Museum of Modern Art Dubrovnik organizes professional guidance through the current exhibition ‘’Traces of Time’’ by the artist Ida Blazicko on Saturday, December 1st at 10 am, as the part of the program "Saturday Coffee in the Gallery". Custodian of the exhibition, Rozana Vojvoda, will explain the importance of installing ambient sculptures which were set up by a young artist in the premises of the MOMA Dubrovnik.
"Saturday Coffee in the Gallery" is part of a rich program of the MOMA Dubrovnik, with which they want to get closer to locals and visitors to Dubrovnik, offering them a different experience of a cultural institution. Each new exhibition is an opportunity to expand and upgrade the already traditional program that the Dubrovnik audience has recognized and excellently accepted.
After expert guidance, all visitors will be able to refresh themselves with coffee and juices and enjoy their time on the terrace with the most beautiful view on the Old City.
The gentle structures of Ida Blazicko made of textile, presented in the atrium, on the second floor, and on the smaller terrace of the MOMA Dubrovnik suggest the fragility and temporary nature of the creation, as well as its livelihood and changeability.
Ida Blazicko is one of the most interesting names on the contemporary art scene, with an impressive resume. She graduated in sculpture in 2007 at the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb in the class of professor Gracan, and then she received her PhD in 2016 with a dissertation "Biomimetics in the service of art". She is a docent at ALU in Zagreb and guest professor at the Chinese Academy of Art in Hangzhou.