OHO: Blockchain My Heart Art Action
A total of 48 artists from Burgenland, Austria connected or chained their works in an artistic action under the slogan “Blockchain My Heart”. First, 16 visual artists created paintings 50 x 50 cm, than 16 literary artists wrote on its artworks, and finally 16 musicians set the texts to music or wrote compositions on the artworks. The manager of OHO, director Peter Wagner, was a creator of this project.
All “Blockchain My Heart” artworks are available as NFTs in the blockchain. NFT stands for “Non-Fungible-Token”. These are digitally stored objects that cannot be replaced, but have unique information and are, so to speak, connected by chains.
In 2021, the City library received the legacy of the well-known Novi Sad writer and journalist Anđelko Erdeljanin. The exhibition in the Native Collection is the first in a series of events to commemorate this valuable gift.
Exhibition “EdeljaninU” (“For Erdeljanin”) is held from 13th to 28th October, in the premises of the Native Collection of City Library of Novi Sad (SPENS, entrance 8, second floor). It consists of one drawing by Petar Ćurčić, panels presenting the life and work of Anđelko Erdeljanin made by Maja Erdeljanin and her paintings from cycle “Dear Diary”.
From 1st of september until 10th october 2022, 40 paintings from the cycles “Good moments” and “Nature lover’s album” were exhibited in Gallery PKV, Chamber of Commerce of Vojvodina (Hajduk Veljkova 11, Master centar).
2019. Ulm (Germany), Artist in Residence – “4. Ulmer Stadtzeichnerin”, Kunstlerhaus des BBK Ulm (26. 6 – 23. 7. 2019), open studio (11. 7. 2019). Cooperation between International festival of contemporary art Danube dialogues (Gallery Bel art, Novi Sad) and Union of visual artists in Ulm.
Solo exhibitions: 2017. Novi Bečej, Dom kulture; 2018. Berlin (Germany), PanAroma, with Georg Vinokic; Krakow (Poland), Galeria Kotlownia, with Radmila Matejević; Novi Targ (Poland), Galeria “Jatki”, with Radmila Matejević; Novi Sad, Gallery SULUV / 2019. Beograd, Lucida gallery; Ljubljana (Slovenia), Gallery DLUL, with Georg Vinokic; 2021. Novi Sad, Platoneum, Gallery of Serbian academy of art and science
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GOOD MOMENTS is recording almost imperceptible, and again essentially glistening moments of some irrelevant days, moments in which we suddenly feel peace and consent with ourselves and our surroundings. There are no epochal events, nothing that has the intention to revolutionary change the borders and remain recorded in history (not even the personal one), on the contrary, these moments are just drops in the sea that together can get the strength powerful wave. Walk with a dog, breakfast with dear people, watching the ducklings in the park, good conversation, reading a book, being tired after a good work, tea and cookie at five… (M. E.)
Ciklus DOBRI TRENUCI beleži skoro neprimetne, a opet suštinski blistave momente pojedinih nevažnih dana, momente u kojima iznenada osetimo mir i saglasje sa sobom i svojom okolinom. Nikakvi epohalni događaji nisu u pitanju, ništa što ima nameru da revolucionarno ruši granice i bude zabeleženo u istoriji (makar i samo onoj ličnoj), već su to samo kapi u moru koje zajedno mogu da dobiju snagu moćnog talasa. Šetnja sa svojim psom, doručak sa dragim osobama, posmatranje pačića u parku, dobar razgovor, čitanje knjige, čaj i kolačić u pet… (M. E.)
Solo exhibitions: 2008. Novi Sad, Serbian Academy of Arts and Science / 2011. Sombor, Cultural center Laza Kostić; Pančevo, Cultural center / 2012. Novi Sad, Gallery SULUV; Novi Sad, Gallery La Vista; Budva (Montenegro), Church Santa Marija, City Teatar; Novi Sad, Museum of Vojvodina; Budapest, Gallery Lenia (with Stefan Wehmeier); Novi Sad, Danube dialogues; Belgrade, Prodajna Galerija Beograd; Niš, Salon 77 / 2013. Aying (Germany), Gallery Aurum Magnum / 2014. Munich (Germany), Mohr-Villa Freiman / 2018. Buchschachen (Austria), Open studio (with Georg Vinokic) / 2019. Dortmund (Germany), Gallery Torhaus Rombergpark
Public presentations of videos: 2012. Novi Sad, Danube dialogues; Novi Sad, Museum of Vojvodina; Novi Sad, Gallery La Vista / 2013. Aying (Germany), Gallery Aurum Magnum / 2014. Vienna (Austria) Künstlerhaus, „Premonition, Blood, Hope – Art in Vojvodina and Serbia 1914 – 2014“
Group exhibitions: 2011. Fürstenfeldbruck (Germany), Haus 10 / 2012. Oldenburg (Germany), Krakow International Print TRIENNIAL / 2014. Baden, Haus der Kunst (Austria) / 2019. Dortmund (Germany), Gallery BIG