Maruša Sagadin (b. 1978) completed her graduate studies in architecture at the Technical University of Vienna (1997-2004) and at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, where she graduated from the Department of Performing Arts and Sculpture (2005-2010). She works in the field of sculpture, installation, performance and art in public space. Her recent exhibitions include exhibitions in tandem with Marge Monko at the Hobusepea Gallery, Tallinn (2021) and with Thomas Reinhold at the Christine König Galerie in Vienna (2020) and solo exhibitions at the Material Art Fair – Lina Lapelyte in Mexico City (2019) and as part of Art and Public Space (KÖR) in Lower Austria. Her work was part of group exhibitions at the Triennial of Contemporary Slovenian Art in Ljubljana, Slovenia (2019), the 3rd Industrial Biennial in Rijeka, Croatia (2020) and the Sculpture Triennial in Bingen, Germany (2020). In 2019, she was nominated for the Dagmar Chobot Sculpture Prize, awarded by the Leopold Museum in Vienna and is the recipient of the Viktor Gogarassy Award of the Joanneum Museum in Graz, Austria. Her works are part of the Vienna City Collection, the Vienna Museum Collection, the Arthotek des Bundes, the Drawing and Printing Cabinet at the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts and the Joanneum Museum Graz. She lives and works in Vienna, where she is represented by Christine König Galerie.
I Have Had Many Troubles, but Most of Them Never Happened.
(after Sister Corita), 2020
Mixed media (paint, Letraset), 29,5 x 47,5 cm