- Author: Endi Poskovic
- Title: 14 Stars and 10 Clouds (La Révolution arrive)
- Medium: color woodcut hand-carved from 4 blocks and hand-printed in 14 colors on Haini kozo-washi
- Dimensions: 94 x 140 cm
- Year completed: 2010
Endi Poskovic is a multimedia artist working in printmaking, drawing, sculpture, and animation. His creative practice considers a range of technologies as a way to explore certain characteristics of printed image: translation, multiplicity and seriality. Through his visual work, he seeks to construct representations that suggest broader themes of displacement, memory and reconciliation. Merging visual image with text, Poskovic’s Majestic Series shifts the reading of the print by providing an unexpected new context, forcing the viewer to continually reinterpret. He is Professor at the University of Michigan Stamps School of Art & Design (Ann Arbor, Michigan). Poskovic was educated in Yugoslavia, Norway, and the United States. His works have been exhibited worldwide in numerous important international print biennials and triennials, and have brought him many notable awards and honors, including grants and fellowships from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, John D. Rockefeller Foundation, Bellagio Center Italy, J. William Fulbright Commission Senior Research Fellowship to Poland, Pollock-Krasner Foundation, Camargo Foundation France, Open Studio Toronto-Ontario Arts Council, Indiana Arts Commission, Art Matters Foundation, New York State Arts Council, Flemish Ministry of Culture-Frans Masereel Centrum, and many others. Museum collections which hold works by the artist include the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Detroit Institute of the Arts, Fogg Art Museum-Harvard University, New Orleans Museum of Art, Tampa Museum of Fine Arts, Vaasa Ostrobothnian Museum (Finland), Musée d’Art Contemporain Fernet Branca-Saint-Louis (France), Jincheon Museum (South Korea) and many others. Comprehensive solo exhibitions of Poskovic’s work have been organized by Philadelphia Print Center, Plains Art Museum, Des Moines Art Center, Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, SUNY-Fredonia Rockefeller Arts Center, Frans Masereel Centrum in Belgium, Tidaholm Konstlitografiska Museet, Sweden, and Changsha Yu Xiang Cultural & Art Center in China.