Milena Dragicevic

1965 geboren in Knin (YU)
lebt und arbeitet in London (UK)

Ausbildung

1992 MA Painting, Royal College of Art, London (UK)
1988 BA Fine Arts (Honours) York University, Toronto (CA)

Residencies

2017 Studio Program CCA Andratx, Andratx, Mallorca (ES)
2013 Sammlung Lenikus, Wien (AT)
1992-95 Stanley Picker Fellowship, Kingston University, Surrey (UK)

Einzelausstellungen (Auswahl)

2018 
Galerie Martin Janda, Wien (AT)

2014
Pampero, Galerie Martin Janda, Wien (AT)

2011
Erections for Transatlantica, Galerie Martin Janda, Wien (AT)

2008
Coloured Threads in Door Knobs, Pump House Gallery, London (UK)
Of Ants, Galerie Martin Janda, Wien (AT)

2006
The Supplicants, Galerie Vera Munro, Hamburg (DE)

2005
Falsifikacija,
Ibid Projects, London (UK)

2003
Akrobatski, Galerie Martin Janda, Wien (AT)
Skulptura [skoolp-too-ra], Artlab 25, Imperial College, London (UK)

2002
Reconstruction Isn't Easy, Ibid Projects, London (UK)

2000
Ivan loves Ivan, Damtsahaberz, London (UK)

Gruppenausstellungen (Auswahl)
** bezeichnet Ausstellungkatalog


2018
Criminal Ornamentation, Arts Council Collection, London (UK)
The Ashtray Show West, Belmacz, London (UK)

2017
ENCLAVIA – consequence of this kind of life, 57th Venice Biennial, Serbian Pavilion, Venice (IT)
So it Grows! An intimate eye, Centraal Museum, Utrecht (NL)
Re:Imagining Europe, BOX Freiraum, Berlin (DE)

2016
Three Paths to the Lake, Galerie Martin Janda, Wien (AT)

2015
Katrin Plavčak and friends. History of Painting Revisited, The Function Room, London (UK)
Don't Shoot The Painter, Works from the UBS Collection, Galleria d'Arte Moderna Milano, Milan (IT)
A Painter’s Hand, Donopoulos Fine Arts Gallery, Thessaloniki (GR)
One Day, Something Happens: Paintings of People, Leeds Art Gallery, Leeds (UK) 
From fly on the wall, to fly in my soup, Galerie Dukan, Paris (FR)

2014
/seconds., Sharjah Art Foundation, Sharjah (AE)

2013
Characters: People and Portraits from the Arts Council Collection, Holburne Museum of Art, Bath (UK)
The Oracle: "What is your prophecy for the future?", The Wand, Berlin (DE)
STAG - BERLIN / LONDON, Dispari & Dispari Project, Reggio Emilia (IT)
Archetipi E Transiti Simbolici. Pittura Ed Altre Forme Radicali, Galleria Enrico Astuni, Bologna (IT)

2012
Recent British Painting, Grimm Gallery, Amsterdam (NL)

2011
British Art Show 7: In the Days of the Comet, Hayward Gallery, London; Centre for Contemporary Art / Gallery of Modern Art / Tramway, Glasgow; Peninsula Arts / Plymouth Arts Centre / Plymouth City Museum / Art Gallery, Plymouth; Nottingham Contemporary / Nottingham Castle Museum / New Art Exchange, Nottingham (UK) **
From London, Art Nueve Gallery, Murcia (ES) **

2010
Another Face: Works from the Arts Council Collection, Hatton Gallery, Newcastle University, Newcastle Upon Tyne (UK)
Tag, Brown Gallery, London (UK)

2009
Dark Side of the Moon, Galerie Martin Janda, Wien (AT)

2008
L ETE, Galerie Martin Janda, Wien (AT)

2007
Who remembers where they are from? Galerie Martin Janda, Wien (AT)
The Order of the Present is the Disorder of the Future, De Hallen, Haarlem (NL)
Museum of Modern Art and Western Antiquities, Section III, Department of Pigments and Surface:Very Abstract and Hyper Figurative, Thomas Dane Gallery, London (UK) **

2005
Playstation, Milena Dragicevic and Mindaugas Lukosaitis, Galerie Fons Welters, Amsterdam (NL)
Even a Stopped Clock Tells the Right Time Twice a Day, ICA, London (UK)
Security Check – Paintings after Romanticism, Arndt & Partner, Zürich (CH) **
Silent Stories, Galerie Martin Janda, Wien (AT)
London in Six Easy Steps, ICA, London (UK)

2004
Life of a Commercial GalleryIbid Projects, Cooper Gallery, Dundee (UK)
Trailer, Man in the Holocene, London (UK)
Rimbaud, I-20, New York (US)
The Yugoslav Biennial of Young Artists 2004, Vrsac (RS) **
Concert in the Egg, The Ship, London (UK)

2003
Put Out More Flags, Sutton Lane, London (UK)
6th Sharjah Biennial, Sharjah (AE) **
Painting Show, Anthony Wilkinson Gallery, London (UK)

2002
Deliberate Regression, Danielle Arnaud Gallery, London (UK) **
Back in Spades, Bart Wells Institute, London (UK)
Doubles II, with Artlab, Jeffrey Charles Gallery, London (UK)