money. A serial of pop–up exhibitions on crowded locations that attract audiences and collectors. Curators will present exhibition concepts while artists will pick the best among them. This twist in roles is the essence of the Art Bubble project.
Lectures, panels and documentaries screenings will take place in the garden, just like parties that will conclude each day of the fair.

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