Sanja Ivekovic

Sanja Ivekovic was born in Zagreb (1949) where she studied painting and graphics at The Academy of Fine Arts. She has been exploring the medium of video since 1973. She has exhibited widely in Europe, North and South America and Japan in international exhibitions such as Paris Biennale, Sao Paolo Biennale, Documenta and video festivals (Rome, The Hague, Montbeliard, Los Angeles, Berlin, Bonn, Tokyo, Ljubljana). Her video tapes were broadcast by national televisions in Yugoslavia, Great Britain, Japan, Italy and cablecast in Canada and US and are included in the permanent collections of The Museum of Modern Art, New York, Hara Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, National Gallery, Ottawa, Gallery of contemporary Art, Zagreb, Museum of Modern Art, Belgrade.
Sanja Ivekovic lives in Zagreb (Savska 1), Croatia.

Artist Code: 224



1994, 11:45 minutes, colour

The Bride Bachelors - Even

1992, 14:30 minutes, colour/B&W

Dhikr (Zikr)

1990, 04:50 minutes, colour

Way of Love

1990, 16:00 minutes, colour

The Voice Of Silence

1989, 19:00 minutes, colour


1986, 28:00 minutes, colour

Black And White

1985, 10:00 minutes, colour

No End

1983, 08:00 minutes, colour

Chanoyu, No End, Image Is Virus, NTSC

1983, 11:00 minutes, colour

Critical Writing

Chronology Through Cartography: Mapping 1970s Feminist Art Globally
by Marsha Meskimmon. Wack!: art and the feminist revolution, 2007. Los Angeles: The Mocha L.A, 2007.
Video Art Croation-Style
by Mary-Lou Zeitoun. EYE WEEKLY, June 10, 1993.
Ennui en note
by Mario Côté. 24 Images, Winter 1991, no. 59.
The Image
by Dorine Mignot. The Arts For Television, 1987. Amsterdam: Stedelijk Museum, 1987.
Manhattan Shortcuts: Recent Acquisitions at the MOMA, New York
by Ann-Sargent Wooster. Afterimage, Nov. Winter 1984, v. 12, no. 4.
Yogoslavia (cont)
by Jesa Denegri. Video 84, Sept. 1984.
Notes on Video in Yugoslavia
by Dalibor Martinis and Sanja Ivekovic. The 6th video exchange directory, 1979. Vancouver: Satelite video exchange society, 1979.
Video In Vancouver: Pumps on Cable 10
by Russell Keziere. Centerfold, Dec. 1978, v. 3, no. 1.