Eichstätt Cathedral Treasury and Diocesan Museum
Nikola Sarić – Reflexionen
The exhibition presents a review on the artist’s work since 2014 in a intentional artistic-theologian dialogue between contemporary views and the historic exhibits of the diocesan museum.
Address: Residenzplatz 7, 85072 Eichstätt, Germany
Opening hours: Wednesday-Friday 10:30-17:00 h; Saturday, Sunday and public holidays 10:00-17:00 h.
Closed on Monday and Tuesday. Special opening hours available on request. For more information: www.dioezesanmuseum-eichstaett.de.
Artistic sites in Hannover open their doors. Zukunftswerkstatt Ihme-Zentrum will show new works by Nikola Sarić and others.
This book presents, in chronological order, a selection of 50 works of art from different eras, different geographical origins, in different techniques, made for various purposes. The oldest dates back to the 4th century and the most recent was painted in 2017 – von Nikola Sarić.
Available at bookstores (ISBN 9788816605916). Texts are in Italian.
The fruit of ten years of work, Crucifixion in art, from triumph to injury, sweeps through 2000 years of iconography of the Crucifixion, in the West and in the East.
It is my honour to say that the authors also extensively wrote about my works done on this theme (pages 380-383), including the image of Crucifixion from the “Cycle of Life”.
Available at bookstores (ISBN 9782227495029). Texts are in French.