New York based Croatian art collection TARWUK will be spending their summer in Croatia, representing their latest works in Rijeka and Zagreb.
Gallery Kranjčar in Zagreb will open the first exhibition, a curatorial concept about new visual value in 2016. NVV, an acronym for New Visual Value, is a curatorial project that explores innovative mechanisms for presentations, distributions, and consumptions of art. The project also experiments with new tactics based on collaborative relationships in the art world today.
This project is carried out in several stages in New York and Zagreb, and takes place in cooperation with international visual artists, ending with a presentation of publications and exhibition photo-essays with Hrvoje Slovenc from Gallery Kranjčar.
Image by Willa Nasatir for NVV 2016
Three days later on July 28, Rijeka’s Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art will exhibit TARWUK’s ‘site specific’ project. The work is called Dominant Demon Doorstep Document 2, and is part of their 4D production incurred during the residential program “Kamov u Rijeci”. This exhibition will remain open until August 12.