Endi Poskovic is a Bosnian-American visual artist and printmaker whose graphic work merges visual representation with text, often shifting the reading of the imagery through continuous representation and re-contextualization. Poskovic's woodcut prints invoke influences as disparate as early cinema, classic Japanese woodblock prints, devotional pictures, and Eastern European Propaganda poster. The amalgam of diverse scenarios and visual narratives in Poskovic's work imply accounts from personal and social histories and reference themes of cultural and environmental shifts, migration and alienation that are at once magnificent and tragic.
About Endi E. Poskovic
Printmaker whose diverse influences included Japanese woodblock carvings and Eastern European propaganda posters.
He graduated from the University of Sarajevo's Academy of Fine Arts, as well as from the State University of New York at Buffalo.
He began teaching at the University of Michigan in 2008.
He was born and raised in Sarajevo.
He and L.J. Davis were both recipients of Guggenheim Fellowships.
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- Bosnia and Herzegovina artists
- Bosnia and Herzegovina emigrants to the United States
- Modern printmakers
- University of Sarajevo alumni
- American printmakers
- 20th-century printmakers
- University at Buffalo alumni
- 21st-century American artists