Symposium Linocut 2008

2008

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Symposium Linocut 2008

The international linocut symposium in Klenová

Martin Derner

Slovak Republic

 

Born 1973 in Košice. Finished studies at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava (Studio of free and coloured graphics, doc. Vojtěch Kolečník). Focuses on printmaking, art objects and photography.

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Michael Dietlinger

Germany

 

Born 1975 in Waldmünchen. Studies at the Akademie der Bildenden Künste in Nürnberg (prof. Peter Angermann). In 2007 founded the Kunstverein Hase & Moos e. V. Focuses on Japanese woodcut.

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Milli Janatková

Czech Republic

 

Born 1982 in Mělník. Studies at the University of Hradec Králové in the Arts Culture Department (studio of Mgr. Eva Francová). Scholarship stay at the Universidade de Evora in Portugal. Focuses on coloured linocut and music.

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Sylvie Kořánková

Czech Republic

 

Born 1982 in Pilsen. Studies at the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague in the Studio of Illustration and Graphics (prof. Juraj Horváth). One year of scholarship stay at the Universität Der Künste in Berlin (prof. Henning Wagenbreth). Focuses on illustration and making author’s books.

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Zuzka Růžičková

Czech Republic

 

Born 1982 in Olomouc. Studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague in Prague in the Studio of Printmaking II. – Studio of Vladimír Kokolia. Focuses especially on linocut. Uses an original technique - burning in by a solder.

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Ján Petrovič

Česká republika / Czech Republic

 

Born 1979 in Třinec. Finished studies at the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague in the Studio of Illustration and Graphics (prof. Juraj Horváth, prof. Jiří Šalamoun). Scholarship stay at Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (PUCP). Experiments with the technique of linocut.

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Aj Smith

USA

 

Born 1952 in Jonestown, Mississippi. Finished studies of painting and printmaking at Queens College, City University of New York and at the Kansas City Art Institute. Apprenticed five years with Mr. Robert Blackburn, art professor and founding Director of the Printmaking Workshop in New York City. Currently a Professor in the Art Department at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.

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