Pejacs latest public interventions in rijeka croatia

Spanish artist Pejac recently did a 2 weeks residency with the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Rijeka, Croatia. During his stay in the city, he created 3 new public works, once again proving his creativity, technical diversity, and ability to visualize these unique concepts.

Staying in a coastal town that reminded him of his homeland some 10-15 years ago, Pejac discovered couple of peculiar spots to create his imaginative interventions. Titled “Brain Drain”, “Ashes To Ashes” and “Camouflage (Tribute to René Magritte)”, these 3 new pieces once again prove his unique approach to creating work, from placement to execution process.

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 Photo by Tanja Kanazir

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