Ljubica Jocic Knezevic

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Biography

Ljubica Jocic Knezevic was born in Belgrade, Serbia, in 1973. In 1998 she graduated at the Faculty of Applied Art and Design, Belgrade.

In 2001, she took a Master in Ceramic Art at the same Faculty, with a dissertation titled “Ceramic sculpture for interiors and exteriors of public spaces for society humanization and education," under the supervision of professor Velimir Vukicevic.

In July 2001 she obtained authorization for a residency in Japan from the Agency for Cultural Affairs (Bunka-cho/Government of Japan), and in April 2002 she took a course in ceramic sculpture at the Tajimi Ceramic Institute (Isho ken), with professor Harumi Nakashima.

Knezevic is an active member of a number of associations, including the Association of Applied Artists and Designers of Serbia, DOSOKAI, the association of former students in Japan, ULPUDS-Serbia, the Arts Council for the ceramic arts section, and IAC, International Academy of Ceramics.

Ljubica Knezevic Portrait

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GROUP SHOWS

2015
Artist in Residence, Officine Saffi Gallery, Milan, Italy

2014
SOFA CHICAGO, Art Fair, Officine Saffi Gallery, Chicago, USA
Collect, Internatianal Art Fair, Officine Saffi Gallery, London, United Kingdom

2013
58° Premio Internazionale Ceramica Faenza, Officine Saffi, Milan, Italy

2012
IAC-AIC International Academy of Ceramic Geneva GA meeting and exhibition of members, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA

2011
57˚ Premio Internazionale Ceramica, Faence, Italy
The 9th International Ceramic Competition MINO, Japan

2009
56˚ Premio Internazionale Ceramica, Faence, Italy

2008
Mashiko international competition, Japan

2005
Contemporary Serbian Ceramic Art – Ceramic Art Gallery, Paddington, Sydney, Australia
54˚ Premio Internazionale Ceramica, Faence, Italy
IIV Biennale Contemporary Ceramic, Manises, Spain


SOLO SHOWS

2007
Gallery Singidunum, Belgrade, Serbia

2006
Gallery Singidunum, Belgrade, Serbia

2004
Gallery Singidunum, Belgrade, Serbia

2002
Tokyo gallery, Toki city, Mino, Japan
Museum, Belgrado, Serbia and Montenegro
Gallery of Tajimi Ceramics Institute, Japan

2001
Great Gallery and Gallery of Culture Centre New Belgrade, Yugoslavia

2000
Gallery of Cultural Centre Tajimi, Japan
Gallery Chedomir Krstic, Culture Centre Pirot, Yugoslavia

Exhibitions

Officine Saffi Lab Artist In Residence Nero 2

Artist in Residence

From 1 to 30 October 2015


Officine Saffi Gallery 58° Premio Faenza

OFFICINE SAFFI HOST THE 58th PREMIO FAENZA

From 16 October 2013 to 16 November 2013