The book On the power of creativity provides an overview of Studio Sonda’s fifteen years of work and activity. It tells the story about how a self-initiated project led to the existence of a creative studio that boasts award winning and globally represented projects. Moreover, Studio Sonda is situated in a village of only about 300 people, Vižinada (Istria), where it significantly affects the development of the environment in which it operates.
Exhibition and book promotion: ‘On the power of creativity’ – Studio Sonda, at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Istria in Pula. Opening and party, September 20th at 7 pm.
It’s so important and marvelous when it is about a hairdo, but all of a sudden so disgusting when you find it in the soup… At the same time, from a historical, mythological and economic point of view, it’s indeed vey important: the Hair! The Ethnographic museum of Istria has set up an unusual exhibition studying the importance of the intriguing concept of hair. The authors are Tamara Nikolić Đerić and Ivona Orlić.
At The Museum of the Poreč Territory and the Sincich Gallery in Poreč visit the exhibition about water which thematizes how difficult it was to access it in the past, how much it is taken for granted today and tomorrow… who knows?
Both works from the Collection Piquentum Sv.Vital 12/13/14 and Booktiga Award give their contribution to the central theme of the 52nd Zagreb Salon: The (In)Applicability of Applied Art
Our posters made for the Casanova Fest showcase within the big exhibition about sexuality in Istria, the end result of cooperation between museums of Istria.
The catalog of the exhibition of contemporary art Metaphoria II distributed in Vienna, London, Amsterdam and Cologne by one of the world’s pre-eminent addresses for art and architecture related publications
Karst Museum is part of the Science and education center, designed with the aim to attract scientists and nature lovers to the very center of the Istrian karst: Vodice – sparsely populated, but rich in natural attractions
Villa Savoye at a time when the cherries are in full bloom – it’s something that really has to be seen. Except maybe if you’re the author of the exhibition The Light Hours…