Jure Kastelic (b.1992, Slovenia) works and lives in London.
In 2017 he was nominated for the EMOP Arendt Award, in 2019 he was selected by Zabludowicz Collection for the Testing Ground Masterclass and in 2020-21 he won a space at the Copy&Paste artist residency at Platform Southwark, London.
Kastelic’s work was included in numerous group exhibitions, including at Signal Gallery, New York (2013); Austin Center for Photography, Texas (2014); Musée National d'Histoire et d'Art MNHA, Luxembourg (2017) and the UGM Studio in Maribor, Slovenia (2019). Kastelic solo exhibitions include: Lepi Loopi / Pretty Loops at Bozidar Jakac Art Museum and at Photon Centre for Contemporary Photography, Slovenia (both 2016); Schumuck Insurance at The Chopping Block Gallery, London (2019); New Alchemy at Niagara Falls Project, Brighton (2019); Cold storage at White Crypt, London and It’s ok until it’s not at Ravnikar Gallery Space, Ljubljana (both 2020).
Kastelic’s work is included in the collection of the Musée National d'Histoire et d'Art, Luxembourg; Arendt Medernach collection, Luxembourg; Herbert Smith Freehills Collection, London; and private collections in London, New York, Ljubljana, Prague, Treviso. His work has been published in Le Monde, The Guardian, Fast Company and others.