Catalogue promotion and artist’s talk
All or Nothing
| Thursday, October 4, 2018. @ 7:00 p.m.
Institute for Contemporary Art
Trg kralja Tomislava 20, Zagreb
On Thursday, October 4 at 7 pm at the Institute for Contemporary Art in Zagreb (Trg kralja Tomislava 20), a catalogue of the Marko Ercegović‘s exhibition All or Nothing will be launched, accompanied by an artist talk.
Moderated by Janka Vukmir and Jelena Pašić
At the exhibition, which was opened in September on two locations in Zagreb – at the Spot Gallery (Čanićeva 6) and at the Institute for Contemporary Art (Trg kralja Tomislava 20), the author presents his extensive photo series created over a period of an entire decade. At the Spot Gallery the author presents part of the series titled All or Nothing and at the Institute for Contemporary Art, the visitors have an opportunity to see the second part of the series, titled Freedom Frightens Me. The exhibition is on view on both locations until Friday, October 5 (opening hours Tuesday – Saturday 12:00 – 7:00 p.m.). The day before, on Thursday, October 4 an accompanying catalogue will be presented, co-published by the Institute for Contemporary Art and Office for Photography.
Publication design by Igor Kuduz.
Sve ili ništa | All or Nothing
texts: Janka Vukmir, Jelena Pašić
23.6 x 16.5 cm
bilingual, Croatina and English
ISBN 978-953-58679-7-5 (UZF)
ISBN 978-953-8027-07-9 (ISU)
* After the promotion, the book will be available at a promotional price.
Marko Ercegović was born in Dubrovnik, and now lives and works in Zagreb. He graduated in Cinematography from the Academy of Dramatic Art in Zagreb. He received numerous awards and his work was presented at a number of exhibitions in Croatia and abroad.
The exhibition is realized in cooperation between the Institute for Contemporary Art and Office for Photography. Its execution and the realization of the catalogue was made possible by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia, City of Zagreb and City of Dubrovnik.
* photo: Marko Ercegović’s exhibition at the Institute for Contemporary Art and the Spot Gallery (photos by M. Ercegović)