Endi Poskovic's (Ann Arbor, MI) relief prints are colorful, bold and graphic. Working reductively, he is able to create complex, large scale pieces that contain wonderful richness and depth. His work creates a playful, often startling connection between word and image that references the themes of memory, displacement, voyage, alienation and migration.
Poskovic was born in Bosnia and studied there as well as in Germany and Norway. Among his numerous awards are grants from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, Art Matters Foundation, New York State Council on the Arts and Blue Mountain Center. He teaches at the University of Michigan. Poskovic has exhibited in over one hundred and fifty international shows. Solo shows include Anchor Graphics, Chicago, IL and The Print Center in 2001. His prints are in the collections of the Royal Antwerp Museum of Fine Arts, Belgium; Indianapolis Museum of Art; University of Wales Museum of Art; Frechen Museum of Art, Germany; the Yugoslav Cultural Center, Paris and over one hundred university and corporate collections.