Mirjana Isaković


Mirjana Isaković
Mirjana Isakovic

Mirjana Isaković was born on December 31, 1936. She graduated from Academy of Applied Arts in 1963, when she became a member of ULUPUDS (The Association of Applied Arts Artists and Designers of Serbia). In 1972 she became professor at Faculty of Applied Arts where she chaired the department studio for art ceramics and ceramic sculpture. She retired in 2002. Married to Halil Tikvesa Serbian painter and graphics designer with whom she has a daughter Lana Tikvesa.[1]

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Pedagogic Work

In 1971 elected as professor at Faculty of Applied Arts and replaced the retired professor Ivan Tabaković. Her career as a successful pedagogue is witnessed by biographies of her students and, above all, the fact that she established the "Belgrade School" in the international art scene, where it occupies an impotent place. Mirjana Isaković mentored fourteen MA students who successfully matriculated from Faculty of Applied Arts.[1]

Exhibitions

Stand Alone Exhibitions

Five complete opuses which, taken individually, extended the limits of this, with us small, kind of visual art, and which were exhibited at eleven Stand Alone Exhibitions/

  • 1964 Gallery "Savremeni dom", Belgrade
  • 1966 Gallery "Nadežda Petrović" Čačak
  • 1969 Gallery "Grafički kolektiv", Belgrade
  • 1976 Gallery of Cultural Center, Belgrade
  • 1978 "Homage to Ivan Tabaković" (with Rosić and Stajević), Arandjelovac
  • 1985 "Galerija likovnih stvaralaca", Arandjelovac
  • 1985 "Mali likovni salon", Novi Sad
  • 1985 Gallery "Singidunum", Belgrade
  • 1986 Cultural Center, Banjaluka
  • 1989 Pavilion Cvijeta Zuzorić, as the laureate of Grand Prix of May Salon
  • 1990 City Museum "Bassano del Grappa", Italia (five Central European ceramic artists, each with an individual show: Polgar, Spurej, Vikova, Sramel, Isaković)
PRIMAVERA

Group exhibitions

over 150 Group Exhibitions in the country and abroad

Juried Group Exhibitions in the Country(Selection)

Some of the exhibitions:

  • October Salon: 1967,1968,1969,1970,1974,1975,1976,1977,1979,1980,1986,1995,1997,1999,2001
  • May Salon: 1969,1970,1975,1976,1977,1979,1980,1986,1993
  • Biennale of Belgrade Ceramics: 1978,1980
  • Triennial of Yugoslav Ceramics: 1968,1974,1977,1980,1983,1986,1989,1996,1999,2003
  • 1965 Yugoslav Ceramics, Museum of Applied Art, Belgrade
  • 1972 Contemporary Art of ceramics and Glass, Galerija Kulturnog centra, Belgrade
  • 1972 Contemporary Art of ceramics and Glass, Museum of Arts and Crafts, Zagreb
  • 1978 The First Sarajevo Triennial of Art, Sarajevo
  • 1978 Contemporary Tapestry and ceramics of Yugoslavia, Belgrade
  • 1981 NOB ( The People's Liberation Movement) in the Works of Yugoslav Artists, Belgrade, Ljubljana, Sarajevo

Juried International Exhibitions

Mirjana Isaković exhibited in 30 international juried exhibitions (with international juries)

Prizes and Awards

  • 1968 Prize of Likovni susret Subotice at I Triennial of Yugoslav Ceramics
  • 1970 Prize for Ceramics, May Salon, Belgrade
  • 1970 "Diploma d'onore", International Exhibition of Ceramics, Cervi, Italia
  • 1977 Prize of May Salon, Belgrade
  • 1977 "Grand Prix" at III Triennial of Yugoslav Ceramics
  • 1977 Annual Prize of ULUPUDS (for 1976/1977)
  • 1981 Prize at Exhibition NOB (The People's Liberation Movement) in the Works of Yugoslav Artists, Belgrade
  • 1984 Honorary Diploma at I International Triennial of Small Ceramics, Zagreb
  • 1986 Grand Prix of May Salon, Belgrade
  • 1986 Grand Prix at VI Triennial of Yugoslav Ceramics, Subotica, Belgrade
  • 1986 Prize of ULUPUDS at October Salon
  • 1986 "Honorable mention" at International Competition "Mino'86", Nagoya, Japan
  • 1986 Grand Plaque of University of Arts, Belgrade, for pedagogical work
  • 1998 Award for the Life Opus from ULUPUDS
  • 1998 "Plaque with Silver Medal" from Professoral and Art Assembly of Faculty of Appllied Arts for extraordinary contribution to the development of this institution for high education

Works in Public Spaces (Ceramic Sculptures and Mural Compositions)

References

  • Gordana Popovic-Vasic, Dragoslav Stojanovic Sip, Mila Rajkovic, Svetlana Isakovic, Mirjana Isakovic, Ljiljana Cinkul (2010). Mirjana Isakovic: Restrospective Exhibition Ceramic Sculpture, Museum of Applied Art. Museum of Applied Art. ISBN 978-86-7415-141-9. 

Sources

  1. ^ a b Gordana Popovic-Vasic, Dragoslav Stojanovic Sip, Mila Rajkovic, Svetlana Isakovic, Mirjana Isakovic, Ljiljana Cinkul (2010). Mirjana Isakovic: Restrospective Exhibition Ceramic Sculpture, Museum of Applied Art. Museum of Applied Art. ISBN 978-86-7415-141-9. 

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