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David Maljkovic, Frustrated painter or something about painting, 2003
*1973, lives and works in Zagreb
Education / residences :
Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten, Amsterdam
Cite Internationales des Arts, Paris
Academy of Fine Arts, University of Zagreb, Multimedia alternative
Academy of Fine Arts, University of Zagreb, Department of Painting
Faculty of Philosophy, University of Rijeka, Art Department
Exhibitions from 2000:
Amsterdam, Annet Gelink Gallery (+ Carlos Amorales, Skafte Kuhn, Jenny Perlin, John Pilson, Dirk Skreber); Eindhoven, van Abbemuseum, artist book presentation & exhibition; Riga, Riga Gallery; Amsterdam, Rosa Barba Studio, "Telegram" (+ Rosa Barba, Banu Cennetoglu, Diango Hernandez, Mira Sanders); Berlin, KW Institute for Contemporary Art, The Imaginary Number; Paris, La Plateau (with Joan Jonas); Prague, National Gallery, International Biennia of Contenporary Art
Basel, Art 36 Basel, Artists books; Napoli, T293, Present Perfect, (+ Jan Christensen, Martin Sedlak; Istanbul Biennial 9 (Curated by Charles Esche & Vasif Kortun); Zagreb, MSU Zagreb Retrospective of Croatian Video Art; Tirana Biennial 3, 7Go Inside; Amsterdam, Annet Gelink Gallery, Waiting Tomorrow; Helsinki, MUU Copenhagen, Nikolaj centre of contemporary art; Luneburg, Halle fur Kunst; Amsterdam, W139
Cetinje, Love it or Leave it, Cetinje Biennial 5; Peja, Exit Gallery, Exhibition on Nature and Society; Zagreb, Nova Gallery, Normalisation
Amsterdam, R.A.B.K.; Rijeka, Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Emerging Artists
Zagreb, Miroslav Kraljeviu Gallery, Paintings for Everyday; Zagreb, 36th Zagreb Salon; Palma de Mallorca/Spain, Casal Balaguer, Slow Watching; Ljubljana/Slovenia, Mestna Gallery, Start; Prag, Manes Gallery, Filip trade Collection;
Zagreb, Museum of Contemporary Art, Here Tomorrow
Zagreb, 26th Salon Of Young Artists
Skopje, 4th International Student Biennale
Charles Esche, pref, cat, 9th Istanbul Biennial, Istanbul, 2005.
Charles Esche, interview, artist book ‚Place with limited premeditation’, published by Artimo, Amsterdam, 2005.
Anselm Franke, The Imaginary Number, pref, cat, KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin , 2005.
Branko Franceschi, Again for tomorrow, pref, cat, International Biennial of Contemporary Art, Prague, 2005.
What, How and for Whom, Normalisation, pref.cat, Nova Gallery, Zagreb, 2004.
Natasa Ivancevic, Emerging artists, pref, cat, Museum of Modern and
Contemporary Art, Rijeka, 2003.
Roxana Marcoci, Here Tomorrow, pref, cat, Museum of Contemporary Art,
Andrej Medved, What is there left of Croatian painting, pref, cat, 36th
Flash Art, Aperto Zagreb, What, How and for Whom, Vol. XXXIV, 2002.
Art Review, tale of 12 cities \endash Zagreb, Ivana Bobic, Vol. LIII, 2002.
Branko Franceschi, Paintings for everyday use, pref, cat, M. Kraljeviu
Gallery, Zagreb, 2002.
Branko Franceschi, Space and Walls, pref, cat, Mali Salon, Rijeka, 2002.