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Common Photographic Narratives

Project brings together number of associations and institutions with purpose of conducting activities dedicated to photography in the 20th century, a medium most directly linked with development of modern society.

fototxt ⁄6⁄

In the focus of this edition are the art critics who followed the domestic photographic scene from the 1950s to the early 2000s and contributed their texts to understanding and…

fototxt ⁄5⁄

In this edition of fototxt, art historian and theorist Leonida Kovač writes about the collages of Nada Vrkljan-Križić, while art critic Darko Šimičić writes about those of Inka Švertasek.

fototxt ⁄4⁄

Four generations of photographers — Masha Bajc, Ana Opalić Ivan ica Privora Kurtel, Jadranka Fatur, Daniela Lushin, Erika Šmider and Slavka Pavic — were presented in this issue.

fototxt ⁄3⁄

The third issue of Fototxt is dedicated in its entirety to the avant—garde exhibition "Phony Smile. Language of photographic interpretation and aesthetic speculation".

Davor Konjikušić — our house ⁄ naša kuća

Davor Konjikušić combines photographs and his own diaries, creating an emotionally powerful artistic view of the world around us. All of the photographs were taken in Southeast Europe.

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fototxt ⁄2⁄

FOTOTXT’s second issue introduces the works of four artists — Sandro Đukić, Peggy Buth, Ivan Petrović and Božena Končić Badurina

fototxt ⁄1⁄

under common theme of “our history” — three artistic poetics are assembled, three authors that the media of photography uses to refer to the often invisible mechanisms, “politics of sight”.

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Marko Ercegović — l.p,

The monograph collects a series of photographs taken between 2006 and 2016, in some of the numerous business and office premises belonging to the domestic bureaucratic and administrative system.

Ana Opalić — Brsalje

a series of analog black-and-white photographs, showing always the same frame — the surfaces of the sea and the sky divided precisely by the horizon and framed by the rocks.

Hana Miletić — Street Photography

“Hana Miletić’s camera does not record what could be referred to as spectacle (for masses). Her view does not sting; it does not set rules nor makes judgment.”

Bojan Mrđenović — Spa ⁄ Toplice

“Mrđenović takes on an active position, position of the observer. He is not interested in giving us an embellished image of reality, but aims to provide certain kind of knowledge.”



Ured za fotografiju
Office for Photography

Office for Photography ⁄Ured za fotografiju or UzF⁄ is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation in Zagreb, founded in 2011. Its work is aimed at the research, development, promotion and contextualisation of innovative artistic practices in the fields of photography and new media, as well as the practices which encourage and nurture positive social changes and inclusion. The programs that UzF endorses rely on scientific research and artistic work, while thematically and content-wise following current issues in the fields of photography and the new media, the avant-garde artistic practices and the theory of art and philosophy. UzF’s purpose is to raise the general literacy in common photographic expressions, to promote and contextualise photographic and new-media art works, the production of new artistic realisations, the creation of new knowledge, the production of art works, and the systematic development of photography theory.

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