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RADENKO MILAK

*1980 in Travnik, Yugoslavia

Radenko Milak analysiert die Rolle der zeitgenössischen Bildproduktion bei der Herausbildung unseres historischen und kulturellen Gedächtnisses. Das malerische Werk des bosnischen Künstlers kreist um Fragen der Fixierung und Speicherung des Visuellen sowohl in der persönlichen Erinnerung als auch in der medialen Präsentation durch Film und Foto.

Radenko Milak  (*1980, Bosnian) the role of contemporary image production in the formation of our historical and cultural memory. The artist’s painting work centers on questions relating to how visual elements are fixed and stored – both in personal memories and as presented in the media of film and photography. He was born in 1980 in Travnik in the former Yugoslavia and lives Banja Luka, Bosnia-Herzegovina. He studied at the arts academies in Banja Luka and Belgrade. His works have been presented in international solo and group exhibitions and included in prestigious collections such as the Folkwang Museum (Essen), Art Collection Telekom (Bonn), Agnès B. (Paris) and the National Gallery of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Sarajevo). In 2017, his work appeared in the Bosnia and Herzegovina pavilion at the 57th Venice Biennale.