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Katarina Caserman

Skorzy en, 2023

oil on canvas
55 x 25 x 3.8cm
About Katarina Caserman
Katarina Caserman (b. 1996) is a London-based artist originally from Slovenia. The challenge of representing nonmaterial matter is central to Caserman's artistic inquiry. The artist sees that for each existing object, it requires a particular type of material to facilitate its growth, and within this process, the artist seeks to give form to the intangible. She recognises that thoughts, memories, and time exist beyond the bounds of our perceptible reality, yet they remain integral components of our lives. Her work aims to materialise these abstract concepts by imbuing them with tangible characteristics such as colour, shape, and movement. She obtained her MA in Painting at the Royal College of Art in 2022 and her BA in Painting at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Ljubljana. She was awarded a Ministry of Culture of Slovenia’s Scholarship for Promising Young Artists (2020). Caserman’s first solo show with Tabula Rasa Gallery is scheduled in 2024 in Beijing. Her recent exhibitions include And the safe spot become impassable, curated by Ethan Yip/Yisi Li (Hong Kong, 2024); Untalely, Tabula Rasa Gallery (Beijing, 2023); Tabula Rasa: Unveiled, No.9 Cork Street (London, 2023); The last train after the last train; Public Gallery (London, 2023); Pandora (Sivi.), Long Story Short NYC (New York, 2023); Conscious Unconscious, Pippy Houldsworth Gallery (London, 2023); NADA Miami 2022, presented by Tabula Rasa Gallery (Miami, 2022); It is Better to be Cats than be Loved, Tabula Rasa Gallery (London, 2022); Made in Heaven, duo solo, Des Bains (London, 2022); s02e02, International Centre of Graphic Arts (Ljubljana, 2019); and Fin-de-Siècle #III at Layer House Gallery (Kranj, 2019). Her works can be found in Deji Art Museum and many other private collections.