Research Assistant, Doctoral Student
P. +385 1 6112 044; +385 91 7979 808
Sanja Horvatinčić was born in 1986 in Zagreb, Croatia. In 2010 she received MAs in Art History, and English Language and Literature, from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb. From 2009 to 2011, she was an assistant curator at the contemporary art gallery Galzenica. In 2011, she was employed as a Research Assistant at the Institute of Art History in Zagreb, on the project "Modernity, Modernism and Postmodernism in Croatian Art in the 20th Century". She is a PhD candidate at the Post-graduate Study Humanist Sciences (Art History) at the University of Zadar. Her PhD thesis "Memorials from the Socialist Era in Croatia – Typology Model" is supervised by Prof. Ljiljana Kolešnik. She spent three months at a research visit in Slovenia in 2014, and became part of the research team at the digital humantites project ARTNET, founded by the Croatian Science Foundation. She was a lecturer at the post-graduate course Art for Collective Use: Monument, Performance, Ritual, Body (2015/16), held at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Ljubljana. She has attended a number of international conferences and held several public lectures and educational seminars. She is the executive editor of journal Život umjetnosti and the secretary of the Regional Centre for Art, Culture and New Media. She is the author of several scinetific papers on the subject of memorial sculpture and architecture of the second half of the 20th centeury in socialist Yugoslavia and Europe.
- Ballade of the Hanged: Representation of World War II Atrocities in Yugoslav Memorial Sculpture, In: Art and its Response to the Changes in Society, London: Cambridge University Press, 2016., 173–192.
- Erased: on the Circularity of Misogyny on the Example of Female Representation in the Public Space of Zagreb, In: Natrag na trg! Umjetnost u javnom prostoru: prakse i refleksije, Zagreb: BLOK, 2015., 90–101.
- Monument, Territory, and the Mediation of War Memory in Socialist Yugoslavia. Život umjetnosti : časopis za suvremena likovna zbivanja. 96 (2015); 34–61.
- The History of Impossible Monument: Construction of the Memorial to the Victims of Fascism in Jajinci. Anali Galerije Antuna Augustinčića. 32-33; 34-35 (2015), 261–282.
- Monuments Dedicated to Labor and the Labor Movement in Socialist Yugoslavia. Etnološka tribina : godišnjak Hrvatskog etnološkog društva. 44 (2014), 37, 153–168.
- Model for the Analysis and Interpretation of Memorial Sculpture from the Socialist Era, Radovi Instituta za povijest umjetnosti. 37 (2013), 217–228.