Jakov Brdar

 
Jakov Brdar

Sculptor Jakov Brdar was born 22 April 1949 in the town of Livno, Bosnia and Herzegovina. In 1975 Brdar graduated at the Academy of Fine Arts in Ljubljana where he completed his MA studies under Drago Tršar in 1979. From 1980 to 1982 the artist pursued further education in arts as a Moše Pijade scholarship holder in Paris and later as a student at the “Berlin Bildhauerwerkstatten”. Since Brdar has completed his education, he has exhibited at a number of exhibitions in Slovenian modern art, organised both in Slovenia and abroad, presented his work at many single exhibitions and created a number of outdoor sculptures, the most prominent of them being the Rudolf Maister sculpture which is located opposite the Ljubljana Central Railway Station. Jakov Brdar has received seven awards for his work in the field of art, the most eminent of them being the Prešeren Fund Award which he received in 1998 for his exhibition held in the “Mala galerija” art gallery.

The artist lives in Ljubljana where he works as a sculptor, creating indoor and outdoor sculptures.

 

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