Dragiča Čadež

 
Dragiča Čadež

Sculptor Dragica Čadež was born 29 April 1940 in Ljubljana. The artist graduated at the Ljubljana Academy of Fine Arts, the Department of Sculpture under Boris Kalin and Frančišek Smerdu. In 1956 she completed her MA in the class of Boris Kalin. Since 1963 she has exhibited at a number of prominent group exhibitions, such as “Bienale male plastike” in Murska Sobota, “IntArt” in Udine, Italy, and “Sodobna slovenska umetnost” in Vaduz. Cadež also attended many art workshops and symposiums organised in Slovenia and abroad. Since 1965 when she presented her work at her first single exhibition at the Museum of Gorenjska in Kranj, Čadež has held a number of exhibitions in many of the Slovenian most eminent art galleries. From 1968 to 1972 the artist exhibited with a group of Neo-constructivists; today she works as a professor of sculpture at the Ljubljana Faculty of Education.

Dragica Čadež lives in Ljubljana, Slovenia where she creates sculptures in wood and ceramic clay which are her favourite materials.

 

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