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Slaven Tolj

Slaven Tolj
Slaven Tolj stencil in Pula, Croatia.
Born 1964
Dubrovnik, Croatia

Slaven Tolj (born in 1964), a multimedia artist from Dubrovnik, Croatia. He achieved international recognition for his installations, body art, and performances presenting distinct political and social-cultural criticism.

The beginning of Slaven Tolj’s work, as an artist, was determined by his experiences of the Yugoslav War, the Siege of Dubrovnik by the Yugoslavian army in the years 1991-1992, as well as the disintegration of former Yugoslavia. In the course of the late 1990s Slaven Tolj gradually extended the scope of his art, incorporating themes and issues related to political transformation and the emergence of multiculturalism and globalization.

Slaven Tolj has also been involved in organisational and curatorial activities. He is one of the founders of Art Workshop Lazareti in Dubrovnik – a key institution for contemporary art scene in Dubrovnik and Croatia.

In 2005 he was the commissioner of the Croatian pavilion at the Venice Biennale.[1]


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  • About Slaven Tolj by Michael Kolecek
  • Slaven Tolj
  • Art Workshop Lazareti

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  • Slaven Tolj - Untitled retrospective...
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