The collection includes the works of the later followers of
this tradition - until the present, contemporary authors. Particularly
interesting are the authors that are classified as marginal, at the crossroads of naive and outsider art.To them the most important is the process of creating, originality, spontaneity of expression.
Drago Jurak, Ana Matina, Zeljko Korosec, Zvonimir Krancelbinder... Less explored authors whose creative work is positioned at the edge of Naive Art, bordering with Outsider Art, Art Brut and similar phenomena in contemporary art. Presenting these authors is an attempt to show the richness and diversity of Naive Art, but also the possibility of new perspectives - considering at the phenomenon of Naive Art from new angles.
Golden City (1987) by Drago JurakKoprivnica Town Museum - Gallery of Naive Art, Hlebine
From the cycle "Fantazmopolis" cycle of fantastic, of imagined cities: the city-ships, city cathedral; cities connected by a multitude of architectural elements in its exuberance and the dense population create perfect harmony and an indivisible unit.
Behind the Wire by Ana MatinaKoprivnica Town Museum - Gallery of Naive Art, Hlebine
Ana Matina is a unique painter in Naive Art. Housewife who painted only and exclusively with her fingers. She has managed to build his artistic universe, independent of any influence and completely away from the uniformity of most recent works of Hlebine School.
Sivko (name of the dog meaning a grey dog) (2010) by Zeljko KorosecKoprivnica Town Museum - Gallery of Naive Art, Hlebine
Minimalism, simplicity, schematicity brought to the full expression and creative power.
Three-headed Devil (2003) by Zvonimir KrancelbinderKoprivnica Town Museum - Gallery of Naive Art, Hlebine
Social criticism and critic of political systems through unusual forms that classifies Zvonimir Krancelbinder by the edge area of Naive Art.
Present Followers of the Tradition
Works of the recent authors who work in the manner of Naive Art
Mystical atmosphere and characters who emerge from the rich vegetation which is to further plans engulfed by the light and the swinging forms.
From Pasomoki to Gola (1999) by Alen GjerekKoprivnica Town Museum - Gallery of Naive Art, Hlebine
The uncertainty and the inevitability of death transformable fluid forms in the dark gamut presents the influence of Ivan Vecenaj that is successfully adapted and transform into individual artistic expression.
Mill by the Drava River (2013) by Ivan AndrasicKoprivnica Town Museum - Gallery of Naive Art, Hlebine
Swinging forms associated with some realistic element in the vicious circle of mild erotic impulse.
Drava Goldsmiths (2012) by Drazen TetecKoprivnica Town Museum - Gallery of Naive Art, Hlebine
Tale of Drava Goldsmiths emerged with a tale of painted landscape where every leaf and water drop meticulously drawn in closely built composition. Influence of Mijo Kovacic.
Generalized figures placed in the open, dynamic compositions, bright and clear tones.
Fran (2008) by Martin KopricanecKoprivnica Town Museum - Gallery of Naive Art, Hlebine
Meticulously refined portraiture, composition enriched with floral motifs.
My Dream (1989) by Tomislav GrabarKoprivnica Town Museum - Gallery of Naive Art, Hlebine
Unusual landscape takes us to a different world of fairy tales and wonderful creatures and stories.
Poppies in the Field (2013) by Vladimir IvancanKoprivnica Town Museum - Gallery of Naive Art, Hlebine
Specific and distinctive dandelion motif that dissolve into imaginative, balanced and slightly dinamized composition of blue tones.
Woman praying a Rosary (2003) by Djurdjica BalogKoprivnica Town Museum - Gallery of Naive Art, Hlebine
Interesting technically derived housewife, gentle expression oversized hand which underlines the importance of faith and prayer in the simple life of a peasant.
Dancing in the Moonlight (2014) by Pero TopljakKoprivnica Town Museum - Gallery of Naive Art, Hlebine
Curator of the exhibition: Helena Kusenic, curator, Koprivnica Town Museum - Gallery of Naive Art, Hlebine
Photographs: Vlatko Lacković, Foto Mlan, Koprivnica, Croatia