David Maljkovic

David Maljkovic was born in 1973 in Rijeka.

 

 

EDUCATION

2009

IASPIS, Stockholm

2007

International Residence at Recollets, Paris

2007

Kunstzeitraum, artist residency, Munich

2006-07

KW Institute for Contemporary Art, studio program, Berlin

2003-04

Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten, Amsterdam

2002

Cite Internationales des Arts, Paris

1998-99

Academy of Fine Arts, University of Zagreb, HR, Multimedia alternative

1996-00

Acedemy of Fine Arts, University of Zagreb,HR,Department of Painting

1993-96

Faculty of Philosophy, University of Rijeka, HR,Art Department

 

SOLO SHOWS

2009

Retired Compositions, Metro Pictures, New York

Georg Kargl BOX, Vienna

Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid

2008

Handed Over with Rosa Barba, Project Art Centre, Dublin

Lost Memories from These Days, Annet Gelink Gallery, Amsterdam

Lost Review, Le Plateau, Paris

Kunstverein Nurnberg, Nurnberg

Parallel Compositions, Bergen Kunsthall, Bergen

Shadow Should Not Exceed with Jan St Werner, Pinksummer Contemporary Art, Genova

2007

These Days, Present Future, Artissima 14, Torino

Almost Here, Kunstverein in Hamburg, Hamburg

Scene for New Heritage III, Art Unlimited, Art 38 Basel, Basel

P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center,, International and National Projects, New York

Scene for New Heritage Trilogy, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London

Days Below Memory, CAPC, musee d’art contemporain, Bordeaux

Scene for New Heritage Trilogy, The Physics Room, Christchurch

2006

Salon of Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade

Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Rijeka

These Days with Yael Bartana, Gallery Nova, Zagreb

It’s gonna happen with Rosa Barba, Croy Nielsen, Berlin

Scene for New Heritage II, Centre de Creation Contemporaine, Tours

2005

Waiting Tomorrow, Annet Gelink Gallery, Amsterdam

90s without 90s, MMC Palach, Rijeka

Scene for New Heritage, Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven

2002

Paintings for everyday use, Miroslav Kraljevic Gallery, Zagreb

Your moment is your heritage, Minimal, Ljubljana

Space of painting, Moria, Stari Grad

2001

Transplantation, Kordic Gallery, Velika Gorica

Three Paintings – isn’t a Trilogy, Beck Gallery, Zagreb

2000

Juraj Klovic Gallery, with Tomislav Curkovic, Rijeka

1999

Otok Gallery, Dubrovnik

Gal Gallery, Rijeka

1998

There is too much of me, Lotrscak Tower, Zagreb

The dishes are thrown, Palazzo Ploech, Rijeka

1997

Jederman, Caffe IN, Rijeka

1996

Modern Gallery-Young Artists Club, Rijeka

 

GROUP EXHIBITION

2009

Contour,The 4th Video Biennial, curated by Katerina Gregos, Mechelen

2008

Eyes Wide Open, acquisition, Stedelijk Museum CS,Amsterdam

Cohabitation, Galleria Francesca Kaufmann, Milan

Mobile Archive, Halle für Kunst e.V. Lüneburg

Italia Italie Italien Italy wlochy, ARCOS-Sannio Contemporary Art Museum, curated by Alessandro Rabottini, Giotto del Vecchio,Elena Lydia Scipioni and Andrea Viliani, Benevento

When Things Cast No Shadow, 5th Berlin Biennial, curated by Elena Filipovic and Adam Szymczyk, Berlin

Lost Worlds – An archeology of future, Centre d’Art Bastille, Grenoble

Wasteland, curated by Kata Oltai, Pecs

The Violet Hour, Henry Art Gallery with Matthew Day Jackson and Jen Liu, curated by Sara Krajewski, Seattle

Modern Ruins, Queesland Art Gallery, Queesland

That’s Not How I Remember It, Anna Helwing Gallery, Los Angeles

Something and Something Else, Museum van Bommel van Dam, Velno

Behind, Monitor Gallery, curated by Ilaria Gianni, Roma

Other Certanties, NYCAMS, curated by Summer Guthery and Amy Owen, New York

Zero Gravity curated by Vessela Nozharova and Bettina Steinbruegge, Plovdiv

Try again,fail again,fail better, Mucsarnok Kusthalle, curated by Hajnalka Somogyi, Budapest

Rendez-vous nowhere, Montehermoso Cultural Center, curated by Beatriz Herraez, Montehermoso, Spain

Can art do more?, 5th Art Focus Jerusalem, curated by Ami Barak and Bernard Blistene, Jerusalem

2007

Magellanic Cloud, Centre Pompidou, curated by Joanna Mytkowska, Paris

Elephant Cemetery, Artist Space, curated by Christian Rattemeyer, New York

Der Prozess, Prague Biennial 3, curated by Marco Scotini, Prague

Ground Lost, Forum Stadtpark, curated by WHW, Graz

Verbalno vokalno, Galerija SC, curated by Lala Rascic, Zagreb

Inbetweeness, Complesso di San Michele, curated by Dobrila Denegri and Ludovico Pratesi, Roma

Ground Lost, Gallery Nova, curated by WHW, Zagreb

On Lost Worlds, CAPC muse d’art contemporain, curated by Charlotte Laubard, Bordeaux

Artist in the wonderland, curated by Agata Rogos, Gdansk

42th Zagreb Salon, Zagreb

Made in, Schloss Ringerberg, curated by Marcus Lutkemeyer, Ringerberg

The line of time and the plane of now, Harris Lieberman, curated by Ohad Meromi, NY

Kapitaler Glanz, Kunstverein Dusseldorf, curated by Vanessa Joan Muller, Dusseldorf

Stalking with Stories, apexart, curated by Antonia Majaca and Ivana Bago, New York

Nature & Society:Parallel Lines, Gliptoteque of the Academy of Sciences and Arts, Zagreb

Nature & Society: Parallel Lines, Muzej Rupe, Dubrovnik

Art Protects, Yvon Lambert, Paris

All Dresed-up with Nowhere to Go, tranzitdisplay, curated by WHW, Prague

2006

Contemporary Surrealists, Mali salon, curated by Branko Franceschi, Rijeka

New Ghost Entetaiment-Entitled” Kunsthaus Dresden, curated by Katrin Pesch, Dresden

Art is always somewhere else, 2nd Biennial of Young Artists, Bukarest

47th October Art Salon, curated by Rene Block, Belgrade

Everywhere, Busan Biennale 06, curated by Manu Park

Ideal City-Invisible Cities, curated by Sabrina van der Ley and Markus Richter, Potsdam

Downloads from Future, Kunsthalle Winterthur, curated by Oliver Kielmayer, Winterthur

Ideal City-Invisible Cities, curated by Sabrina van der Ley and Markus Richter, Zamoch

Monument to Nikola Tesla, Gallery Nova, curated by WHW, Zagreb

Phantom, Charlottenborg, curated by Soren Andresen and Jasper Rasmussen, Copenhagen

Modern Lovers, Three Colts Gallery, curated by Pil and Galia Kollectiv, London

Downloads from Future, Townhouse Gallery, curated by Oliver Kielmayer, Cairo

Mercury in Retrograde, De Appel, Amsterdam

Again for tomorrow, Royal College of Art, London

Interrupted Histories, Gallery of Modern Art, curated by Zdenka Badovinec, Ljubljana

A picture of war is not war, Wilkinson Gallery, London

Wild man in the Looking Glass, Art 2102, Los Angeles

Synergy, 40th Zagreb Salon, Zagreb

2005

Mixed Pickles, K3 Project Space, Zurich

Go Inside, Tirana Biennale 3, curated by Hou Hanru, Tirana

Insert, Retrospective of Croatian Video Art, Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb

Snapshot, Museum of Modern Art, Dubrovnik

Istanbul Biennial 9, curated by Charles Esche and Vasif Kortun, Istanbul

Present Perfect, T293, Napoli

Artists Books, Art 36 Basel, curated by Lionel Bovier, Basel

International Biennial of Contemporary Art, National Gallery, Prague

Le Plateau, with Joan Jonas, curated by Caroline Bourgeois, Paris

The Imaginary Number, KW Institute for Contemporary Art, curated by Anselm Franke, Berlin

Telegram, Rosa Barba Studio, Amsterdam

Linear Structures, Riga Gallery, Riga

Annet Gelink Gallery, Amsterdam

Fin de siecle, end of painting?, The Croatian Fine Arts Centre, curated by Zdenko Rus, Zagreb

2004

Love it or leave it, Cetinje Biennial 5, curated by Rene Block and Natasa Ilic, Cetinje

Exhibition of Nature and Society, Exit Gallery, curated by WHW, Peja, Kosovo

Normalisation, Nova Gallery, Zagreb

Painting and Object, Museum of Modern Art, Dubrovnik

Open studios, Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten, Amsterdam

2003

Emerging Artists, Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, curated by Natasa Ivancevic, Rijeka

Dislocation, Town Museum of Zagreb

Open studios, Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten, Amsterdam

2002

36th Zagreb Salon, curated by Andrej Medved, Zagreb

Slow Watching, Casal Balaguer, Palma de Mallorca

Start, Mestna Gallery, curated by WHW, Ljubljana

Filip Trade Collection of Contemporary Croatian Art, Manes Gallery, curated by Zvonko Makovic, Prague

Here Tomorrow, Museum of Contemporary Art, curated by Roxana Marcoci, Zagreb

Space and Walls, Mali Salon, curated by Branko Franceschi, Rijeka

16th Blue Salon, Zadar

2001

26th Salon of Young Artists, curated by Jurij Krpan, Michal Kolocek and Slaven Tolj, Zagreb

2nd Salon of Young Artists, Sisak

2000

4th International Student Biennial, Skopje

SC Gallery, curated by David Maljkovic, Zagreb

“New Beginning” SC Club, curated by Marijan Crtalic, Zagreb

Filodrammatica, curated by David Maljkovic, Rijeka

Millenium, Geto Gallery, curated by Zeljko Jerman, Split

Vice – chancel prize, Vladimir Nazor Gallery, Zagreb

1999

2nd Croatian Triennial of Drawings, Zagreb

1998

Ars Futura, Matrix Croatica, Trieste

Exhibition of Young Artists, Kortil Gallery, Rijeka

Otok Gallery, curated by Zarko Violic, Dubrovnik

1995

The Day of Planet Earth, Pedestrian Underpass, Rijeka

 

SCREENING

2008

A Night of Provisional Futures, NAI (Netherlands Architecture Institute) Rotterdam

These Days, Kunstzeitraum,Munich

Oracle of the Constitution, Art Dubai, curated by Nav Hag, Dubai

CCCS – Centre for Contemporary Culture la Strozzina, Florence

2007

Videotheque mobile/Residents, Le Plateau, Paris

Fiac Cinema,Palais de Tokyo, Paris

Back to the Future, Borderline Festival of Movig Images, curated by Jelena Vesic, Beijin

Coffe Break, Sibiu Urban Ambient project, Sibiu

Just Around the Block, curated by Magdalena Ziolowska, Bijlmer

Normalization, LACE, curated by WHW, Los Angeles

Normalization, 16 Beaver, curated by WHW, NY

Strange Weather, NBK, selction by Michelle Cotton, Berlin

Normalization, Platform Garnati Contemporary Art Centre, selection by Minna Henrikson, Istanbul

Challenging the East-West Art Map, U-turn, selection by Angelika Richter, Copenhagen

2006

Glocal Realities as Periferal In-Betweeness, Tranzit, selection by Antonia Majaca, Prague

Stories from Neigbourhood, De Balie, selection by Jelena Vesic, Amsterdam

Rituals, The Artists Cinema,Frieze Art Fair,curated by Cristina Ricuperto, London

Zagreb Calling, Maison populaire,selection by Ivana Mestrov, Montreuil

Visura aperta, Momiano

2005

Imaginary is Potential, MUU, selection by Henrikke Nielsen, Helsinki

Imaginary is Potential, Nikolaj centre of contemporary art, Copenhagen

Imaginary is Potential,  Halle fur Kunst, Luneburg

Imaginary is Potential, W139, Amsterdam

Stories from Neighbourhood, Kunsthalle Tallinn, selection by Jelena Vesic, Tallinn

Serial Cases, selection by Antonia Majaca, Usti nad Labem, Istanbul, Iasi, Graz, Sofia, Holon, Novi Sad, Zagreb

Normalisation and Its Discontents, selected by Natasa ilic, Askalalwan, Beirut