Open studios

Dubrovnik, Croatia / March 5th – 20th 2022

During the project Voids2022, several spaces in the center of Dubrovnik will become open studios for six local and regional artists. Invited resident artists will take turns throughout the two-week period and during their stay will open the doors of temporary studios to the local community.




5. – 11. 3. /// 10-13 & 16-19h ///  ex-apartment “Pilar”, Svetoga Đurđa 14

Milka Delibašić is a multimedia artist from Montenegro. She works in a variety of media, including drawing, video installation, 3D animation, and performance art. Her works are inspired by her relationship with the environment in which she resides, and by the feeling of discomfort within the space. At the same time, she is interested in the following topics: the fusion of actual, physical world and virtual;  the relationship of the body and its image, body and space. She graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts in Cetinje, Printmaking study program. She obtained her MA degree in Spatial – Multimedia Arts at the School of Intermedia Art, Chinese Academy of Arts in Hangzhou, China. She represented Montenegro at the Young Artist Biennial Mediterranea 17 in Milan (2015). In 2018, she won the State Award Petar Lubarda in Montenegro. Last year she was one of the finalists for the Milčik Award for young visual artists. She has participated in numerous workshops and group exhibitions in the country and abroad.




6. – 12. 3. /// 10-13 & 16-19h /// space (pavilion) across from the Gymnasium, Frana Supila bb

Dženan Hadžihasanović (Sarajevo, 1987) graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts, Department of Painting, University of Sarajevo, and finished Salzburg International Summer Academy of Fine Arts. Currently, he is a student at the Department of Conservation and Restoration at the Arts Academy in Split. He has exhibited at numerous international group and solo exhibitions, including: “Blank Title” (Prometeo Gallery di Ida Pisani in Milan, Italy); Espace TILT (Renens, Switzerland); Kunstraum Walcheturm (Zurich, Switzerland); Collegium artisticum Gallery (Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina); “Hands of Time” (Zvono Gallery in Sarajevo, BiH); “Hands of Time” (Alcatraz Halain Gallery in Austria); “Contemporary Contexts” / The Living Museum (History Museum of BiH, Sarajevo) in cooperation with the University of Arts and King’s College London, etc. In 2017 he won the Rotary Club Asolo award (Verona, Italy) for young artists. He is actively involved in the conservation and restoration of wall paintings. He is represented by the Prometeo Gallery di Ida Pisani.




12. – 15. 3. /// 10-13 & 16-19h /// souvenir shop Deša pro d.o.o., Frana Supila 8

Darko Aleksovski (b. 1989) is a visual artist working on the intersection between images and writings. His practice is formed through different visual languages and ongoing research processes, as well as the relations between personal and collective memories. Aleksovski holds MFA and BFA Degrees from the Faculty of Fine Arts in Skopje. He participated as an artist-in-residence in several international programmes (Vienna, Frankfurt, Skopje, Linz) and has exhibited in international exhibitions including: “Traces and Memories” (Counihan Gallery in Brunswick, Melbourne, 2021), “What would happen if? The choice to build an alternative future” (Museo Santa Joana, Aveiro, 2020), “Paying Attention” (Akademie Graz, Graz, 2019), The Tokyo Art Book Fair 2017 (Warehouse TERRADA, Tokyo, 2017), “Streetlight, Revisited” (Wedge, Chicago, 2019), 55. Oktobarski Salon – Disappearing Things (The Museum of the City of Belgrade, Belgrade, 2014), and “Mark Pezinger works both ways: From Performance to Publication” (Centre de Documentation, FRAC, Marseille, 2014). He is currently based in Veles, North Macedonia.



12. – 16. 3. /// 17 – 20h ///space (pavilion) across from the Gymnasium, Frana Supila bb

Ivana Dražić Selmani was born in 1972 in Zagreb and finished primary and secondary school in Dubrovnik. She graduated in painting from the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb in 1997. She is engaged in pedagogical work and is a member of HDLU Dubrovnik, Art workshop Lazareti and Kinookus. She has exhibited independently and at more than thirty group exhibitions in Croatia and abroad.. She lives and works in Dubrovnik.






14. – 18. 3. /// 17 – 20h /// the location of the open studio TBC

Pasko Burđelez (1969, Dubrovnik) works as a multimedia self-taught artist, formed in the surroundings of the Art Workshop Lazareti. He has organized a number of solo exhibitions, actions, and performances and participated in a number of group exhibitions and other art events. In his current work, he deals with the symbolic presentation of a society that is not based on nationalist, gender, racial or other triumphalism, but on the experience of a deprived individual, and is part of his recent reflection about the work and the city.





14. – 18. 3. /// 17 – 20h /// ex-apartment “Pilar”, Svetoga Đurđa 14

Ivona Vlašić was born in Dubrovnik in 1968. She studied painting in the master class of Gerhard Lojen at the Höhere technische bundeslehranstalt Graz Ortweinschule – Meisterklasse Malerei. She works within the multimedia form of expression. She is a member of the Croatian Association of Freelance Artists in Zagreb, Lazareti Art Workshop in Dubrovnik, the Croatian Fine Artists’ Association, Dubrovnik, and the Zagreb section of the Croatian Fine Artists’ Association. She has shown her work at numerous solo and collective exhibitions and other events in Croatia and abroad. She lives and works in Dubrovnik