Sanja Iveković

Art fields Film, Photography, Installation, Sculpture
Born 1949, Zagreb, SFR Jugoslavija / SR Hrvaška, ex-Yugoslavia
City and country of residence Zagreb, Croatia
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Sanja Iveković is one of Europe’s most eminent contemporary artists, and the most established in Croatia today. She hails from a generation who, in the former socialist Yugoslavia, were referred to under the all-embracing title of New Art Practice. Sanja Iveković is one of the pioneers of contemporary video art and post-conceptual critical art, and has participated in the world’s most important international contemporary art events, from 11. Dokumenta, Manifesta 2, as well as the Sao Paolo, Liverpool and Cetinje biennials, to exhibitions at the Tate Modern, Generali Foundation, Kunst Werke, Witte de With, BAK (Utrecht), Secession (Vienna) amongst other venues. Sanja Iveković has also received a great many awards, and was recently granted a prestigious DAAD scholarship.


Source: City of Women

Umetniška dela

Type Documentary film
Date 2002
City of production Zagreb
Production Centar za ženske studije / Centre for Women's Studies, Top Mag Ltd., Ženski umjetnički centar – Elektra / Women's Art Centre – Elektra
Format 720x576
Duration 58:03

This film was conceived after the research project «Women's Remembering of Life in Socialism», started in 1999 by a group of women scientists, students, and lecturers at the Centre for Women's Studies in Zagreb. The[]

Type Documentary film
Date 16 October 2003
City of production Ljubljana
Format 720x576
Duration 18:03

Croatia, 2002; beta, colour; 58'