Keywords Change this

Society, Urban Research, Community, Temporary Architecture, Water

Birth date / place

1953, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Selected Architecture

Practice / Active in Change this

Berlin, Germany

Linked to Change this

RozO Architects
Nomadic Green
Polonca Lovšin

Awards Change this

  • 1999 - Pollock-Krasner Foundation
  • 2000 - Hugo Boss Prize
  • 2001 - administered by the Guggenheim Museum
  • 2002 - Caracas Urban Think Tank, Venezuela
  • 2017 - Landscape Institute Award

Marjetica Potrč Change this

Change thisBerlin, Germany
born 1953, Ljubljana
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About Change this

Marjetica Potrč is an artist and architect based in Ljubljana and Berlin. Her work has been exhibited extensively throughout Europe and the Americas, including in such major exhibitions as the Venice Biennial (1993, 2003, 2009), the São Paulo Biennial (1996, 2006), and Skulptur: Projekte in Münster, Germany (1997). She has shown her work regularly at the Galerie Nordenhake in Berlin and Stockholm since 2003; among her important solo exhibitions are shows at the Guggenheim Museum in New York (2001), the List Visual Arts Center at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2004), the De Appel Foundation for Contemporary Art in Amsterdam (2004), the Portikus Gallery in Frankfurt am Main (2006), The Curve at the Barbican Art Galleries in London (2007), the Max Protetch Gallery in New York (2008), and the Nicolas Krupp Contemporary Art in Basel (2012). Her many on-site projects include Dry Toilet (Caracas, 2003), Power from Nature (Barefoot College, India, and Catherine Ferguson Academy, Detroit, 2005), The Cook, the Farmer, His Wife and Their Neighbour (Stedelijk goes West, Amsterdam, 2009), Between the Waters: The Emscher Community Garden (Emscherkunst.2010, Essen, 2010), and Théâtre Evolutif (Evento 2011, Bordeaux, 2011).

Since 2011, she has been a professor at the University of Fine Arts/HFBK in Hamburg. She has also been a visiting professor at a number of other institutions, including the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2005) and the IUAV Faculty of Arts and Design in Venice (2008, 2010).


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