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izložba katarine ivanišin kardum

Still Landscapes Series Mountains II Bijakova, crtež na papiru, 2019.

19. 08. 2019. Janjina ("kuća na križanju")

Pejzaž je produžetak duše, odraz našeg unutrašnjeg stanja koji nije pred nama bez razloga. U prizoru goleme zgužvane stijene vidimo svjedočanstvo stvaranja. Iza prizora netko će razumjeti pojavu krša u neprekidnoj petlji vode i kamena, nastajanja i nestajanja. Netko drugi će u njemu otkriti geometrijski uzorak ili čak iskru u dubini zemlje, neviđeni energetski potencijal. Ja crtam ono što vidim, u prirodi, na starim ili novim fotografijama: ogromnu masu, na rubu čovjekova dohvata.

The landscape is an extension of the soul, a reflection of our inner condition that is not in front of us for no reason. In the scene of a vast crumpled rock we see the testimony of creation. Behind the scenes someone will understand the occurrence of karst in the continuous loop of water and stone, formation and dissolving. Another will discover in it a geometric pattern or even a spark in the depths of the earth, unprecedented energy potential. I draw what I see, in nature, in old or new photographs: a tremendous mass, at the very edge of Man's reach.

Katarina Ivanišin Kardum je umjetnica iz Dubrovnika. Diplomirala je slikarstvo na City and Guilds of London Art School 1998., a 2000. na Royal College of Art u Londonu završila dvogodišnji Master of Arts poslijediplomski studij slikarstva. Od 2000. do 2008. radi kao slobodna umjetnica i predavačica na diplomskom studiju koledža City and Guilds of London Art School. Nakon preseljenja u Hrvatsku, uz umjetnički rad, od 2009. do 2014. radi kao muzejska pedagogica Prirodoslovnog muzeja Dubrovnik, a od 2014. Tehničkog muzeja Nikola Tesla u Zagrebu. 
Sudjelovala je na više izložbama u Hrvatskoj i inozemstvu. U 2019., nakon izložbe Ptice i planine u Galeriji umjetnina Split, samostalno će izlagati u Art radionici Lazareti (ARL), Dubrovnik. Skupne izložbe uključuju: Prostori krajobraza, Galerija Prsten, HDLU, Zagreb (2019.); Ravna ploča, 26. slavonski bijenale, Muzej likovnih umjetnosti, Osijek (2018.-2019.); Užasi zavičaja, Sponza, Dubrovnik (u organizaciji ARL i Dubrovačkih ljetnih igara) (2018.); (Ne) osobno, Salon Galić, Split (2016.); Dubrovnik, Umjetnička galerija Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik (2016.); T-HT nagrada@msu.hr, Muzej suvremene umjetnosti, Zagreb (2015.); Otvaranje, ARL, Dubrovnik (2014.)

2015. dobitnica je 1. nagrade na natječaju T-HT nagrada@msu.hr za rad Still Landscape Series III. 
Javne zbirke uključuju: Muzej suvremene umjetnosti, Zagreb; Umjetnička galerija Dubrovnik; Grad Dubrovnik; British Government Art Collection, DFEE, London; City of London Institute; St. George's Hospital, London. 
Radovi su joj korišteni u filmovima: Second Act, redatelj Peter Segal (2018.); Holy Lands, redateljica Amanda Sthers (2017.) i Lara Croft: Tomb Raider, redatelj Simon West (2001.)
Majka je četvoro djece: Ivana (2004.), Magdalene (2008.), Marina (2012.) i Petra (2017.). Živi i radi u Dubrovniku, Zagrebu i na Draču. 


katarinaivanisin@yahoo.co.uk

Katarina Ivanišin Kardum is an artist from Dubrovnik. She graduated Fine Art Painting at the City and Guilds of London Art School in 1998. In 2000 she completed a two-year Master of Arts postgraduate Fine Art Painting Course at the Royal College of Art in London. From 2000 to 2008 she worked as a freelance artist and a lecturer on the graduate level at the City & Guilds of London Art School. After moving to Croatia, along with her artistic work she worked as a museum educator at the Dubrovnik Natural History Museum until 2014, and since at the Technical Museum Nikola Tesla in Zagreb. 
She has participated in numerous exhibitions in Croatia and abroad. In 2019, following the solo show Birds and Mountains at the Museum of Fine Arts Split, she will have a solo show at the Art Workshop Lazareti (ARL), Dubrovnik. Recent group shows include: Landscape Spaces, Prsten Gallery, HDLU, Zagreb (2019); Flat Earth, 26th Slavonian Biennial, Museum of Fine Arts, Osijek (2018): Horrors of the Homeland, Sponza Palace, Dubrovnik (organized by ARL and Dubrovnik Summer Festival) (2018); (Non) personal, Salon Galić, Split (2016); Dubrovnik, Museum of Modern Art, Dubrovnik (2015); Opening, ARL, Dubrovnik (2014).
In 2015, for her piece Still Landscape Series III, she won the 1st prize, T_HT Award at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb.
Public collections include: Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb; Museum of Modern Art, Dubrovnik; the City of Dubrovnik; British Government Art Collection, DFEE, London; City of London Institute; St. George's Hospital, London.

Her artworks were used in the following films: Second Act, directed by Peter Segal (2018); Holy Lands, directed by Amanda Sthers (2017), and Lara Croft: Tomb Raider, directed by Simon West (2001).
She is a mother of four children: Ivan (2004), Magdalena (2008), Marin (2012) and Petar (2017). She lives and works in Dubrovnik, Zagreb and Drače.

 
katarinaivanisin@yahoo.co.uk