David Maljkovic, ‘Untitled (Out of Projection)’, 2009, Sprüth Magers

'S2 - Eran Nav'e, Sommer Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv, December 17, 2015 - January 30, 2016
'David Maljkovic', Sprüth Magers London, April 10 - May 9, 2015
La Triennale de Paris, Intense Proximity, April 20 - August 26, 2012

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

Solo Shows

2017
Dvir Gallery, 
Tel Aviv,
2016
Annet Gelink Gallery, 
Amsterdam,
David Maljkovic - Vignettes
2016
Dvir Gallery, 
Brussels,

Group Shows

2017
Dvir Gallery, 
Tel Aviv,
Pallaksh Pallaksh (I don’t know just where I’m going)
2016
Dvir Gallery, 
Brussels,
Dans un monde Magnifique et Furieux, Group show
2016
Oxford,
A Moment of Grace
2015
Annet Gelink Gallery, 
Amsterdam,
2013
Annet Gelink Gallery, 
Amsterdam,
If you will it, it is not a dream
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