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    Some Other New Year presents an artistic impression on the passing of time. The exhibition and accompanying calendar present a visual narrative t… Read More
    Some Other New Year presents an artistic impression on the passing of time. The exhibition and accompanying calendar present a visual narrative told through twenty four temporal impressions from Croatian and Serbian artists. // A R T I S T S // Miron Milić Lonac Klasja Habjan Booboo Tannenbaum Melinda Šefčić Dragan Kordić Marko Vilipić Hana Tintor Filip Peraić Paolo Čerić Artez Tamara Pešić Mirko Rastić Ivorin Vrkaš Andrea Resner Stipan Tadić Zlatan Vehabović Vedran Klemens // C R E D I T S // Creative Direction, Art Direction, Design, Copywriting & Presentation Photography - Ivorin Vrkaš Project Management, Organisation & Exhibition Keeping - Gregor Mihaljević Press, Copywriting & Exhibition Keeping - Tom Palinić Filming, Editing & Exhibition Photography - Bojan Haron // P A R T N E R S // Corporeal Geometrics would like to thank their partners: Croatian Screen Printers Association, Igepa Plana Papers, Ars Kopija Printing, Vizkultura & Senić Wines. Read Less
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Some Other New Year provides an artistic perspective on the passing of time and introduces a discourse on personal motifs and recollections connected with moments in life. Through the exhibition and accompanying calendar Corporeal Geometrics curates a visual narrative told through twenty four temporal impressions from Croating and Serbian artists.
The pieces and calendar were screen printed in three inks: Fluorescent Pink, Metallic Gold and Metallic silver by our partners from the Croatian Screen Printers Association. There are two sets, each encompassing a different collection of artists.
Each month is presented with an accompanying impression by one of the artists. Underneath the artwork sheet, printed on 300gsm Munken Print Cream, the context is presented with a short text set on the same page with the monthly numerals.
Twenty four arists were invited to participate and create their visual and textual impressions of time, housed in its conventional container — months. Following are all twenty four.
The exhibition was held at the Kula Lotrščak Gallery, a part of the Klovićevi Dvori Gallery, one of the premier galleries in Zagreb.