Vlatka Horvat

Vlatka Horvat (b. 1974, Croatia) lives and works in London. Horvat studied at Columbia College, Chicago, Northwestern University, Evanston, and Roehampton University, London. She works across a wide range of forms and contexts, namely sculpture, installation, drawing, performance, photography, and text. Her projects often focus on re-arranging or reconfiguring objects, built space and social relations at play in it. Recent solo exhibitions include: Zak|Branicka Gallery (Berlin), MMC Luka/Galerija SC (Pula/Zagreb), Disjecta Contemporary Art Center (Portland), annex14 (Zurich), Boston University Art Gallery, Rachel Uffner Gallery (New York), Bergen Kunsthall, and the Kitchen (New York). Recent commissioned projects include installations for Marta Herford Museum, MGLC Ljubljana, VOLT Bergen, the 53rd October Salon (Belgrade), Stroom (den Hague), “Greater New York” at MoMA PS1 (New York), Galerija Skuc (Ljubljana), and the 11th Istanbul Biennale. Vlatka’s performances have been presented at LIFT – London International Festival of Theatre, KAAI Studios (Brussels), Volt Bergen, PACT Zollverein (Essen), Haus der Kulturen der Welt (Berlin), Alkantara Festival (Lisbon), Tanzquartier Wien, Outpost for Contemporary Art (Los Angeles), the Jerusalem Show, Aichi Triennale (Nagoya, with Tim Etchells). After 20 years in the US, she currently lives in London.

Last updated: 15.02.2017