Tomaž Tomažin

www.tomazin.org
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Strelska vaja / Rifle practice; 2008; 130.7cm x 26.7cm x 8.5cm; Lightbox


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Sova in plen / Owl and booty; 2008; 130.7cm x 26.7cm x 8.5cm; Lightbox


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Otrok in zajec / Child and Rabbit; 2007; 130.7cm x 26.7cm x 8.5cm; Lightbox


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Kino karta / Cinema ticket; 2007; 130.7cm x 26.7cm x 8.5cm; Lightbox


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Naša vojska / Our Army; 2008; video; DVD PAL; 5min40sec

Tomaž Tomažin
Born 26 April 1971, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Art history studies, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana, 1991–1997.
Diploma in sculpture, Academy of Fine Arts, University of Ljubljana, 2000.
MFA in sculpture and new media, Academy of Fine Arts, University of Ljubljana, 2004.

Exhibitions:
-2008, April, Due Sponde un Mare, Cultural Festival of the Adriatic Sea, Castello
Svevo, Termoli, Italy
-2008, April, Gallery P74 and Gallery Kapsula, Who's there? It's Me!, Ljubljana, Slovenia, (solo show)
-2008, February, Ganes Pratt , Slovene Video Art after 2000, Ljubljana, Slovenia,

– 2007, December, From the top of my head, Likovni salon Celje, Celje, Slovenia, (solo show)
– 2007, November, Tales from Inner Space, Galerie Oel-Früh, Hamburg, Germany, (solo show)
– 2007, October, Culture Hero, 2nd Biennial of the Quadrilateral, Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Rijeka, Croatia
– 2007, September, "Bulgaria? . . . Oh, Yes, Bucharest!", Contemporary Art Week, Plovdiv, Bulgaria
– 2007, June, Every Man Is a Curator, Museum of Modern Art, Ljubljana, Slovenia

– 2006, October, Videostena, Gallery Meduza, Koper, Slovenia
– 2006, October, Razlog za padec (Željko Jerman RIP), Ghetto Gallery, Split, Croatia
– 2006, July–August, Young Art Europe 2006, MOYA, Vienna, Austria
– 2006, May, - 5 Minutes, short video, P74 Center and Gallery, Ljubljana, Slovenia
– 2006, May, 1+100, SCCA, Ljubljana (solo show)
– 2006, April, Self-Portrait, Art Gallery Maribor, Maribor, Slovenia
– 2006, February, Multipurpose, Gallery A+A, Venice, Italy (solo show)

– 2005, September, Nineteenthirtysix, International Style at Pullman Court, London (solo show)
– 2005, July–August, Slovene Art 1995–2005: Territories, Identities, Nets, Museum of Modern Art, Ljubljana
– 2005, January–February, Hero, P74 Center and Gallery, Ljubljana, Slovenia (solo show)

– 2004, May–June, Outvideo, First International Festival of Video Art on Outdoor Video Screens, Ekaterinburg, Russia

– 2003, June, Super, Transformer Gallery, Washington, USA, (video works)
– 2003, March, START, International Exhibition for Young Artists, Zagreb, Croatia, (video works)

– 2002, June, 2. S, Miklova Hiša, Ribnica, Slovenia, (video work)
– 2002, START, International Exhibition for Young Artists, Ljubljana, Slovenia, (video works)
– 2002, April Gatherings /Aprilski susreti, SKC, Belgrade, Serbia, (video works)
– 2002, Soho in Ottakring: Flüchtig daheim (art festival), Vienna, Austria (take-away postcards)

– 1999, Sculptures, Avla Gallery, Maribor, Slovenia, (solo show)
– 1998, Trnfest (arts festival), KUD France Prešeren, Ljubljana, Slovenia (photography)
– 1997, The Curator’s Dining Room, Alkatraz Gallery, Ljubljana, Slovenia, (sculptures)

Awards, residences, scholarships, grants:
- 2008, Grant of Ministry of Culture, Slovenia
- 2007, November, International AIR: Gastatelier, Hamburg, Germany
- 2005, International Style at Pullman Court, residency, London, UK
- 2000–2002, Ministry of Culture Scholarship, for postgraduate studies at the Academy of Fine Arts, Ljubljana, Slovenia
- 1999, France Prešeren National Student Award for Sculpture

Bibliography:
– Tadej Pogačar, ed., First Eight Years: P74 Center and Gallery (Ljubljana: Zavod P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E., 2005), 124, 125.
– Melita Zajc, Digitalne podobe: Vidnost, vednost in digitalni mediji (Ljubljana: ISH, 2005), 59–70.
– Tevž Logar, “Tomaž Tomažin Heroj,” Likovne besede 71/72 (October 2005), 151.
– Igor Španjol, Territories, Identities, Nets: Slovene Art 1995–2005, (Ljubljana: Moderna galerija, 2005), 25 and 191.
– Asskalla, supplement to SPEKTER (University of Maribor student newspaper), April 2005, 16–17 (newspaper art project).
– Boris Gorupič, review of Hero, Deloskop (27 Jan. 2005), 5.
– Petra Skaberne, review of Hero, Deloskop (13 Jan. 2005), 58.
– Review of Hero, Delo (newspaper) (13 Jan. 2005).
– Aprilski susreti (Belgrade: SKC, 2002), 15.
– SOHO in Ottakring: Flüchtig daheim (Vienna: Basis Wien, 2002), 8.
– START (catalogue) (Ljubljana and Zagreb, 2002), 42.
– 2. s, druga slika? (Ribnica: Galerija Miklova hiša, 2002), 10, 15.

Address:
Tomaž Tomažin, Mestni trg 19, 4220 Škofja Loka, Slovenia
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