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ROMANA MILUTIN FABRIS

Born in 1941 in Dubrovnik. In 1960 she graduated from the High School of Applied Arts in Split and Zagreb, and she graduated from the Academy of Applied Arts.

She subsequently obtained an international scholarship from the Austrian government to attend the "Sommer Akademie fur Bildende Kunst" in Salzburg and study under famous master Oskar Kokoschka.

Since 1964, Romana has had more than one hundred solo exhibitions and has participated in more than one hundred and fifty collective exhibitions, both in Croatia and abroad.

She has been invited to study and work in Austria, Germany, Italy, Holland, Switzerland, Hungary, England, France, America, Japan and USSR.

Romana is a member of HDLU and ULUPUD. She lives and works in Dubrovnik.

» 11.08.2010. - New Web Gallery
   
Pictures currently available for sale in
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» 10.12.2008. - New Web Gallery
   
Romana and Oscar winner
Kevin Spacey, Goran Štrok...


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Gallery Romana Art - Hotel Dubrovnik Palace Hotel Palace Dubrovnik
Masarykov put 20
20000 Dubrovnik, Croatia
Tel: +385(0)91 584 4946


 Old town - Marojice Kaboge bb
20000 Dubrovnik, Croatia
Tel: +385 (0)91 501 3318

E-mail: info@romana-milutin.com
"Using the sophisticated idiom of the profession, I could as well put it this way: continuing this way, her Dubrovnik will turn into a Malevichian white square on a white surface, which in turn would present a logical evolution of the interaction between the artist and the space. Yet I sense it that the bougainvillaeas and the wistaria will ruin the purity of the concept and that their luxury is going to impose itself to the Zen-Buddhist reduction of the form down to pure air over and over again. The growingly poor continuities of our local traditions and the immaculate, therefore touching devotion of Romana Milutin to Dubrovnik, call for the city to reciprocate at least in part. A total reciprocation can not be expected - hers seems too big, anyway, at this exhibition alone."

     Don Branko Sbutega, 2003.g.