Graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb, completed postgraduate study at Jan van Eyck Academy in Maastricht and holds a doctorate from Middlesex University in London. She has recently exhibited at Suzhou Documents – Biennial (Suzhou, 2016), Museum of Modern Art Dubrovnik (Dubrovnik, 2016) Raum mit Licht Gallery (Vienna, 2015), Tate Modern (London, 2014), MSUB (Beograd, 2014), SE8 Gallery (London, 2013), and The Garden of Learning – Busan Biennial (Busan, 2012). She took part in residency programs in Sweden (Baltic Art Centre, Visby, 2012), Austria (Kultur Kontakt, Vienna, 2011), USA (ISCP, New York, 2006). Tina Gverović often collaborates with artists Ben Cain and Sinisa Ilić. She was a Teaching Fellow at Slade School of Fine Art and she currently teaches at Camberwell College of Arts in London and Dutch Art Institute in Arnhem (NL). Lives and works in London and Dubrovnik.
Graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence, Italy. Exhibited at solo and group exhibitions and film festivals in Croatia and internationally, at venues in Zagreb, Ljubljana, Milano, Vienna, Kassel, Berlin, Los Angeles and New York. Awards: 28. Youth Salon (Zagreb, 2006), Radoslav Putar Award for young Croatian artist (Zagreb, 2008), Ministry of culture Vladimir Nazor Award for the best exhibition in 2014. Participated in residencies and study programs: 18th Street Arts Center, Los Angeles (2008); KulturKontakt, Vienna (2008); ISCP, New York (2009); Kultur Bunker, Frankfurt (2010) and Helsinki International Artist Program (2011). Currently teaches at the Academy of fine arts in Zagreb and at NABA (Nuova Accademia di belle arti) in Milan. Born in 1979 in Sisak, Croatia, lives and works in Zagreb.
Independent curator and art historian based in Croatia. Over the past decade she has curated group exhibitions, artiststs solo projects and film screenings in Croatia and internationally, lectured and published on contemporary art in exhibition catalogues, journals and books. Her basic research, writing and curatorial interests are focused on contemporary art, exhibiting film and video, exhibition histories in former Yugoslavia. She is currently involved with several ongoing projects and initiatives, Artistic director at Apoteka – Space for Contemporary Art, Founder and Curator at Cinemaniac –Think Film exhibiting and research project at Pula Film Festival and curator of Artists Cinema, screening program series taking place at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb. Selected exhibitions include: PROJECTIONS Antun Motika and the legacy of experiments (MMSU, Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Rijeka, 2017); Great Undoing, 54th Annale (2015); Temporary Encounters – This is (not) a Museum (exhibition series, Apoteka – Space for contemporary Art, 2014 – ); Motovun 1976 video meeting (MMC Luka Pula, 2015); Parcour (gallery Forum, Zagreb, 2015); Damir Očko: Studies on Shivering (KM – Kunstlerhaus, Halle fur Kunst und Medien, Graz, 2014); Think Film (MMC Luka, Pula, 2013).
Phantom Trades: Sea of People
Installation with paintings (acrylic and gouache on canvas), video and sculptural elements (in collaboration with Ben Cain)
Events Meant to be Forgotten
Installation with slide projections, 16mm film transferred to digital video and architectural construction
Events Means to be Forgotten
Produced by Kreativni Sindikat
with funding provided by HAVC – Croatian Audiovisual Center
Additional support by Zagreb Film