Sandra Križić Roban
time periodOctober 2003 - October 2003
Ph.D. in Art History, University of Zagreb, 2002. Research assistant at the Institute of Art History, Zagreb (project Artistic Tendencies and Art Phenomena in Croatia from 19 till 21st Century). Editor of the book “Antoaneta Pasinovic - Izazov misljenja o prostornom jedinstvu” (“Challenge of the Thoughts on Spatial Unity” - anthology of the contemporary architectural writing), 2001.
From 2000 editor in chief of Zivot umjetnosti art magazine (publish by Institute of Art History, Zagreb); member of the editorial board of Covjek i prostor (bimonthly review of architecture).
Member of the Croatian Association of the Art Historians and Croatian section of AICA. Contributed with papers to AICA Symposiums in Zagreb, 1996, Northern Ireland (I see a red door and I want to paint it - gold), 1997 and Poland, 1999; symposium “Art and Ideology - Nineteen-Fifties in a divided Europe”, Zagreb, 1999 (Escape from Programmatic Dictate - Personal Photographic Contribution in Art of the Nineteen-Fifties).
Work as art critic since 1986, regularly publishing art critics, reviews and papers on contemporary art and architecture in various art/architecture reviews and daily newspapers (Start, Danas, Vijenac, Likovne besede, Čovjek i prostor, Život umjetnosti, Oris, Vjesnik); collaborate regularly in TV and broadcast shows. Realize numerous exhibitions of contemporary art.
With her husband Nenad Roban organize exhibitions of contemporary art practices in their private space (Krizic Roban Gallery).
Selected bibliography: www.hart.hr/skr.htm