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Andreja Kuluncic's art practice is characterised by the exploration of new models of social and communication relations, as well as an interest in socially involved topics. Kuluncic makes her own interdisciplinary networks, perceiving art as an investigation, a process of collaboration and self-organisation. She launches collaborative and collective projects, confronting with diverse audience, whose active participation she often pleads for in order to "complete" her works. Some of Andreja Kuluncic's frequent subjects are correlations between economy, transition, feminism and racism.

Her work has been presented at international exhibitions, including: Documenta 11 (Kassel), Manifesta 4 (Frankfurt/Main), 8. Istanbul Biennial (Istanbul), Liverpool Biennial04 (Liverpool), 3. Tirana biennial (Tirana), 10. Triennial-India (New Delhi) among others.

At collective shows in museums, including: Whitney Museum of American Art (New York), PS1 (New York), Walker Art Centre (Minneapolis), Museum MUAC (Mexico City), Palais de Tokyo (Paris), Garage Museum (Moskva), Kumu Art Museum (Tallin), Museum of Contemporary Art (Zagreb), Museum of Contemporary Art (Ljubljana), Zacheta National Gallery of Art (Warshaw), Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (Rijeka), Lentos kunstmuseum (Linz), Museum of Modern Art (Saint-Etienne), Ludwig Museum (Budapest).

At solo shows, including: Museo Universitario Arte Contemporáneo (Mexico City), Museo MADRE (Napoli), Salon of the Museum of Contemporary Art (Belgrade), Art in General (New York), Artspace Visual Art Canter (Sydney), The Art Center Silkeborg Bad (Denmark), Darat Al Funun (Jordan), Gallery NOVA, Gallery Miroslav Kraljevic and Gallery Forum (Zagreb).

She lives in Croatia, where she teaches at the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb, Department of New Media.

Address: Bernarda Vukasa 47, 10000 Zagreb, Hrvatska.
Mob.: + 385 98 903 93 29


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