Dubravka Vidović
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  • Dubravka Vidović
  • Birthdate: 1970
    Birthplace: Croatia |
    Gender: Female
    Lives and Works in: Italy |
    At the beginning of her career Vidovic debuted in the 11 Youth Salon at the Art Gallery National Museum (Zadar, Croatia) and won the first prize. In 2013 she was bestowed the T-HT Award at The Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb. The T-HT Award is without a doubt one of the most significant exhibition of contemporary art in Croatia. Over 200 works from artists of all ages and expressions were recieved with only a selection of 38 works that were exhibited in the goal to provide a representative and quality insight into the recent production of visual art in Croatia. By 2014 some of her works were assimilated into the permaneny collection of the prestigious MEF Museum Ettore Fico (Turin, Italy). Despite such a successful path she directed her artistic endeavour to China, where she has been represented by major art institutions such as ArtCn Anne Cecile Noique Gallery (Shanghai), Meilian Museum (Shenzhen) and K11 Art Mall (Shanghai) to mention a few.
    1993    Diploma at the Faculty of Letter and Philosophy, Zadar, Croatia
    1999    Diploma in Visual Arts at Fondazione Ratti, with Haim Stainbach, Como, Italy
    1997    BFA in painting at the Academy of fine Arts of Brera in the class of Professor Luciano Fabro, Milan,
  • Biography
  • Exhibitions
      Jul 14, 2017 - Aug 30, 2017
      Opening: Jul 14, 2017 06:00 Friday
      Artists: Austin Lee, Dan Er, Dubravka Vidović, Fang Wei, Geng Yini, Hadas Zucker , Heidi Voet, Jin Shan, Liao Guohe, Liu Yin, Ma Daha, Patty Chang, Polit-Sheer-Form Office, Rafael Rozendaal, Sun Daliang, Wang Qifeng, Wang Rui, Wang Xiaohui, Yang Fan, Zhang Xin, Zheng Haozhong, Zhou Ming
      • Group Exhibitions
  • Artworks
    • Kisa (rain) | Dubravka Vidović

      Photography | Photograph Mounted on Dibond | 80 × 78 cm | 2005

    • Chewing Gum | Dubravka Vidović

      Print | Lambda print | 40 × 40 cm | 2006