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Ana Vukadin

Ana Vukadin is a writer, translator and editor who lives in Jesi, Italy.

Based on visits to this unique archaeological site, the artist's new series of ceramic sculptures mine the past to remind us of the fragility of the present

BY Ana Vukadin | 07 OCT 21

At Fondazione Prada, the artist’s site-specific installation plays on puns and cultural icons to debate identify politics through the story of a cartoon bear called Who

BY Ana Vukadin | 02 JUN 21

At Collezione Maramotti, Reggio Emilia, the artist’s largest paperwork to date explores the notion of movement 

BY Ana Vukadin | 17 MAR 21

At the Fondazione Giuliani in Rome, the artist looks at the playful and political aspects of disguises

BY Ana Vukadin | 09 OCT 20

How archival footage at MAXXI, Rome, brings to life Ponti’s wit, intellect and erudition

BY Ana Vukadin | 05 MAR 20

Collezione Maramotti, Reggio Emilia, exhibits the painter’s postmodernist appropriation of philosophical and historical narratives

BY Ana Vukadin | 21 JAN 20

With ‘Cantiere’, the sculptor shows himself to be one of Italy’s best kept secrets

BY Ana Vukadin | 17 DEC 19

As her retrospective at MAXXI in Rome attests, the late Italian artist believed in the power of the imagination to save lives 

BY Ana Vukadin | 05 JUL 19

An exhibition in Rome explores how a move to an ocean-side home effected a transitional late period in this major artist’s work

BY Ana Vukadin | 23 MAY 19

The work of Martin Creed, Giorgio Griffa and Tatsuo Miyajima all, in their own way, attempt to make sense of a chaotic world

BY Ana Vukadin | 14 MAR 19

Various venues, Rome, Italy

BY Ana Vukadin | 15 JAN 18