Ivana Bašić is included in the group show STRAY, curated by Tiffany Zabludowicz at the Tamares Building in Times Square, New York. On view will be her installation’s Through the hum of black velvet sleepand A thousand years ago 10 seconds of breath were 40 grams of dust. Opening today, STRAY will remain on view through 30 January. Click here for more information.
Ivana Bašić is included in D360’s 7 emerging artists to watch. To see the full list, click here.
Artnet lists “Unquestionable Optimism – The Barn Show” with Ivana Baśič, Alexandra Gorczynski and Anne Vieux as one of its 12 Must-See Art Shows Happening in the Hamptons This Summer. Read the full article here.
Ivana Basic’s exhibition at Marlborough Gallery, New York, was reviewed in Creator Vice. In the review, writher Beckett Mufson points to how “Bašić’s sculptures have been compared to the movie monsters of H.R. Giger and Ridley Scott. A more accurate conceptual reference, however, would be the stories of Franz Kafka, a key influence on Bašić’s work.” Read the complete review here.
Ivana Baśič’s current solo show at Marlborough Contemporary in New York was reviewed by Artforum. “Her work suggests that we have not yet tasted the trauma we have envisioned. We are merely testing its reality”, writes Matthew Weinstein. Read the full article here.
Ivana Bašić is featured in the May issue of Artforum in Top 10. Read the full article here.
Ivana Bašić’s solo exhibition this month at Marlborough Contemporary in New York is reported on AQNB. “Looking at dust, particles, form, as well as physical states of pressure, density and porosity, Bašić will immerse us in the relationship between body and universe”, the author writes. Read the full article here.
Ivana Basic’s work in the recent exhibition Dreamlands: Immersive Cinema and Art, 1905–2016 at the Whitney in New York is discussed in the article ‘Can Virtual Reality Help Us Understand Gender Identity’. Read the full article here.
Hyperallergic includes Ivana Baśič in its most memorable art at this year’s NADA New York. Baśič’s work Stay inside or perish, 2016 is described as ‘elegant yet rife with trauma’. Read the full article here.
Ivana Basic is interviewed in relation to her two-person exhibition Miserere Paraphrase at Holiday Forever, New York. Read the article here.
Nicole Kaack mentions Ivana Basic in the exhibition review “Miguel Angel Cárdenas Without a Body at Andrea Rosen“. The author writes: “Ivana Bašić sees defeat in the failures of the body itself”. Read the full review here.
Ivana Bašić is mentioned as “among ones to watch in 2017” by the Calvert Journal. Read the full review here.
Ivana Baśič is named as one of the 17 Emerging Artists to Watch in 2017 by Artsy. View the full list here.
Ivana Basic is mentioned in WSJ’s review “Dreamlands’ at the Whitney Museum: Between Illusion and Reality” in relation to her participation in the current group exhibition Dreamlands: Immersive Cinema and Art 1905-2016. The exhibition runs through 5 February, 2017. You can read the full article here.
Ivana Basic is featured in Musée Magazine in relation to her participation in the exhibition Dreamlands: Immersive Cinema and Art 1905-2016 at the Whitney in New York. “Ivana Basic’s sculpture ‘SOMA’ features a plasticky corpse hanging on a metal bar, with the torso melting into the limbs as if the body was popped in the microwave and removed a gooey mutation. And the sense of dread and disgust at the sight of this work reveals a very human sensation to remain human, despite the cyborg stage”, writes Celina Huynh. Read the full article here.
The current group exhibition Dreamlands: Immersive Cinema and Art 1905-2016 at the Whitney featuring Ivana Basic works has been reviewed by Jongho Lee in Eyes Towards the Dove. Referencing Basic’s video and sculpture ‘SOMA’ (2013-), he writes: “Her body exists in countless ways, including in the future through means of production that have not even been realized yet. In the existing rendering at the exhibit, her body appears both as a sculpture and an animation.” Read the full review here.
Loney Abrams spoke with Basic in her Brooklyn studio about the digital and material ways the artist has alienated herself from her own body, about the ever-present existential fear that she experienced growing up in Serbia in the ’90s, and about her plans for an upcoming group show at the Whitney Museum. Read the full interview here.
Yannis Kostarias reviews Ivana Basic’s exhibition and notes: “Annka Kultys gallery’s exhibitions have been remarkable indications of creativity in the long-term vitality of the east London art scene.” You can read the full review here.
Adeleine St has written a thorough review of Ivana Basic’s exhibition Throat wanders down the blade… at Annka Kultys Gallery for AQNB magazine. Describing the work, she writes: “The nape of the neck, a jagged rib, flesh that could once have been a hand, the nub of a heel, oscillating between foetal and decaying…” Read the full review here.
Robert Barry has written about Ivana Basic’s solo exhibition at Annka Kultys Gallery, Throat wanders down the blade... “The work of Ivana Basic takes its starting point from human flesh, in all its horror and ambiguity,” writes Barry in “Aliens Bodies. Ivana Basic at Annka Kultys.” An interview with Ivana Basic follows his introduction as well as an extract of Ivana’s new book published by Annka Kultys Gallery. Read the full article here.
Art Viewer has listed Throat Wanders Down the Blade, Ivana Basic’s solo show at Annka Kultys Gallery. You can view the full post here.
Ivana Basic’s solo show Throat Wanders Down the Blade has been listed by Aujourd’hui. You can view the full piece here.