Tjaša Kalkan holds a Masters in photography from ADU Film and Theatre University in Zagreb, and a Bachelor's degree in German and French language and literature. She has exhibited at seven solo and over twenty group exhibitions, and worked as a set photographer on several international film sets, as well as frequently collaborating on theatre, dance and music projects. She is a late convert to silent disco.
The 16th Venice Architectural Biennale put generosity of spirit and a sense of humanity on top of architecture's to-do list. AP editor Jana Perković and regular contributor Amelyn Ng were there to take stock of the responses – from the most grandiose nation-affirming pavilions to the most humble off-program.