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HUNTER & FOLK

Based in Germany, Ana Pušica Krämer is a Serbian contemporary artist who explores light and color through her abstract paintings.  Words: Emma-Kate Wilson | Photography: Kilian Blees   Read more at: https://hunterandfolk.com/journal/ana-pusica-kramer

2021-06-24T11:55:17+02:00June 11th, 2021|

LES NOUVEAUX RICHES

Artist interview with Ana Pusica Pinkish, blues and space Indigo tones make bold appearances in Ana Pusica's new exhibition at the Herbert Quant Foundation in Munich. Serbian-born German artist Ana Pusica is known for her large-scale lyrical abstractions that reflect the poetry of her inner world, with its mixture of memories, ideas, and quotations from her favorite [...]

2021-06-24T12:06:45+02:00December 7th, 2020|

TÊTE-À-TÊTE WITH ANA PUSICA

I met Ana ten years ago when I was living in Munich. She was a friend of Anita Gessulat, her gallerist at that time. When I think of Ana I always have to think of her way of seeing things, which always allow me a different perspective on seeing things. The inspiring conversations we have, [...]

2020-11-27T03:04:52+02:00November 1st, 2020|

IN THE WORKPLACE OF ANA PUSICA

The workplace is the sacred universe of the artist. It is where the magic happens, where the gems are created. Today, let’s have a look inside the artistic mind of Ana Pusica, born in Serbia and living in Germany. Read more at: https://sharehumancreativity.com/stories/in-the-workplace-of-ana-pusica/

2020-11-27T03:04:47+02:00August 19th, 2020|

Flight into the uknown / 19. January – 24. February 2017

 FLIGHT INTO THE UNKNOWN  19th of January until the 24th of February 2017 Ana Pusica, Arne Kalkbrenner, Dominik Bais, Fakhri Bismanto Bohang, Frenzy Höhne, Lea Grebe, Leon Eixenberger, Max Ott, MarinA, Mulugeta Tekle, Rupert Jörg . . . Gallery Stoerpunkt Tengstrasse 32a, München/Schwabing

2020-11-04T22:16:21+02:00December 15th, 2016|

MUNICH LIMITED – INTERVIEW MIT ANA PUSICA

http://www.munichlimited.com/presse-2/ MUNICH LIMITED: First of all, congratulations on your diploma at the Akademie der Künste München! How does it feel? Ana: Thank you so much! It feels like "ohh - you have no idea what I have been going through". No honestly, the feeling is great. At some point you reach the moment where you [...]

2020-11-04T22:19:03+02:00March 31st, 2016|