Manic Episode 5, New Haven CT, USA 2017


 
OVER 2017
acrylic on wood 62 x43 x 2 cm
Ely Center of Contemporary Art, 51 Trumbull Street, New Haven CT (USA)
https://www.elycenter.org/
International groupshow: Sept 06 – Oct 14, 2017
Opening reception: Saturday Sept 9: 17 – 20 hr
Curator: Kevin Daly / Ball & Socket Arts
Catalouge: 5. ManiacEpisode5
 

OVER, solo exhibition, Mostar, BiH 2017


 
solo exhibition by Arleta Cehic
HD HS Kosača gallery, June 6th – June 16, 2017
Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
 

Collegium Artisticum, Sarajevo, BiH 2017

Untitled #11, 2016, acrylic on wood, dyptich 17cm x 14cm x 2,5cm and 16cm x 16 cm x 2,5cm

Sixth of April exhibition “Collegium Artisticum 2017”,
Art gallery Collegium Artisticum,
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Miniscules , Bolsward, Nedherlands 2016


 
Catalouge:Miniscules
 
International Art Exhibition Miniscules curated by Wilma Wissers from 10. september/ 09. October 2016, Galerie Badweg 3, Bolsward, Nedherlands
 
The opening will be performed by Judith Spijksma who works in the Fries Museum. This exhibition is an international cooperative project between artists from France, Netherlands, USA, Turkey, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Germany and Australia. It is an initiative of Wilma Vissers (NL) and it is a sequel to an exhibition that has taken place in 2013/2014 at TAS in Groningen. The title “Miniscules” is a playful variation of the word small in French, English, and Dutch.
 
The motto for this exhibition is:
1. To make a work of art that can fit in the palm of your hand.
2. The work of art should be able to travel the world with or without the artist that created it
3. To make a nod or an ironic comment on the history of art in which everything should be big , bigger, or even grand.
 
The small size makes it possible for the spectator to have a very close relation or connection with a work of art because it can be viewed up close. The works of art are abstract and could be categorized as concrete or formal art. Each artist has two works in the exhibition of “Miniscules”
 

 
Bez naziva # 11, 2016, akrilik na drvetu, diptih 17cm x 14cm x 2,5cm i 16cm x 16 cm x 2,5cm