Zvonko Maković 
Author

Poemas

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Tragovi croata

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Zvonko Maković 
Author

* 06.02.1947, Osijek, Croacia
Vive en: Zagreb, Croacia

Zvonko Maković (1947) graduated in History of Art and Comparative Literature from the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Zagreb, where he now holds the post of Head of the Modern Art and Visual Communications Department. His first book of poems, published in 1968, won him an award from the A.B. Šimić Fund.

In total he has published nine books of poetry.

In 2001 he won the coveted Goranov vijenac [Goran's Wreath], a national award, for

his overall poetic opus.

Zvonko Maković has also published five books of essays, as well as few books of columns and feuilletons and a dozen of monographs devoted to contemporary artists.

Zvonko Maković has organised numerous exhibitions of contemporary art, and in 2001 he was the national commissioner for the Venice Biennale.

His poems have been translated into the following languages: English, German, French, Dutch, Italian, Polish and Slovene.

Publicaciones
  • Komete, komete...

    [Poetry]

    1978

  • Činjenice

    [Poetry]

    1983

  • Strah

    [Poetry]

    1985

  • Ime

    [Poetry]

    1987

  • Točka bijega

    [Poetry]

    Zagreb: Graficki zavod Hrvatske, 1990

  • Prah

    [Poetry]

    1992

  • Veliki predjeli, kratke sjene

    (selected poems)

    [Poetry]

    2000

  • Larges espaces, courtes ombres – Choix de poèmes

    Poèmes traduits du croate par Brankica Radić

    Paris: 2003

  • Međuvrijeme

    [Poetry]

    2005

Premios
  • Nagrada Vladimir Nazor

  • 1968 A.B. Šimić

  • 2001 Goranov vijenac

Links
  • Zvonko Maković @ Poetry International Web

    Poetry International Web presents poems of Nico Bleutge in original and english translations and further information about the poet.

    Website (en)