Šejla Kamerić

Šejla Kamerić

Šejla Kamerić works with various media such as film, photography, objects or drawings. The all-pervading element in her work are her – often uneasy – memories. She is using them as a power source by sharpening the focus of the present through the burden past. Based on her own experiences, memories and dreams, her work takes us to glocal spaces of displacement and discrimination. The sadness and beauty, hope and pain that shines out of her works are part of the stories we share. The weight of her themes stands in powerful contrast to her individual aesthetics and to her choice of delicate materials.

Selected works

Exhibitions

Exhibitions

News

News

Biography

Biography

Šejla Kamerić

Born 1976 in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Lives and works in Sarajevo and Berlin

Education

1996
Academy of Fine Arts, Sarajevo

Scholarships and awards

2011
Routes Princess Margriet Award

 

2008
Best Fiction Film Award, 15th Adana Film Festival

 

2007
DAAD Artist in Residency Fellowship, Berlin

 

Best Short Film Award, 5th Zagreb Film Festival

 

2005
Special Award, 46th October Salon, Belgrade

 

2004
ONUFRI Award, National Gallery of Arts, Tirana

Solo exhibitions (selected)

2017
Confidence Power Plus
Galerie Tanja Wagner, Berlin

 

2015
When the heart goes bing bam boom
Arter, Vehbi Koç Foundation, Istanbul

 

Šejla Kamerić
etc. gallery, Prague

 

Position Absolute
Galerie Tanja Wagner, Berlin

 

30 Years After
National Gallery of Kosovo, Prishtina

 

2014
1395 Days Without Red
Metcalf Auditorium, Chace Center, RISD MUSEUM, Providence

 

SUMMERISNOTOVER
Galerija Kortil, Rijeka, Croatia

 

SUMMERISNOTOVER
public intervention, Sarajevo

 

Movie night Šejla Kamerić
Sarajevo War Theater, Sarajevo
Ex Oriente Film + REFINERI, Rijeka

 

2013
June is June Everywhere
Galerie Tanja Wagner, Berlin

 

Apollo: First war cinema
Open air cinema Metalac, Sarajevo

 

Tribute to Šejla Kamerić
Festival autorskog filma (FAF), Belgrade

 

2012
Šejla Kamerić
CAC Contemporary Art Center, Vilnius

 

1395 DAYS WITHOUT RED
Agora Center, Rafagas festival, A Corona

 

1395 DAYS WITHOUT RED
Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade

 

1395 DAYS WITHOUT RED
Kunsthaus Graz
, Graz

 

1395 DAYS WITHOUT RED
Open air cinema Metalac, Sarajevo

 

1395 DAYS WITHOUT RED
Sharjah Art Foundation
, Sharjah Art Museum, Sharjah

 

Glück and 1395 DAYS WITHOUT RED
Cultural Centre Dom Omladine, MSUM, Festival Dani Sarajeva, Belgrade

 

1395 DAYS WITHOUT RED
(Kosovo premiere) The Kosova Art Gallery, Priština

 

A retrospective of selected video and film works
MSUM Museum of Modern Art, Ljubljana

 

2011
1395 DAYS WITHOUT RED
MACBA, Barcelona

 

1395 DAYS WITHOUT RED
Zagreb Film Festival, MSU Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb, Zagreb

 

1395 DAYS WITHOUT RED
Manchester Film Festival
 MFI, Manchester

 

1395 DAYS WITHOUT RED
ArtAngel, London

 

1395 DAYS WITHOUT RED
Sarajevo Film Festival, Sarajevo

 

Glück
Eastern Neighbours Film Festival, Utrecht

 

Glück
Villa Elisabeth, Berlin (screening)
Galerie Tanja Wagner, Berlin

 

Embargo till 11
Camera Austria, Graz (with Tatjana Lecomte)

 

2010
Retrospective cinéma
Centre Pompidou, Paris

 

No More Drama
Röda Sten Centre for Contemporary Art and Culture, Göteborg

 

Moonlighting
Wip: Konsthall, Stockholm

 

Galerie Krobath, Vienna

 

2009
What Do I Know
FILMHUIS DEN HAAG, Den Haag

 

2008
Galerie im Taxispalais, Innsbruck

 

Particle or more
Moria Gallery, Hvar

 

Is it rain or is it a hurricane
Emil Filla Gallery, Ústí nad Labem

 

What Do I Know
DAAD Galerie, Berlin

 

2007
Mit tudok / What Do I Know
Trafo – House of Contemporary Arts, Budapest

 

What Do I Know
OK Center for Contemporary Art, CROSSING EUROPE – Film Festival, Linz

 

Sometime, Never and Maybe
public project, Sarajevo/Berlin

 

Dream House
Literaturhaus, Salzburg

 

2006
Brand New
The Kosova Art Gallery – Museum Pristina and EXIT Gallery, Pristina

 

The Final Sale
Karver, Podgorica

 

2005
Another Expo – Beyond the Nation-States
Gallery SOAP, Kitakyushu

 

Untitled
Gandy Gallery, Prague

 

Closed
National Gallery of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo

 

2004
Others and Dreams
Portikus, Frankfurt/M.

 

FREI
public intervention; club transmediale 0.4 – (fly utopia!), festival for electronic music and related visual art, Berlin

 

2003
Bosnian Girl
public project (posters, postcards, billboards, advertisements in magazines and newspapers)

 

WARRANT
public intervention (poster), Schauspielhaus, Vienna

 

2002
Closing the Border (Welcome to the ancient land of freedom)
public intervention; border crossing between San Marino and Italy

 

2001
homeSICK
public intervention (work in progress, started in 2001)

 

Fortune Teller
public intervention, Sarajevo

 

1999
Before Beginning
video projection; Obala Meeting Point, Sarajevo

 

For My Sake
installation in front of the Academy of Fine Arts, Sarajevo

 

1998
Plug
installation; Obala Meeting Point, Sarajevo

Group exhibitions (selected)

2017
What Remains: Memory, History and Conflict
InTRANIST Festival, London

 

TO DIE OUT LAUGHING
Museum House of Humour and Satire, Gabrovo, Bulgaria

 

Identification – Field exercises after Katalin Ladik
La Box, ENSBA, Bourges, France

 

Dejima. Konzepte von Ein- und Ausschluss
Gesellschaft für Aktuelle Kunst, Bremen

 

The Restless Earth
La Triennale di Milano organized by the Fondazione Nicola Trussardi, Milan

 

of Sound and Movements
Videobox Festival, Le Carreau du Temple

 

LEARNING FROM BIG MISTAKES
Galerie Tanja Wagner, New York

 

Identification – Field exercises after Katalin Ladik
acb Gallery, Budapest

 

2016
Hannah Ryggen Triennal
Trondheim, Norway

 

The World Rearranges Itself Around You
Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill, Graz

 

As If, At Home – Artists in Europe
BOX Freiraum, Berlin

 

Shape of Time – Future of Nostalgia
National Museum of Contemporary Art, Bukarest

 

South by Southeast. A Further Surface
Times Museum, Guangzhou, China

 

The Big Other
Galerie Tanja Wagner, Berlin

 

2015
Forensics: The Anatomy of Crime Forensics: The Anatomy of Crime
Wellcome Collection, London

 

Remember Lidice
Edition Block, Berlin

 

Autonomy of Self – Rejecting violence with the lens in former Ottoman territories
P21 Gallery, London

 

Remember Lidice
Edition Block and Lidice Museum, Berlin/D and Lidice/CZ

 

Vidéothèque
Galerie Tanja Wagner, Berlin

 

(44th) International Film Festival Rotterdam
Official selection – As Long As It Takes: Short, World Premier, Rotterdam, NL

 

SHARE – Too Much History, MORE Future
Museum of Contemporary Art Republika Srpska, Banja Luka, BIH
National museum of Montenegro, Cetinje, ME

 

Rainproof ideas & more
Edition Block, Berlin

 

Intimate Transgressions Project
International touring contemporary art exhibition, CAPA and Whitebox Art Center, New York, USA

 

Love on the Edge
Galeria Arsenal, Bialystok, PL

 

Thursday
CPH:DOX, Copenhagen

 

2014
Rainproof ideas & more
Edition Block, Berlin

 

SHARE – Too much history, MORE Future
Museum Moderner Kunst Kärnten

 

SUMMERISNOTOVER
Nothing is the same anymore, Bihać

 

Decoding – Contemporary Art in Bosnia and Herzegovina
The National Museum of Montenegro, Montenegrin Art Gallery Miodrag Dado Đurić, Cetinje

 

A Paradise Built in Hell – Das 16mm-Filmformat im Kontext aktueller Bildproduktion
Kunstverein Hamburg

 

What do I know
DOK Filmfest, Leipzig

 

Fragile Sense of Hope
ACT – Art Collection Telekom
me Collectors Room Berlin

 

Sarajevo 1914-2014: ONE Century Revisited in three acts
Austrian Cultural Forum New York (ACFNY), New York

 

Memory Lane
Galerie du Jour agnès b., Paris

 

Decoding – Contemporary Art in Bosnia and Herzegovina
The National Museum of Montenegro, Cetinje

 

Exhibition at the State Parliament of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo

 

SHARE – Too Much History, MORE Future
National Gallery BiH, Sarajevo
Moderna Galerija/Metelkova, Ljubljana
Cultural City Center Belgrade
Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb
Austrian Gallery Belvedere/21-Haus, Vienna

 

Art Has No Alternative (An Archive of Artists in Action)
tranzit Bratislava

 

Something in Space Escapes Our Attempts at Surveying
Württembergischer Kunstverein, Stuttgart

 

EGO EDITIONS
Galerie Tanja Wagner, Berlin

 

2013
1395  Days without Red
Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Tokio

 

Culturescapes Balkans 2013
Cinélux, Geneve
Neues Kino, Basel
Kino Kunstmuseum, Bern
Kino Riffraff, Zürich

 

Inspirational forum, Ji.hlava
International Documentary film festival, Jihlava

 

2012
RÁFAGAS
Agora Center, A Coruña

 

The common which no longer exists
Künstlerhaus, k/haus Galerie, Vienna

 

Gwangju Biennale, Korea

 

Discussing Metamodernism
Galerie Tanja Wagner, Berlin

 

Be realistic – demand the impossible
Graz, Sarajevo

 

Film/Video Program
Moderna Museet, Stockholm

 

La La La Human Steps: A Selection from the Collection of Museum Boijmans van Beuningen
İstanbul Modern Art Museum, Istanbul

 

The Poster Show
Carlier Gebauer, Berlin

 

Art Brusseles 2012, Brussels

 

Crossing Europe Filmfestival
Linz

 

It doesn’t always have to be beautiful, unless it’s beautiful
Art Gallery of Kosovo, Pristina

 

Marrakech Biennale, Marrakech

 

2011
Berliner Zimmer
MNAC Goethe Institut Bucharest, Bucharest

 

Berliner Zimmer
National Gallery of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo
MNAC Goethe Institute Bucharest

 

Art in Embassies
U.S. Department of State, U.S. Embassy Sarajevo, Sarajevo

 

Rhythmic Exercises
BWA SOKÓ Gallery, Nowy Sacz

 

Phantasie an die Macht – Politik um Künstlerplakat
Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg

 

Berlin Passage – Artists from Southeastern Europe living in Berlin
Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki

 

2010
Glück
8th Zagreb Film Festival, Zagreb

 

Prospectif cinéma
Centre Pompidou, Paris

 

Architektur und Körper
Galerie Krobath, Berlin

 

Die Tür geht nach Innen auf.
Galerie Tanja Wagner, Berlin

 

17th Sarajevo Film Festival
Short Film Competition Programme, Sarajevo

 

Glück happens
Kunstpalais, Erlangen

 

Squatting
Temporäre Kunsthalle, Berlin

 

On the Eastern Front – video art from central and Eastern Europe 1989–2009
Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest

 

The Past Is a Foreign Country
Center of Contemporary Art ‘Znaki Czasu’, Torun

 

20th anniversary of KulturKontakt Austria
Gallery ArtPoint, Vienna

 

Projected Visions
Apollonia, Strasbourg

 

2009
Gender Check
 – Femininity and Masculinity in the Art of Eastern Europe Museum of Modern Art (MUMOK), Vienna

 

ZEIGEN. An Audio Tour Through Berlin
Temporäre Kunsthalle, Berlin

 

Access All Areas – a drawing exhibition
Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin

 

Pièces de résistance: Forms of resistance in contemporary art
Kunstmuseum Thun, Thun

 

MONSTER
Motorenhalle – Project Center of Contemporary Art, Dresden

 

A Pair of Left Shoes
Museum Bochum, Bochum

 

Rohkunstbau XVI, ATLANTIS I – Hidden Histories – New Identities
Schloss Marquardt, Potsdam

 

Windows upon Oceans – 8. Baltic Biennial of Contemporary Art
Muzeum Narodowe w Szczecinie, Szczecin

 

Tri Postal: SCÈNES CENTRALES
Lille3000, Lille

 

Who killed the painting? Works from the Block Collection
Neues Museum Weserburg, Bremen

 

10 YEARS OF
< rotor >, Graz

 

Nichtorte, Orte. Collection Exhibition
gfzk – Museum of Contemporary Art Leipzig, Leipzig

 

Transitland
The Red House Centre for Culture and Debate, Sofia

 

Land of Human Rights
Rotor Gallery, Graz

 

2008
Cutting Realities – Gender Strategies in Art
Austrian Cultural Forum, New York

 

Tales of Time and Space
1st Folkestone Triennial, Folkestone
15th Adana Altın Koza Film Festival
Mediterranean Short Film Competition

 

TIEFENRAUSCH
OK Center for Contemporary Art, Linz
30th Clermont – Ferrand Short Film Festival
In competition, Labo

 

Cabinet of Imaginations
Netwerk – Center for contemporary art, Aalst

 

You & Me, Sometimes…
Lehmann Maupin Gallery, New York

 

PLACE IN THE HEART
Arsenal Gallery Bialystok, Bialystok

 

Why here is always somewhere else
Badischer Kunstverein, Karlsruhe
BIENNALE CUVÉE
- WORLD SELECTION OF CENTEMPORARY ART
OK Center for Contemporary Art, Linz
VIDEOFORMES vidéo et nouveaux médias dans l’art contemporain Clermont – Ferrand

 

49th October Salon
Belgrade

 

Shifting Identities – (Schweizer) Kunst heute
Kunsthaus Zürich, Zurich

 

Schengen Women
Skuc Gallery, Ljubljana

 

2007
64th Venezia Corto Cortissimo
competition of the 64th Mostra Internazionale, D‘Arte Cinematografica, Venice

 

“There is no border….”
Galerie im Taxispalais, Innsbruck

 

5th Zagreb Film Festival
Short Film Programme,  Zagreb

 

13th Sarajevo Film Festival
Sarajevo, National premiere

 

ARTEMARE festival
Short Films competition, Bastia

 

History Started Playing With My Life
The Israeli Center for Digital Art, Holon

 

La Nuit des Musées
Musée d’art moderne de la ville de Paris, La Fée Electricité by R. Dufy, Paris

 

L‘enfer, C‘est les Autres  / ‘Hell is… other people’
Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam, Amsterdam

 

INBETWEENESS
Ex Carceri del Complesso di San Michele a Ripa, Rome

 

THIS IS NOT A FAIRY TALE
Tirana Institute of Contemporary Art, Tirana

 

FRAI
Galleri Susanne Ottesen, Copenhagen

 

Land Grab
Apexart, New York

 

Vocal Verbal
Gallery SC, Zagreb

 

Between Borders
MARCO, Museo de Arte Contemporánea de Vigo, Vigo

 

Sarajevo – Memory and Communication
Shiga Art creation hall, Shiga-pref, Shin-bi, Kyoto

 

THE COLLECTOR’S ART, The Twentieth and Twenty-first Century in Private and Corporate Collections in Düsseldorf
Museum Kunst Palast, Düsseldorf

 

2006
Zones of Contact
15th Biennale of Sydney 2006, Sydney

 

Sweet Taboos: A Mini Tirana Biennial in NYC
Apexart, New York

 

8372 NISU DOŠLI
Mimara Museum, Zagreb

 

NORMALIZATION
Rooseum Center for Contemporary Art, Malmö

 

Kontakt
The Art Collection of Erste Bank-Group at the Museum of Modern Art (MUMOK), Vienna and at the transit workshops in Bratislava

 

On Difference #2
Stuttgarter Kunstverein, Stuttgart

 

PERSONAL STORIES
An exhibition in the framework of the European Forum Alpbach, High School, Alpbach

 

2005
CONFLICT: Perspectives, Positions, Realities in Central European Art
Slought Foundation, Philadelphia

 

TABOO
Tirana Biennale, Tirana

 

51st International Short Film Festival Oberhausen
International Competition, Oberhausen

 

History starts playing with my life
National Gallery, Pristina

 

Displaced
Neuer Berliner Kunstverein (NBK), Berlin

 

Another Expo – Beyond the Nation-States
June 2005: Gallery Level1, Kitakyushu
September 2005: Gallery White Box, New York

 

GUARDAMI
Percezioni del video, Palazzo delle Papesse, Sienna

 

Migrations of Energies, Part 1: Clouding Europe
Gandy Gallery, Bratislava

 

La actualidad revisada (News Revisited)
La Tabacalera, San Sebastian

 

Leaps of Faith
Nicosia

 

Norway 2005 – Andre/Others
Sørlandet Art Museum, Kristiansand

 

The Giving Person
Palazzo Roccella, Napoli

 

Fear
Artandgallery, Milan

 

46th October Salon
Belgrade

 

2004
Cosmopolis1: Microcosmos X Macrocosmos
State Museum of Contemporary Art and Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki

 

ONUFRI
National Gallery of Arts, Tirana

 

Passage d’Europe
Musée d’Art Moderne, Saint-Etienne

 

Basics
EXIT Gallery, Peje

 

I am here and you are there
GALERIE FÜR ZEITGENÖSSISCHE KUNST, Leipzig

 

TRADING PLACES
Pump House Gallery, London

 

HOT DESTINATION/MARGINAL DESTINY
House of Art Brno, Brno

 

2003
IDENTIKIT
Galeria e Arteve te Kosoves, Pristina

 

Borderlining
Kunstverein Wolfsburg, Wolfsburg

 

Balkan Konzulat: Sarajevo
Rotor Gallery, Graz

 

The Gorges of the Balkans
Kunsthalle Fridericianum, Kassel

 

Peripheries Become the Center
PRAGUE BIENNALE, Prague

 

Cultural Territories
GALERIE FÜR ZEITGENÖSSISCHE KUNST, Leipzig

 

2002
No Border
S. Maria delle Croci, Museo d’Arte della Citta, Ravenna

 

KUNSTEXPEDITIONEN2002/OSTEUROPA
Sony Center and Art Forum, Berlin

 

City of Women
International Festival of Contemporary Arts, Ljubljana

 

The Promised Land
O’ artoteca, Milan

 

Quattro Venti
Exhibition project in Manciano

 

Bound/less Borders
traveling billboard exhibition (starting point in Belgrade)

 

HOME
Collegium Artisticum Gallery, Sarajevo

 

2001
One Hundred Years of Contemporary Art of Bosnia and Herzegovina
National Gallery of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo

 

The Real, The Desperate, The Absolute
Forum Stadtpark, Steirischer Herbst, Graz

 

Rendez – Vous Ars Aevi
Sarajevo

 

Icograda – International Council of Graphic Design Association, Zagreb

 

26th Youth Salon, Zagreb

 

Freedom and Violence
Królikarnia Gallery, Warsaw

 

2000
Tandem Project
DCAC, Signal 66, Washington DC

 

MANIFESTA 3
European Biennial of Contemporary Art, Ljubljana

 

What am I doing here?
Galerija Škuc, Ljubljana

 

1999
SCCA Third Annual Exhibition – Under Construction
Sarajevo Center for Contemporary Art, Sarajevo

 

Visitors
Galerija Škuc, Ljubljana

 

Environment on the Eve of the III Millennium
Perejaslavi-Zalesskij

 

1998
SCCA Second Annual Exhibition – Beyond the Mirror
Sarajevo Center for Contemporary Art, Sarajevo

 

Arte in Guerra
Palazzo Reale, Napoli

 

1997
SCCA First Annual Exhibition – Meeting Point
Sarajevo Center for Contemporary Art, Sarajevo

The Suicides (Art Director)
documentary-feature play, directed by Gojko Bijelac
Sarajevo, 2003

 

Romeo and Juliet (Art Director)
directed by Haris Pašović
Sarajevo, 2002

 

Opsada kolekcija ‘92-‘95 / The Siege Collection ‘92-’95 (Concept and Direction, with Haris Pašović)
Sarajevo, 2002

Šejla Kamerić

Born 1976 in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Lives and works in Sarajevo and Berlin

Monographs

Šejla Kamerić. When the Heart Goes Bing Bam Boom. Arter, Istanbul 2015

 

30 Vite më vonë / 30 Years After, text by Edi Muka, National Gallery of Kosovo, Prishtina 2015

 

Šejla Kamerić, text by Edi Murka, Galerie Tanja Wagner, Meral Agish (Ed.), Berlin 2011

 

Two Words / Deux Mots, La Baconnière, Arts, Geneva 2009

 

Šejla Kamerić, Galerija Moria, Stari Grad 2008

 

What Do I Know, OK Center for Contemporary Art, Linz 2007

 

Šejla Kamerić – Bratislava, text by Michal Kolecek, Gandy Gallery, Bratislava 2005

Artists Books

Is it Rain or is it a Hurrican, Ústí nad Labem 2010

 

Others and Dreams, Portikus, Frankfurt am Main 2004

Catalogues

Protocollum 2015/16 – Global Perspective on Visual Vocabulary, Berlin 2015

 

Frauen in Krieg und Frieden, 15-45-15, Geschichte, Dokumente, zeitgenössische Kunst, Frauenmuseum, Kunst, Kultur, Forschung e.V., Bonn 2015

 

Fragile Sense of Hope. Art Collection Telekom at me Collectors Room Berlin, Berlin 2014

 

SHARE – Too much history, MORE future, A project of the Austrian Federal Chancellery, video edition, Carinthia/Switzerland 2014

 

Who told you so?! The collective story vs. the indivudual narrative, Freek Lomme (Ed.), Onomatopee 75 Research Project, Eindhoven 2013

 

Public Diary, Yebisu International Festival for Art & Alternative Visions 2013, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Tokyo 2013

 

Corporate Collections, Friedrich Georg Conzen jun., Olaf Salié (Eds.): Deutsche Standards Editionen GmbH, Cologne 2012

 

Roundtable, Gwangju Biennale 2012

 

How to do things with words, text by Anneka Metzger, in: Christoph Zeller (Ed.): Literarische Experimente: Medien, Kunst, Texte seit 1950, Heidelberg 2012

 

Malala Human Steps, Istanbul Modern, Istanbul 2012

 

Art Brussels, Brussel 2012

 

Dreams of Power, Zamek Culture Centre, Poznan 2011

 

Šejla Kamerić / Tatiana Lecomte, Camera Austria, Graz 2011

 

Clothing as a Symbol of Identity, Gradska Galerija, Bihac 2011

 

squatting. erinnern, vergessen, besetzen, Temporäre Kunsthalle Berlin, Berlin 2010

 

…on the eastern front, Ludwig Múzeum, Budapest 2010

 

Die Tür geht nach innen auf., text by Timotheus Vermeulen, Galerie Tanja Wagner, Berlin 2010

 

Glück happens…, Kunstpalais, Erlangen 2010

 

Gender Check, MUMOK, Vienna 2009

 

XVI. Rohkunstbau Atlantis I, Schloß Marquard, Potsdam 2009

 

close to home, British Council, London 2008

 

Confini – Boundaries, MAN_Museo d’Arte Provincia di Nuoro, Milano 2007

 

Kontakt… aus der Sammlung der Erste Bank-Gruppe, MUMOK, Vienna 2006

 

Art That Works / Catch me!, 46th October Art Salon, Belgrade 2005

 

Andre / Others, Sorlandets Munstmuseum, Kristiansand 2005

 

Another Expo – Beyond the Nation-State, Kitakyushu Municipal Museum of Art / White Box NY, Kitakyushu 2005

 

within alongside and between spaces, Kunstverein Wolfsburg, Doris Berger (Ed.), Wolfsburg 2004

 

Borderlining, Kunstverein Wolfsburg, Wolfsburg 2003

 

Meeting Point, Soros Center for Contemporary Arts, Sarajevo 1997

Articles

Three women artists make statements about killings. A London exhibition shows women are more intuitive in their artistic response to violent crimes, South China Morning Post online, March 7, 2015

 

Vizuelni dokazi o žrtvama iz BiH by Izložba Forenzika, Al Jazeera Balkans online, February 25, 2015

 

True crime: the women making art out of murder, The Guardian, February 24, 2015

 

Šejla Kamerić: U borbi protiv zaborava, Slobodna Bosna online, February 14, 2015

 

Šejla Kamerić: an artist’s search for Bosnia’s missing by Marek Kohn, Financial Times, January 30, 2015

 

Manifeste d’un communisme de l’inéquivalence by Jean-Luc Nacy, Marianne – Les textes, Sept. 2014, 53-55

 

Art Collection Telekom Presents: Sejla Kameric Discusses the Trauma of War Max Dax interviews Šejla Kamerić,  Electronic Beats, H 2, 2014

 

Šejla Kamerić – Umjetnost je moj identitet, in: urban magazin, August 2014

 

Was bleibt, Morgengrauen: Šejla Kamerić by Claudia Wahjudi, Johannes Wendland, Zitty, 10/2013

 

Where are you from? by Jurrian Benschop, Kunstbeeld.nl, Nr. 11, 2012

 

Das Unbehagen by David Lichtenstein, Division Review, Summer 2012

 

Schatzkammer Deutscher Unternehmer by Tatjana Kimmel-Fichtner, R(h)einkultur, 2/2012

 

profil, May 14, 2012

 

Šejla Kamerić & Anri Sala: 1395 Days without Red by Martin Herbert, Camera Austria, 2011

 

Šejla Kamerić by Jurrian Benschop, Artforum, October 2011

 

Review: 1395 Days without Red by Douglas Brennan, Ceasefire Magazine, October 2011

 

1395 Days without Red at the Museu d’ Art Contemporani de Barcelona by Jose Villareel, Artdaily, October 21, 2011

 

1395 Days without Red by Naima Khan, Spoonfed, August 26, 2011

 

Now & Beyond by Timotheus Vermeulen, frieze, September 2011

 

1395 Days without Red, Manchester International Festival, review by Richard Dorment, The Telegraph, July 12, 2011

 

Manchester international festival: A return to Sarajevo by Adrian Searle, The guardian, July 4, 2011

 

Krause Knöpfe by Claudia Wahjudi, Der Tagesspiegel, February 26, 2011

 

Schwarze, weiße Spinnennetze by Ingeborg Ruthe, Berliner Zeitung, No 26, 2011

 

Die Manipulation des Blickwinkels by Michaela Reichert, Kronenzeitung, January 21, 2011

 

Šejla Kamerić by Walter Seidl, Camera Austria, 112/2010

 

The door opens inwards by Timotheus Vermeulen, Notes on metamodernism, November 10, 2010

 

Traumtänze by Simone Reber, Tagesspiegel, October 9, 2010

 

Hinter blinden Windschutzscheiben by Anne Katrin Feßler, Der Standard, January 2, 2009

 

Traum und Trauma, in: Vanity Fair, No 2, 2008

 

Šejla Kamerić: Sarajevo. Mon amour by Anselm Wagner, Spike, 03/2005

 

Another Expo – Beyond the Nation-State by Shinya Watanabe, 10+1, Issue 36, October 2004

 

The Financial Times Magazine, Special Issue No. 48, March 27, 2004

 

Kunstforum International, Bd. 169, March/April 2004

 

Der Standard, December 11, 2003

 

Zarez, September 11, 2003, g.V, br. 111-112

 

Mladina, 28 / 2003

 

DANI, BH news magazine, July 11, 2003, br. 317

 

Start, BH magazine, July 15, 2003, br. 120

 

Urban BUG, August 2003, Issue 16

 

Un chantier très ouvert. Un jeu de correspondances by Armelle Héliot, Libération

 

Nozze etniche, passaporto per l’Ue by Manuela Gandini, Il Sole 24 Ore, June 30, 2002

 

Šejla Kamerić, or Filling the Unfillable by Nebojša Jovanović, Umelec, 02/2001

 

Review by Zivot Umjetnosti, Camera Austria, 73/2001

 

Šejla Kamerić by Nebojša Jovanović, ili ispunjavanje neispunjivog

 

Just Pass by Lejla Hodžić, annual, 2000

 

A Roving Show Fixates on Europe’s Border Obsession by Josephine Schmidh, The New York Times, July 27, 2000

 

Manifesta 3: Diagnosing Europe by Susan Snodgrass, Art in America, No.11, November 2000

 

Review by Heather Felty, Flash Art, Vol. XXXIII, No. 214, October 2000

 

Perspektivische Erweiterung by Herwig Holler, Kleine Zeitung, September 6, 2000

 

Manifesta, passeport pour Ljubljana by Alain Dreyfus, Libération, September 11, 2000

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