Edita Kadiric is a visual artist who researches different parts of human common psychology and expands on the “brutality of tenderness” where she seeks to provoke and play with the uncomfortability of the spectators at the same time as she extends a special care for them. Her work calls upon self-identifications which can be unpleasant and painful but true. Drawing is her closest media, which takes her after to handmade animation works, paintings, objects and theatre. Everything starts from it and everything is just the lee way of her drawingly thinking. She is deeply impressed by the different evolutions of ‘Style’ throughout the History of Art and her work aspires to present a collection of strange and seductive collages by storytelling.
Edita Kadiric (Yugoslavia 1976) lives and works between France, Spain and Serbia. She received international high education in Art, from 2000 to 2016 she had an exclusive collaboration with Prom Gallery (Germany) and from 2016 to 2020 she was under Carmen Würth Art Support (Germany). Her work is at many valuable private collections and institutions in Europe and America, and she has been priced many times for her work which has been shown in numerous solo and collective exhibitions.