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IVANA JURIĆ at the 4th Biennial of Painting


On September, 20, 2017 in Home of HDLU, popular Meštrović Pavilion, opens the fourth edition of important cultural manifestation The Biennial of Painting, which will remain open until October, 29. Through the works of 38 selected artists and 10 invited artist a cross-section of the prominent Croatian painting scene in the last two years will be represented.


Traditionally, within The Biennial of Painting, the exhibition of foreign authors is also hosted, which, according to the guest curator’s concept, represents the cross-section of the painting art scene of one of European cities (2011, “I am Berliner”, Berlin; 2013, “Vienna Calling”, Vienna; 2015, “Exporting Gdańsk”, Gdansk). This year the EXTENDED PAINTING PRAG exhibition will be hosted. The exhibition is under the curator concept of Marek Schovánek, who will represent prominent artists from the contemporary Prague art scene, including Jiří David, representative of the Czech Republic at the Venice Biennale in 2015.
Opening 20/9/2017  
Meštrović Pavillion / Home of HDLU
GUEST EXHIBITION:  EXTENDED PAINTING PRAGUE / physical and conceptual deviations





INTERVIEW for the Art Magazine KONTURA - 8/2017




ART BODENSEE - Contemporary Art Fair



21 to 23 July 2017 / Dornbirn / Austria

Collectors, connoisseurs and newcomers will gather at the Art Bodensee in Dornbirn - international summer art fair from 21 to 23 July 2017.  

Ivana Jurić will exhibit series of collages at the HALLE 11/stand 16/ Gallery Artdepot, messe dornbirn

Gallery Artdepot / Artists: Nora Schöpfer, Ivana Juric, Marco Spitzar, Jakob Gasteiger, Wilhelm Scheruebl, Michael Kos and Peter Raneburger.










PARALLEL VIENNA 2016


Artdepot Gallery and Ivana Jurić (KO'LAŽ) at the Parallel Vienna 2016 / stand 1.17/1 OG
21 - 25 September 2016
12:00 - 19:00 h 





Parallel Vienna is taking place for the forth time in Vienna and remains true to its principle of using abandoned property in the city centre as a presentation platform for new and established art. The Parallel Vienna curator team chooses galleries, artists and curators and additionally invites project spaces which fit into the overall  concept. 
This year, Parallel Vienna presents an insight into and divergent works of new and established contemporary art for the forth time with more than 400 national and international artists, 20 galleries, 40 project spaces and 42 artist spaces, as well as 15 independent curators.





"COLLAPSE and COLLAGE" - exhibition
                                                                                                                  

Ivana Jurić and Fedor Fischer
SOLO EXHIBITION
                                                                                   

14.09 - 13.10.2016   
                                                       
Artdepot Gallery - Innsbruck
Opening 14.09. / 19 h
maximilianstraße 3
6020 innsbruck, austria











Zuccato Gallery, solo exhibition



Zuccato Gallery, Poreč HR

Opening 02.06.2016
















KO'LAŽ - Solo Exhibition



Ring Gallery, Meštrović Pavilion, Zagreb

Croatian Association of Fine Artists
Opening 19.05.2016, 19 pm.    

Preface: Feđa Gavrilović





UNUNSEPTIUM Group Exhibition 



Artdepot Gallery, Innsbruck AT

Short film "The Room" at the group exhibition UNUNSEPTIUM. 

Opening 04.08.2015, 19 pm




















Second Festival of world literature 



In early September, Zagreb is one of the centers of world literature, a place where new books will be present, where the authors will discuss their works and discuss many topics at round tables. 
"Second Festival of world literature" will be held 4 to 12 September 2014 at the Europa Cinema and library Bogdan Ogrizovića. 
Guests of the festival are Patrick DeWitt, Javier Cercasi, María Dueñas, Mathias Enardi, Anna Katharina Fröhlich, Sami Michael, Kjell West, Lawrence Norfolk, Bora Ćosić, Miljenko Jergović, Ante Tomić, Francesca Melandri, Slavenka Drakulić ... 
Drawings and paintings inspired by the motives from the books will be exhibited at the Studio Gallery of Modern Art "Josip Račić"


- Rabbit, typewriter and a big white plane -

Illustration inspired by the motives from the Bora Ćosić book "Mirni dani u Rovinju" 



                                    

KUKULJICA / PUPA



New movie in production
Director and Screenwriter: Ivana Jurić
Animation: Ivana Jurić
Short animated 6 min
Production: Kinorama
- production supported by Croatian Audiovisual Centre
- production supported by City of Zagreb - City Office for Education, Culture and Sport






Time Out Croatia
Croatian Contemporary Culture
(selection by Jonathan Bousfield) 

"Worldwide guide to what's happening in the most exciting cities and countries on the planet", timeout.com included in the section of Croatian contemporary culture author / director Ivana Jurić. Timeout.com is a popular website that offers an overview of hotels, museums, restaurants, festivals, various other tourist information and also has a chapter on cultural events, and general information from the fields of architecture, design, film, music, contemporary art, fashion, literature and performance."

link Time Out Croatia




CANNES - Cinderellas, queens and godmothers of CROATIAN FILM 2012/2013 


Ivana in the Croatian female filmmakers brochure. 
European Women's Audiovisual Network is delighted to share the Croatian Audiovisual Centre’s (HAVC's) fabulous brochure: "Cinderellas, Queens and Godmothers", which puts the spotlight on Croatian female filmmakers. The brochure was produced for the joint EWA/HAVC cocktail networking event in Cannes film festival. Highlights include details about leading Croatian producers and directors.












The Room bought by ARTE



The Room wins another recognition. Film was bought by French-German renown TV channel ARTE which in the category of new directors selects only five or six film titles per year. The Room has been screened yesterday in the Court-Circuit programme. The film is currently included on the ARTE's officialweb site 'La télévision de rattrapage' catch up TV.










''The Room'' at the NEW DIRECTORS/NEW FILMS Festival 2012, New York

New York, NY, February 22, 2012—The Film Society of Lincoln Center and the Museum of Modern Art announced the full lineup today for the 41st edition of New Directors/New Films (March 21 – April 1). Dedicated to the discovery of new works by emerging and dynamic filmmaking talent, the film festival will screen 29 feature films (24 narrative, 5 documentary) and 12 short films representing 28 countries.

Ivana's film The Room was selected for this edition of ND/NF Festival and was presented at the FSLC and MoMA. 
Q&A with Ivana took place after the screenings.

Organized by a selection committee comprising Jytte Jensen, Curator; Laurence Kardish, Senior Curator; and Rajendra Roy, The Celeste Bartos Chief Curator, Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art; and Marian Masone, Richard Peña, and Gavin Smith, The Film Society of Lincoln Center.






Lauba Cinema and Stop Motion Workshop


Lauba Cinema is intended to promote young and innovative film authors whose work will be screened in two categories; animated film and fiction or music video. Pogramm aims  to assist the artists providing them a space to interact and communicate while commenting and sharing ideas; giving them a ground on which they could establish future collaborations.
Ivana will present her film "The Room" and hold the stop motion workshop. 









''SOBA'' at the film festivals :





Croatian films at the Cannes film fair 

The Croatian Audiovisual Center continues its promotional activities in most important world film festivals and fairs. Just like in previous years, the sixty-fourth edition of the Cannes Film Festival shall become a springboard for twelve days (from 11 to 22 May 2011) for numerous world films, among which there are also four Croatian titles; a feature film for children “Koko i duhovi” (“Koko and the Ghosts”) of Daniel Kušan, and a historic drama “Lea i Darija” (“Lea and Darija”) of Branko Ivanda.


The projections at the fair Marché du Film will not be the only films shown in Cannes. In the Cannes Short Film Corner, the film “Soba” (“The Room”) of the affirmed Croatian director Ivana Juric shall also be presented among others. This is a supporting platform of the Cannes Film Fair and Festival that, through a digital video library, presents selected short films to film professionals of the world film industry (producers, distributers, festival programmers, TV stations, and other film institutions).






OPEN FIELD


Group exhibition / 2011 
Marisall Gallery (Zagreb)

The exhibition brings together eight contemporary Croatian artists, juxtaposing a wide range of generations and themes, thus, offering a kind of insight into current trends within the photography as a vital media.
Heterogeneity of the works exhibited indicates the richness of expression and possible approaches to the perception of photography as an open field to explore the possible directions of development of the media.

What unites the artists presented is a conceptual approach that does not restrain only on the technical possibilities of the media, than on the imagination, intuition and insistence on photographic integrity.

Artists: Ana Opalić, Goran Škofić, Hrvoje Slovenc, Ines Matijević-Cakić, Ivana Jurić, Milan Trenc, Mio Vesović, Sabina Mikelić


Ivana has exhibit a series of 16 photos - "The red".





''SOBA'' - GRAND PRIX at the Festival of Croatian Animated Film 

The 2nd Festival of Croatian Animated Film took place in Zagreb this weekend. It is a manifestation aimed at affirming, inspiring, and strengthening once again the animated film that brought us worldwide fame. The award ceremony was held on Sunday evening, and the film “Soba” (“The Room”) was declared the best film. The jury paid special attention to individualism of artistic expression and courage of artistic vision. Therefore the film “Soba” (“The Room”) with its approach to animation, design, eroticism, humor and provocation technique became the best and the most important film of this festival, explained Nikica Gilić, on behalf of the jury. Members of the jury of the Festival’s second edition were Nikica Gilić, film theoretician, Svjetlan Junaković, illustrator and last year’s best film award winner, and Phil Mulloy, British animator.





VIDEOMEDEJA

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Ivana will present her film "JA/I" at the International Video Festival VIDEOMEDEJA

''After more than 90 days of open call for submissions (June 20th - September 28th) festival received total 516 entries by authors from more than 50 countries (North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Australia and Africa). Additionally, there were about 100 previews sent by worldwide distributors.
Around the non formal subjects Dance and The City and Facing Prometheus, our curators Ivana Sremcevic, Dragan Zivancevic and Aleksandar Davic selected 31 work for the screening competition.
Within the media installations competition programme there is overall 14 works that include single and multichannel video installations, live AV  performance, software and net projects and even hybrid/hardware art.
This year we are proud to present programmes by our Jury members, new short film by Slobodan Šijan (Serbia) one of the most prominent film directors from ex-YU region, media installations and films/videos by well known artists and teachers Dan Oki (Croatia) and Max Hattler (United Kingdom).''