Sanja Lazic

Sanja Lazic

Sanja Lazic was born in 1990 in Belgrade, Serbia. While studying Journalism at the Faculty of Political Sciences, she discovered that her love towards investigating and exploring is much deeper than she thought. She enrolled into numerous projects including authorship on a student radio and TV station, and worked as a PR and journalist for the Belgrade Jazz Festival two years in a row. Her interest in art comes from a very early age and although she didn’t have the talent to pursue it professionally, she enjoys every day working and writing about it. Her favorite urban artists are Interesni Kazki, Saner and Phlegm. You can contact Sanja via sanja.lazic@widewalls.ch.
Authorship in Art - The Victim of Appropriation Authorship in Art – The Victim of Appropriation

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the most renowned national museums can be found in paris, chicago, new york, london, and mexico Best Museums in the World for Your Bucket List

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You don’t have to be an expert in architecture and design to acknowledge someone’s talent and vision. For years, the best museums in the world were places where people come to see art and enjoy its importance. However, in the last couple of decades,...

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Being an Art Dealer, learn, career, degree, works, museum, Being an Art Dealer : Top Tips and Tricks

If there is such thing as a perfect job, it is probably working as an art dealer. Just imagine constantly being surrounded by art and creativity, great ideas and interesting people, and above all, being paid for it! Art dealing is probably an ambition of...

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Widewalls Podcast #8: Paulo Ito

When in May last year the Brazilian born street artist Paulo Ito painted a huge mural in his hometown of Sao Paulo criticizing the World Cup, media across the world covered the story. The image depicting a starving boy in tears with a soccer ball on his plate...

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Serpentine Sackler Gallery Pascale Marthine Tayou: Boomerang

It is believed that our upbringing, place of birth, social and economic status, as well as life conditions affect the way we tend to perceive the world around us. For the Cameroon born artist Pascale Marthine Tayou, at least, this is true. Growing up in this...

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Fabien Castanier Gallery Luke Newton: Off the Shelf

Digital age we live in has, without a doubt, become one of the most common inspirations for contemporary art. Whether in a critical context or as a form of predicting the future, technological society we are part of defines us and changes our priorities, no...

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Vertical Gallery Heroes and Villains at Vertical Gallery

Even though theirroots take us back almost two hundred years ago, comics didn’t flourish until the mid-20th century, especially in the United States, western Europe and Japan (read about the current exhibition at Cell63 featuring Japanese art based on...

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Urban Spree Metroidz Prints at Urban Spree

For its first show of the year, Berlin based Urban Spree Galerie has prepared a special program! After the very successful series of hand painted variations on the Teufelsberg print last year, this contemporary art gallery focused on an artistic grassroots...

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Artist of the Week Artist of the Week – Poesia

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For years, urban art has been linked solely with the work on the streets and urban areas – the general opinion was it had no particular artistic value and it was connected to illegal actions, vandalism and marginalized groups. Now, the culture of urban art...

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Studio D'Ars Giulio Vesprini at Studio D’Ars

For the Italian artist Giulio Vesprini, simplicity is where the power lies. With the background in architecture and graphic design, the 35-year-old artist easily moves from graphic to illustration, from painting to street art, from video and photo to...

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art news New Banksy Work in Gaza

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Almost a year since his last recorded activity, world’s most famous street artist Banksy broke his silence today. Bristol born artist shared a photo in his Instagram, which had been inactive since Oct. 31, 2013. Changing the official account from @banksyny...

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Luxembourg & Dayan, New York Alex da Corte: Die Hexe

The New Jersey born Artist Alex da Corte is an undoubted heir of the American school of pop (read about the current exhibition at Saatchi Gallery entitled Pop the Streets). However, these influences are not that visible in his latest show entitled Die Hexe....

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Brit Award Statue and Women’s Rights

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Last night’s Oscars will be remembered for the tight competition between Birdman and Boyhood, emotional speech by J.K. Simmons and a powerful statement by the first time statue winner Patricia Arquette that had everyone on their feet. Arquette, who won best...

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Weekly Breakdown Weekly Breakdown: Feb 16 – 22

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The week behind us was pretty exciting! In the last seven days, we’ve informed you about every major art news and there was a lot of it and coming from all over the world. One of the most shared images was art created by the Greek street artist Stefanos,...

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Although roots of graphic design-like activities span the history of humankind, graphic design as we know and recognize it today is a rather new term. First coined by William Addison Dwiggins in 1922, it evolved into the ever-growing industry that makes...

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Art is Just a Four Letter Word Jan Kaláb – Getting Up

In the 80s, when Jan Kaláb was growing up, Eastern World wasn’t familiar with the culture of graffiti. Only a decade later, as Czech Republic separated from Slovakia and the country began opening to different influences, many of western culture became...

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Couturier Gallery Brian Ransom: Whistling Water Vessels

Brian Ransom was always a fan of eccentric things – sounds, art, everything. This especially became obvious when he began making ceramic vessels which produced stunning, and yes, eccentric sounds. This skill he never knew he had developed into a profession...

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Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth (Fort Worth, Texas)

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Perhaps the best example of what architecture can achieve is The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth located in Fort Worth, Texas. A masterpiece by the Japanese architect Tadao Ando, it combines simple geometry, incorporation of the natural environment, and very...

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