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Drawing:Charcoal on Canvas
Size:18 W x 36 H x 3 D in
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Edina Seleskovic is a Bosnian born, American New York based sculptor. She was an exchange student in the United States when the destructive Bosnian War displaced Edina from her home and family. Turning to her art for solace she found art as her carrier and a way of life and United States as her new homeland. In 1999, she received a BFA from the Corcoran School of Art in Washington, DC. Her works have been exhibited in over 50 group and solo shows in galleries across the US, in Europe, and Asia. Edina Seleskovic’ fascinating life and rising carrier reflect her multiple horizons. Not only is she passionately active in the international art world, Edina is also highly recognised fashion designer with Anie Rexe fashions, whose avant-garde creations have appeared in Cosmopolitan and Smock Magazines. Her collaborative efforts with artists of many disciplines have resulted in founding of the New York-based artist collective The Stoodio and fashion collaborative Anie Rexe. Her collaborative efforts do not stop there. She is noted for the public performance Take One in collaboration with photographer Emily Raw, a video performance Maid in Chinatown with artist Aaron Sheppard was presented in Being for the first Chinese Biennial in 2008, and numerous others. Edina’s public works include several interesting projects. It started with a large mural at the Embassy of Bosnia and Herzegovina at the invitation of the Bosnian Prime Minister while she was a student at the Corcoran School of Art in Washington DC. She collaborated with Bosnia’s famous artist Adin Hebib for the first time then. This collaboration continued on other projects and in 2004 they together ventured into creating a large mural/sculpture at the entrance of the tallest building in Bosnia and Herzegovina Avaz Business Tower. Edina continued her public works with sculpture Dress for a Princess commissioned as a gift for the British royal couple to be married in 2011. Her collaboration with conceptualist Alexander Viscio led to the pilot Artist in Residence project and a public sculpture that was an installation and a large public performance with 1000 local students involved. Project titled Occupy Air continued as the Austrian Ministry of Culture commissioned them to build such sculpture in Sarajevo for the 100 anniversary of the assassination of Duke Ferdinand in Sarajevo, which instigated the First World War. Edina’s projects are only getting bigger and more complex.
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