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Roxanne - Ines Kotarac

200.00
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Roxanne - Ines Kotarac

200.00

House of Flamingo series, shot in Zagreb, Croatia.

30x45 cm. 

Analog photography.

Limited Edition of 20. Signed and numbered.

Printed on photo paper. 

Shipped from Istanbul, Turkey by the artist

Certificate of Authenticity included.

 

ABOUT INES KOTARAC

Ines Kotarac was born in Bosnia and Herzegovina, grew up in Croatia, lived in Berlin and at the moment she is based in Istanbul. She studied Croatian language and literature and comparative literature, worked as an art journalist and as a lexicographer, but her main domain for the last few years is analogue photography. She published her work in Defeated Magazine, Quorum and Frrresh Magazine and on several websites. Some of her works were taken as covers of books, published by publisher Disput. She got a grant from European Cultural Foundation (Step Beyond Program) to finish her series Drops against Oblivion (or looking for the lost homeland). She held workshops about using photography in activism and expressing queer identity through photography.

She has had several solo and group exhibitions across Eastern Europe.

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House of Flamingo series, shot in Zagreb, Croatia.

30x45 cm. 

Analog photography.

Limited Edition of 20. Signed and numbered.

Printed on photo paper. 

Shipped from Istanbul, Turkey by the artist

Certificate of Authenticity included.

 

ABOUT INES KOTARAC

Ines Kotarac was born in Bosnia and Herzegovina, grew up in Croatia, lived in Berlin and at the moment she is based in Istanbul. She studied Croatian language and literature and comparative literature, worked as an art journalist and as a lexicographer, but her main domain for the last few years is analogue photography. She published her work in Defeated Magazine, Quorum and Frrresh Magazine and on several websites. Some of her works were taken as covers of books, published by publisher Disput. She got a grant from European Cultural Foundation (Step Beyond Program) to finish her series Drops against Oblivion (or looking for the lost homeland). She held workshops about using photography in activism and expressing queer identity through photography.

She has had several solo and group exhibitions across Eastern Europe.