Hana Miletić, 1982, lives in Brussels, Belgium
Photo: André Marc Räubig
Hana Miletić`s work strikes a deep, albeit discreet, chord in today`s world. Her woven transcriptions of commonplace repairs on cars and buildings speak of economic hardship and personal resilience, as does the transnational dimension of her project between Pristina and Basel. Her process itself, the slow and attentive act of weaving, meaningfully echoes the deeper task we are all engaged in.
In addition to the cash prize, Baloise acquires a group of works by the award winners and donates them to two important European museums. The works of Hana Miletić were presented to the collection of the MUDAM Luxembourg, Musée d'Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean, Luxembourg.
Gallery: Lambdalambdalambda, Pristina, Kosovo
Jury members: Marie-Noëlle Farcy, Curator/Head of Collection, MUDAM, Luxembourg; Grażyna Kulczyk, art collector and founder of the Muzeum Susch; Stéphane Aquin, Director of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts; Sven Beckstette, Curator at Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin and Martin Schwander, Fine Art Advisor of Baloise, Chairman of the jury.
- Interview with the winner at Art Basel 2021
- Conversation at the Baloise Art Prize Event 2021
- MUDAM Luxembourg, Musée d'Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean, Luxemburg
- Gallery: Lambdalambdalambda, Pristina, Kosovo
The works of Hana Miletić were presented to the collection of the MUDAM Luxembourg, Musée d'Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean, Luxembourg.
Photo: Christian Aschman