“I don’t search, I find”


“There is no new art. There are new artists. The new artist must be completely faithful to him or herself, must be a creator, must be capable of building his or her own foundations directly and alone, without depending on the past or tradition… the formula is his or her antithisis”

Egon Schiele

“Without art life would be a mistake”
Friederich Nietzsche

“I close my eyes in order to see”

Paul Gauguin

“The work of the artist is always to deepen the mystery”

Francis Bacon

“What proceeds from an internal necessity of the soul is beautiful”

Wassily Kandinsky


50/68 Jubilee Images of Utopia

Within the framework of the EU project CreArt, Croatian Association of Fine Artists will once again mark this year’s European day of artistic creativity on March 21, by implementing the project entitled The 50/68 Jubilee Images of Utopia. The project will be realized through collaboration with the Faculty of Humanities and Social Studies of the University of Zagreb with the Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, and with the Zagreb University of Applied Sciences.

  • Institution / Organization: HDLU. Croatian association of Artists
  • City: Zagreb
  • Country: Croatia

As part of the project, five renowned Croatian artists, Miran Blažek, Tea Hatadi, Kata Mijatović, Vlatko Vincek and Dino Zrnec, will create artistic interventions for public spaces in Faculty of Humanities and Social Studies which will be presented on March 21, through guided tours.
Students of the Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, under the mentorship of professor dr.sc. Nevena Škrbić Alempijević will be following artist’s work and providing the background research through the ethnographic report. In the meantime, students of the University of Applied Sciences will research and provide visual identity and all promotional materials, also, under the mentorship of professor Vesna Uglješić.
The results of the project will be published in the book and presented to the public at the conference on May 25, 2018, at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Studies.
This project is guided by the concept of Marko Pašalić, who is exploring memories about 1968, which is culmination year of revolutionary events.