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Alex Jovanovich

Born 1975 in Hobart, Indiana
Lives and Works in Bronx, NY

Alex Jovanovich's installation for the 2014 Biennial is composed of four 35mm slideshows. The slideshows employ a stark, black and white palette, a deliberate pace, and poetic language hearkening back to the Old Testament and American Puritanism to explore romantic subjects such as love, spirituality, melancholy, and the cosmos.

On View
Second Floor 

Alex Jovanovich’s work will be presented in the second floor Film & Video Gallery, May 7–11. View the calendar for more information.

Works by Alex Jovanovich



A 30-second online art project:
LaTurbo Avedon, Morning Mirror / Evening Mirror

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