is a Bosnian artist who has interrogated the notion of private and public memory through the medium of painting.
Using mostly watercolor to “translate” photographs from politically-charged situations, Milak questions the visual presentation of, amongst other things, the wars which have dominated his country’s history.
Radenko Milak is a graduate from the Academy of Art in Banja Luka (2003) and a postgraduate from the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade (2007). His most recent solo exhibitions include Kunsthalle Darmstadt; Galerie Priska Pasquer, Cologne; and Galerie Patricia Dorfmann, Paris. Besides, he took part in numerous international group shows, among which Galerie du jour – Agnès b, Paris (2014), Galerie Bernhard Bischoff & Partner, Bern (2014), and Haus Der Kunst, Munich (2012). He lives and works in Banja Luka, Bosnia-Herzegovina.
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