Within the Artists-in-Residence Program, CCA is delighted to host the artist Igor Eskinja. Born in 1975 in Rijeka, Croacia, Eskinja studied painting at the Accademia di Belle Arti in Venice. He constructs his architectonics of perception as ensembles of modesty and elegance and ‘performs’ the objects and situations, catching them in their intimate and silent transition from two-dimensional to three-dimensional formal appearance. Igor currently lives and works in Rijeka and will be staying in Studio Amarillo during November 2022.



2020          Do Plants Dream of the Future?, Delta LAB, European capital of culture – Rijeka                       2020, organized and produced by Drugo more, Rijeka, Croatia

2019          Paris Photo, Federico Luger Gallery, sector PRISMES, Paris, France

                 Meditations On The Horizon, Federico Luger Gallery, Milan, Italy

                 Solo Show, Art Geneve, FL gallery, Switzerland

2018          Golden Fingers Of Louvre, curated by Dalibor Pranjcevic, gallery Kula, Split,                             Croatia 

                 Resources And Other Short Stories, Michaela Stock gallery, Vienna, Austria

2017          Efemeropolis, curated by Jasminka Babic, gallery School, Split, Croatia


2020          To be continued…Comics and Visual culture in Croatia, curated by Jasna Jaksic and                   Ivana Kancir, MSU, Museum of contemporary Art, Zagreb, Croatia

                 Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day?, Alberta Pane Gallery, online 3rd                               Industrial Art Bienial, curated by Branka Bencic, Raša, Croatia

                 Collection, Hommage to Claudia Gian Ferrari, MAXXI Rome, Italy

2019          Collection for the Future – acquisitions 2009-2019, Museum of Contemporary Art,                     Zagreb, Croatia

                 United in Diversity, Delta lab 001, Rijeka, Croatia

2018          FOrms Of Coexistance, curated by Maria Vassileva, Structura gallery, Sofia, Turkey

                 Let Them Draw, (Drawing and withdrawing) curated by Pravdoljub Ivanov, Sariev                     Contemporary, Plovdiv, Bulgaria