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David Maljkovic

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Known for his use of film, sculpture, collage and installation, in his work David Maljković often explores themes related to time and the relationship between past and present through moving images, abstract structures and digital effects.
His installations combine video, drawing, object and architecture. He sets a process of construction of his work which always imagine the future from the past, negotiating a new semantic logic. His overall project is engaged in the variable relationship between form and content.
Born in 1973 in Rijeka, Croatia, he studied philosophy at the University of Rijeka and fine art at the University of Zagreb, before attending the Rijksakademie in Amsterdam.
Since then, he has presented his work at number of exhibitions at major institutions around that world, including Museo Reina Sofia, Madrid and Palais de Tokyo, Paris. Today, his works are held in the collections as Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, MoMA in New York and Tate Gallery of London.
Noticed to international attention as one of the most interesting contemporary artists, he was a protagonist of the 56th Venice Biennale, “All the World’s Futures”, directed by Okwui Enwezor

David Maljkovic: 2005-2007-2009.

Mousse Publishing, 2014

ISBN 978-8867491087

David Maljković: New Reproductions

Mousse Publishing, 2013

ISBN 978-8867490639

Sources in the Air, David Maljkovic

JRP | Ringier, 2012

ISBN 978-3037643075

David Maljković, exhibitions for secession: anlässlich der Ausstellung David Maljković, Exhibitions for Secession in der Secession, 2. Dezember 2011 bis 5. Februar 2012

Revolver Publ., 2011

ISBN 978-3902592491

David Maljkovic: Lost Review

Walther Konig, 2008

ISBN 978-3865604460

Almost Here: David Maljković

Dumont, 2007

ISBN 978-3832190552

David Maljković: Scene for new heritage : Salon Muzeja savremene umetnosti, Beograd

Museum for Contemporary Art, 2006

ISBN 978-8671012416