Zlatan Vehabović

Zlatan Vehabović (Banja Luka, 1982) graduated from the School of Applied Arts and Design in Zagreb in 2000. He continued his education at the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb, where in 2006 he graduated in painting in the class of prof. Zlatko Keser. In the same year, he was awarded the prize for the best graduate thesis. In 2007, he enrolled in the postgraduate doctoral study of painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb, and since 2016 he has been working at the same institution as an assistant at the Painting Department. Projects in which he participated include work as a cultural ambassador of the European Commission with the aim of representing Croatia abroad during the process of Croatia’s accession to the European Union (2013) and cooperation in the charity campaign 208 Against Mines (Peugeot Art Car, Peugeot and the Croatian Government Demining Office, director Dijana Pleština, 2012). In 2016, he participated in the prestigious residency program The Arctic Circle. From 2006 until today, he has exhibited in a dozen solo exhibitions in Croatia and participated in over forty group exhibitions in Croatia and abroad (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia, Austria, Germany, Italy, Denmark, USA). He has received numerous awards and recognitions for his work. His works can be found in domestic and foreign private and public collections (Filip Trade / Lauba Collection – House for People and Art, Zagreb; Hypo Group Collection, Zagreb; Erste Bank Collection, Zagreb; Essl Museum, Klosterneuburg, Austria; European Parliament Art Collection, Brussels, Belgium). He lives and works in Zagreb.