Jasmina Šarić and Petra Šarin
The Radoslav Putar Award, founded in 2002, is preparing its twenty-first edition this year. This year, the jury will again choose four finalists of the Radoslav Putar Award, who will present an exhibition in Split, at
Salon Galić, on Tuesday, June 14, 2022, at 8:00 p.m. where the name of the Winner of the Award will be announced.
Exhibition Finale 2022 !!! we are preparing with our partner the Croatian Association of Fine Artists, HULU-Split.
Winner of the Radoslav Putar Award gets the opportunity to spend two months on a residency at ResidencyUnlimited in New York, to present a solo exhibition at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Zagreb, and since 2020, thanks to Gallery S from Koprivnica, he/she gets the opportunity to produce new work , a multiorigonal. The Winner of the Radoslav Putar Award will also become a member of the Award jury in its next annual cycle.
Jasmina Šarić , Split (1989) is a curator, cultural manager and co-founder of Culture Hub Croatia, a non-profit organisation based in Split that explores new approaches to non-institutional art practices and educational methodologies and since 2021 managing creative hub Prostor, where she works as an artistic director. Jasmina has an MA in art history and philosophy from the University of Split (2013) and MA in curatorial studies, art management and law from Stockholm University (2019). She has been working as an independent curator since 2013 in Croatia and abroad and since 2018 she is a member of artistic-curatorial collective Tails. Her work is based around participatory and community projects, collective work, public art and space as a site for curatorial research.
Petra Šarin, Zagreb (1992) has a Master’s degree in Art History and Portuguese Language and Literature from Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb. Since 2020 she has been a PhD student of Art History at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at Nova University of Lisbon, Portugal. She is currently researching the representation of women workers and the conceptualization of ‘female work’ in works of Portuguese art and Croatian art from 1930s to 1950s, which she tends to interpret within the framework of social reproduction theory. She works as independent curator and art critic for the Croatian website Vizkultura. In 2021 she developed and organized a free education program entitled “How to think about urbanism and public space?”, which analyses public space as a place that reflects cultural policies and dominant social and gender relations. Her areas of interest are art theory, art history from a Marxist feminist point of view, socially engaged artistic practices and rethinking the public space.