David Maljkovic, ‘Recalling Frames’, 2010, Sprüth Magers

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'The Sea is my Land - Artists from the Mediterranean Sea', curated by Francesco Bonami, Rome June 2013 - June 2014
'Recalling Frames', Sprüth Magers London, November 5, 2010 - January 8, 2011

About David Maljkovic

David Maljkovic’s films, collages, sculpture, and installations address the historical, cultural, and ideological heritage of modernist projects in Croatia. In a 2010 exhibition, “Recalling Frames,” Maljkovic’s photomontages combined still images from Orson Welles' film The Trial, a haunting damnation of inhuman bureaucracy shot in Zagreb in 1962, with the artist's own contemporary photographs of the filming locations. Maljkovic meticulously photographed Zagreb's Cold War-era Modernist buildings from the same extreme angles used in the film. Splicing together black-and-white negatives, the works form a sort of compression of decades of political and urban change.

Croatian, b. 1973, Rijeka, Croatia, based in Zagreb, Croatia

Exhibition Highlights

Annet Gelink Gallery, 
David Maljkovic - Vignettes
Annet Gelink Gallery,