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On Tuesday July 17, 2018, at 21:00hrs, the Croatian Association of Interdisciplinary Artists – HUIU in Pula will host an exhibition titled Counterfeits, Misinformation and Frozen Images – Design by Dalibor Martinis of the ’70s and ’80s, as part of the accompanying program of Pula Film Festival. The exhibition is jointly organized by HUIU and Croatian Designers’ Association HDD. The exhibition was originally produced and initially held within the HDD Gallery program in 2017 and presents an overview of design work by Dalibor Martinis, mainly in the field of exhibition and film posters, as well as design for television media. The curators of the exhibition are Marko Golub and Dejan Kršić.
Exhibition Counterfeits, Misinformation and Frozen Images presents an overview of the design work of one of the most important Croatian conceptual and media artist Dalibor Martinis. These are mostly exhibition posters realized continuously since the early 70s to the late 80s for the Gallery of Modern Art (today’s MSU) in Zagreb, movie posters for authors like Rajko Grlic and Lordan Zafranović, but also TV graphics (telops) for RTV Zagreb designed in 70s in collaboration with Sanja Iveković.
Dalibor Martinis is undoubtedly one of the most famous Croatian artists of the so called new art practice, whose beginnings are related to conceptual art, video art, performance art and generally media art. Like many other artists of that generation (B. Bućan, S. Iveković,G. Trbuljak, J. Kaloper, G. Žuvela, D. Tomičić, Ž. Borčić and others.) Martinis was also involved in visual art since the early 70s. By the beginning of the 90s he continued to work on graphic design. Although he has designed several publications as well as a series of catalogs, the main part of his design opus are exhibition and film posters.