Olga Karlovac

Enigmatic and uniquely creative, Olga Karlovac’s mysterious but alluring portrayals in black and white have become a much-admired signature style.
Atmospheric and rich with emotion, her imagery resonates with a melancholic beauty and invites one to take a poetic journey into the shadows as a fellow conspirator.
Zagreb and Dubrovnik are the ‘theatre stages’ for her dramatic and enchanting
images featuring abstract, lone, and collective figures. Her compositions reflect a dream world glanced through rain, shadows, glass, and moisture–core elements that Karlovac regularly appropriates for her compositions. The artist’s worldwide audience is growing through the significant impact of her chosen
medium, the photo book, where she keeps total control over every stage of production.
The successful Before Winter (1st edition), a virtual sell-out, led to her latest publication, The Disarray.

Mike von Joel wrote the text for the Bermondsey Project Space Gallery introduction in December 2019

Lately, Olga has published another photo book, "escape," the final part of the trilogy of her books.
Her photography has been featured in many photography magazines, such as black+white photography magazine, frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, etc... In addition, Olga has exhibited in group and solo exhibitions worldwide, mostly in London, where she exhibited in Saatchi, POSK, ECAD, Project Space, and other galleries and in New York, Amsterdam, and Paris.