Endi Poskovic is a print artist whose graphic works suggest dichotomies that exist in life while exploring universal themes of displacement, memory, transformation and revival.
Born in Sarajevo, Endi Poskovic was educated in Yugoslavia, Norway, and the United States. He has exhibited extensively in some of the most prestigious international print forums including Krakow Triennial, La Biennale de Trois-Rivières, Warsaw Impact Biennale, Taichung R.O.C. Biennale, Egyptian Triennial, Frechen Triennale, Tallinn Triennial, Xylon Triennale, and Ljubljana Biennale. Comprehensive surveys of his prints have been organized by the Philadelphia Print Center, Des Moines Art Center, Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, and Frans Masereel Centrum in Belgium, which traveled to Stad Leuven Academie and Academie voor Beeldende Kunst-Ghent.
Poskovic has received grants and fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation-Bellagio Center, Pollock-Krasner Foundation, Durfee Foundation, Camargo Foundation, MacDowell Colony, Flemish Ministry of Culture, Norwegian Government, New York State Arts Council, Indiana Arts Commission, Kala Art Institute, Art Matters Foundation and many others. His works are in numerous public collections worldwide, including Harvard University Fogg Art Museum, Detroit Institute of Arts, New Orleans Museum of Art, Musée d'Art Contemporain Fernet Branca, France, Royal Antwerp Museum of Fine Arts, and Philadelphia Museum of Art.
He is a Professor at the Penny W. Stamps School of Art & Design at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.