Nomad Arts Weekend co-hosts


Jasmina Cibic is a London based artist, born in Ljubljana, Slovenia. She works in film, sculpture, performance, installation and photography, exploring how art and culture are used by political and ideological forces. Through unfolding the entanglements of art, gender and state power, the artist encourages viewers to consider the strategies employed in the construction of national culture. Jasmina represented Slovenia at the 55th Venice Biennial. Her solo shows include: macLyon, Museum Sztuki Lodz, Museum of Contemporary Art Ljubljana, CCA Glasgow, Phi Foundation Montreal, BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Kunstmuseen Krefeld, Aarhus 2017, Esker Foundation Calgary, Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb, Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade and Ludwig Museum Budapest. Her works in public and private collections include: Art Collection Telekom, Bevilacqua la Masa Foundation Venice, macLyon, Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade, Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina, Museum of Contemporary Art Ljubljana, Kunstmuseum Krefeld, Museum Sztuki Lodz, Dunedin Public Art Gallery, Lah Contemporary Collection Ljubljana, Vujičić Collection Zagreb, and Mihael Šutalo Collection Copenhagen.

Šejla Kamerić lives and works between Sarajevo, Berlin and Istria. She has received widespread acclaim for her intimate, socio-political commentaries that permeate her diverse artistic practice, often working in linguistically direct. Her photographic pieces, installations, films, and objects are informed by personal as well as socio-historical narratives, negotiating the politics of remembrance and possibilities for resistance. Her work has been shown in numerous international exhibitions and biennials, as well as included in several international art collections, such as TATE Modern in London, Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville in Paris, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam, MACBA Barcelona; National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul;  Vehbi Koç Istanbul, Contemporary Art Museum in Zagreb, and Cerin Antonić Collection Zagreb. Her films have been screened in more than 40 international film festivals including the Venice International Film Festival, International Film Festival Rotterdam and Sarajevo Film Festival. In 2011, Kamerić received the ECF Routes Princess Margriet Award for Cultural Diversity. 


Nomad is a long-term platform with a mission to nurture relationships between private and corporate collections with visual artists and art institutions in Central and Eastern Europe. Its practices include fundraising, commission management, producing exhibitions and publications, building collections as well as artist promotion. The most recent exhibitions include: Igor Eškinja, Poetics of Transparency Museum of Modern Art Dubrovnik & CCA Andratx (2023),  Jasmina Cibic, The Dreams We Call Our Own, Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb (2023), Zlatan Vehabović, An Atlas of the Lesser World, Museum of Modern Art Zagreb and Museum of Modern Art Split (2023), Lovro Artuković, Deceleration, Museum of Modern Art Dubrovnik (2021), Tarwuk, M491A192()inkaroh Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Rijeka (2016).

Maistra Collection is a refined collection of luxury hotels marked by modern designs that blend perfectly into the natural environment. It is home to one of the most important collections of Contemporary Art in Croatia and Central Europe. It has been lovingly and systematically collecting Modern and Contemporary artworks intended to enrich the premises of their hotels and the patrons who frequent them. The presented artists include Abdelkader Benchamma, Jasmina Cibic, Dušan Džamonja, Igor Eškinja, Ivana Franke, Veronica Gaido, Davor Sanvicenti, Sofija Silvia, Marko Tadić, Massimo Uberti, Zlatan Vehabović, and Silvio Vujičić. Hotels in this collection provide each guest with a rejuvenation of mind, body and spirit. It offers not only the classic luxury of first rate service and gourmet food, but also the sensorial experience of the artistic. Their love for delicious food is a heritage of their home region Istria, a peninsula known for its abundance of exquisite farm-grown flavors and aromas.

Tevž Logar works as an independent curator, editor, and author who collaborates with various art galleries, institutions, collections, and publishers. He has curated or co-curated a number of group and solo exhibitions and cooperated on various projects with institutions such as: the Venice Biennale (pavilions of Slovenia, North Macedonia, and Kosovo); Muzeum Sztuki, Łódź; Kunsthalle Prague; Ovidiu Șandor Collection, Timișoara; Lah Contemporary, Bled; Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Torino; TBA21, Vienna/Madrid; the Ljubljana Biennial of Graphic Arts; City Museum, Ljubljana; the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Rijeka; James Gallery, New York; Galerija Gregor Podnar, Berlin; Cooper Gallery, Dundee; American University of Beirut; CAC Genève; viennacontemporary; Kontakt Collection, Vienna, and many others. In 2023 he was appointed as chairman of the NLB Bank Group Art Council. From 2009 to 2014 he was the artistic director of the Škuc Gallery in Ljubljana. He is a co-founder of the Ulay Foundation in Amsterdam, where he now sits as a member of its advisory board. He lives in Rijeka, Croatia.



Gračansko dolje 48
10000 Zagreb
OIB: 22225679758
IBAN: HR7524840081104023705
Transaction title: “DONATION”

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