MATEJ ČEPINBorn in 1977 in Celje. He learned to paint with diligence and heart. He is a film lover, a passionate lover of the thrillers of Hitchcock, Lynch and Cronenberg, and the literature of Stephen King and... more
JORDAN GRABUL (GRABULOSKI, GRABULOVSKI)Jordan Grabul(o(v)ski) (Prilep, 1925 – Skopje 1986), one of the initiators of modernist sculpture in Macedonia, started to attend the High School of Fine Arts in Skopje in 1945. In 1952, he... more
MIRSAD BEGIĆSlovenian sculptor and draughtsman of Bosnian descent, born in 1953 in Glamoč, Bosnia and Herzegovina. He finished primary school in his hometown of Glamoč, and in 1974 he completed secondary art... more
JULIAN PACHECOSorry, this entry is only available in Slovenian.
ARTUR LUIZ PIZAArthur Luiz Piza (1928, São Paulo – 2017, Paris), Brazilian printmaker, painter and sculptor, lived and worked in Paris from 1951 onwards. After studying with the master printmaker Johnny... more
ANA BEŠLIĆAna Bešlić (Bajmok, Serbia, 1912 – Belgrade, Serbia, 2008), after studying in Zagreb, Graz and Vienna, graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade where she also finished her postgraduate... more
Bogdan BorčićBogdan Borčić (1926–2014) was one of the most important painters and graphic artists of the second half of the 20th century, in Slovenia and beyond. His greatness is reflected not only in the... more
LADA CERAR in SAŠO SEDLAČEKhttp://ladacerar.com/ http://sasosedlacek.com/
JOSIP DIMINIĆJosip Diminić (Sveti Lovreč Labinski, 1937 – Labin, 2019) studied painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb and graduated in 1963 under the mentorship of Marino Tartaglia. In his work, he... more
DUCK JUN KWAKDuck Jun Kwak (1937, Kyoto, Japan) is a painter, printmaker and conceptual artist of Korean ethnicity living in Japan. After graduating at the Kyoto Hiyoshigaoka Art High School (1955) and the Kyoto... more
HERMANN FALKEBorn 1933 in Schmallenberg / Sauerland / Westphalia. In 1938, the family moved to Meschede. In February 1945, their house was completely destroyed in a bomb attack. From 1959 to 1963 he studied at... more
JAN FORSBERGSorry, this entry is only available in Slovenian.
FRANCE MIHELIČFrance Mihelič (1907, Virmaše pri Škofji Loki – 1998, Ljubljana), Slovenian painter, printmaker and illustrator, studied painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb between 1927 and 1931.... more
METOD FRLICBorn in 1965 in Suša in the Poljanska valley. After the third year of the School of Design and Photography (graphics department), he enrolled at the Ljubljana Academy of Fine Arts, majoring in... more
ANDREJ GROŠELJAndrej Grošelj was born in 1947 in the village of Leše. He graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Ljubljana in 1972 under the mentorship of prof. Slavko Tihec. He received the Student Prešern... more
ALIJA HAFIZOVIĆ – HAFbio
ZDENKO HUZJANBorn in 1948 in Lendava. He graduated from the Gymnasium in Murska Sobota, in 1972 he completed his studies in painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Ljubljana with prof. G. Stupica and then another... more
INGE MORATHInge Morath (1923, Graz – 2002, New York) was an Austrian-American photographer. After studying languages in Berlin and working as a translator and journalist, she started to work in 1953 at the... more
OSKAR KOGOJOskar Kogoj (Miren, 1942) graduated in Industrial Design at the Istituto Statale d’Arte in Venice in 1966. Between 1969 and 1970, he worked at the department of research and design of the furniture... more
ALOJZ KRIVOGRAD Jr., aka FUTYSorry, this entry is only available in Slovenian.
ROBERTO KUSTERLEBorn 1948 in Gorizia, Italy, self-taught photographer and artist. He has been working in the field of visual arts since the 1970s, where he initially focused more on painting and installation, and in... more
STANISLAV MAKUCSorry, this entry is only available in Slovenian.
IVAN MEŠTROVIĆIvan Meštrović (Vrpolje, Slavonia, 1883 – South Bend, ZDA, 1962) spent his childhood in Otavice in the Dalmatian region of Zagora. Between 1910 and 1906 he studied in Vienna, where he met Auguste... more
ZORAN MUŠIČBorn in 1909 in Bukovica near Gorizia. During the First World War, as a child, he went into exile with his family in Carinthia and Styria. In Maribor in 1928 he finished school at the teacher’s... more
Valentin OmanValentin Oman was born in 1935 in Šteben/St. Stefan near Villach, Austria. He graduated from the Marijanišče in Plešivec (Tanzenberg), and obtained his art education in Vienna (Academy of Applied... more
ONO TADASHIGEOno Tadashige (1909, Tokyo – 1990, Tokyo) was one of the most important representatives of post-war Japanese graphic arts and an influential member of the Sosaku Handa movement. His early work... more
PETER E. CLARKPeter E. Clarke (1929, Simon’s Town – 2014, Ocean View) is considered one of the most important South African artists, who worked both in the fields of painting and printmaking as well as... more
HERMAN PIVKBorn in 1963 in Ljubljana. He spent his primary school years at Rakek, and continued his education at the Ljubljana High School of Design, majoring in graphics. He studied art and history at the... more
Štefan PlanincDespite his extensive oeuvre of book illustrations, which he started to create immediately after finishing his studies at the Ljubljana Academy of Fine Arts, Štefan Planinc (1925–2017) is... more
Pino PoggiPino Poggi was born in 1939 in Genoa, where he lived until 1964. There, he studied sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts and later taught as well, first as an assistant to Edoardo Alfieri and then as... more
MARIJA MOJCA PUNGERČARhttp://www.3via.org/index.php?htm=mojca
NACA ROJNIKNaca Rojnik (1951, Ljubljana) graduated from the Department of Sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Ljubljana under prof. Slavko Tihec. She participated in many group exhibitions and had several... more
WALTER SOLÓN ROMEROSorry, this entry is only available in Slovenian.
IVAN SABOLIĆIvan Sabolić (Peteranec, Croatia, 1921 – Zagreb, 1986), Croatian sculptor, graduated in 1946 from the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb, where he was a lecturer from 1959 onwards. He belonged to the... more
ISMAIL SARAYSorry, this entry is only available in Slovenian.
Skirutýtė AldonaSkirutýtė Aldona (17 May 1932 Šiauliai – 1 Nov 2005 Vilnius), Lithuanian graphic artist, graduated from the State Art Institute of Lithuania in 1957. She was a teacher there between 1962 and... more
JOVAN SOLDATOVIĆJovan Soldatović (Čerević near Novi Sad, 1920 – Novi Sad, 2005) completed his studies of sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade in 1948, in the class of professor Toma Rosandić. From... more
STOJAN KERBLERStojan Kerbler (1938, Ptujska Gora) is one of the central personalities in Slovenian photography. He started working with photography in 1953 at the Photo Club Ptuj. During his studies in Ljubljana,... more
JOŽE SUHADOLNIK IN MATEJA KOTNIKhttp://www.suhadolnik.eu/
Jože TisnikarThe self-taught painter Jože Tisnikar (1928–1998) is one of the most recognised names of Slovenian modern painting after World War Two. He was born in 1928 in Mislinja pri Slovenj Gradcu. In 1951,... more
TOON WEGNERToon Wegner (1926, Rijswijk, South Holland – 2010 Orvelte, Drenthe), Dutch painter and printmaker, studied at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in the Hague between 1942 and 1947. Between 1964 and... more
DRAGO TRŠARDrago TRŠAR (Planina near Rakek, 1927) graduated from the Academy of Arts in Ljubljana in 1951. He was a member of the Group 53 and Group 69. From 1967, he taught sculpture at the Academy of Fine... more
MAKOTO UENOSorry, this entry is only available in Slovenian.
VLADIMIR MAKUCAfter graduating from the Academy of Visual Art in Ljubljana in 1954 and finishing postgraduate studies in restoration in 1964, Vladimir Makuc (1925, Solkan – 2016) dedicated himself mainly to... more
KARL VOUKBorn in 1958 in Klagenfurt. He completed the Federal Gymnasium for Slovenes in Klagenfurt in 1976. He studied architecture at the Technical University and the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, where he... more
FRANC VOZELJBorn in 1954 in Kranj. After graduating from the School of Design, he enrolled at the Academy of Fine Arts in Ljubljana, where he graduated from the Department of Painting in 1979. In 1981, he... more
RATKO VULANOVIĆRatko Vulanović (Laz near Nikšić, Montenegro, 1941) graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade and completed his postgraduate studies in 1971. From 1967 to today, he has participated in... more
HERMAN WALENTAHerman Walenta was born in 1923 in Drosendorf, Austria. During the years 1940–1941 and 1945–1948, he studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna under Josef Müllner and Fritz Wotruba. He... more
OSSIP ZADKINESorry, this entry is only available in Slovenian.