An exhibition of sculptures by Marko Vukša, winner of the first prize of the International Art Salon “30×30,” is to be on display in the Small Salon of the National Museum of Zrenjanin starting from July 20 and is intended to be open for public viewing until August 12, 2020. The works from the exhibition of Marko Vukša provide an insight into the author’s work from 2007 to 2020. The exhibition will feature around 10 sculptures in wood, stone, and terracotta. The exhibition of works by Marko Vukša is organized by the Cultural Center of Zrenjanin in cooperation with the National Museum of Zrenjanin. For 14 years, the Cultural Center, in cooperation with Milutin Mićić, MA, has been announcing the 30X30 Art Competition, after which an art salon of the same name is held, presenting the award-winning artists.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Marko Vukša was born in Belgrade (1977). He graduated from the Faculty of Applied Arts in Belgrade in 2001 and has attended master workshops with Kosta Bogdanović. Since 2016, he has been working as an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Applied Arts in Belgrade in the field of Applied Sculpture. Thus far, Marko Vukša has exhibited in 19 solo exhibitions, and has had 33 sculptures installed in public spaces. He has also exhibited in 170 collective exhibitions and biennials in Serbia, Montenegro, the USA, Slovenia, Romania, Albania, Spain, France, China, Germany, Austria, and Japan. He is a participant in and organizer of several art colonies, symposia, and workshops (in Serbia, Montenegro, Romania, Japan, China, and Slovenia). In addition to his artistic works publicly displayed in Serbia, Japan, Slovenia, and Israel, his works can be found in private collections in Serbia, Montenegro, Canada, USA, France, Denmark, Austria, Japan, Slovenia, and China. He has won 15 notable awards and commendations for sculpture (Serbia, France).