- Sanja Ivekovic Zagreb, Croatia (ancient Yugoslavia), 1949
- Technique:Gelatin silver print on paper
- Descriptive technique:Polyptych consisting of four photographs and a text
- Dimensions:Overall: 160 x 126 cm
- Edition/serial number:4/5
- Category: Photography, Performance
- Entry date:2010
- Register number:DE02004
Trokut (Triangle) is representative of Sanja Ivekovic’s work in the 1970s, in that it sets up a confrontation between public and private spaces, exemplifying both her political activism from a critical perspective and her interest in dealing with gender-related issues. It is unsurprising that Ivekovic was seen as a pioneer in the world of feminist art in Yugoslavia in the early 1970s.
Concha Calvo Salanova
Ritratti : Greenaway, Martinis, Pirri, Viola / Rassegna Internazionale del Video D'Autore (1987. Taormina).Taormina (Sicilia) : De Luca Editore, 1987.
Revolution is not a garden party : [exhibition] / edited by Maja and Reuben Fowkes ; [translation from Hungarian, Miklós Erhardt].Manchester : Manchester Institute for Research and Innovation in Art and Design (MIRIAD), Manchester Metropolitan University, 2007.
Sanja Ivekovic : sweet violence : Museum of Modern Art New York, December 18, 2011-March 26, 2012 / [organized by] Roxana Marcoci.Ivekovic, Sanja ( 1949 -)New York : Museum of Modern Art, 
Dokumenti o post-objektnim pojavama u jugoslovenskoj umetnosti : 1968-1973 = Documents of post-objects trends In Yugoslav art : 1968-1973.Belgrado : Muzej Savremene Umetnosti Art, 1973.
Sanja Ivekovic : "urgent matters" / samengesteld door Maria Hlavajova = curated by Maria Hlavajova ; [concept en redactie, Maria Hlavajova ; teksten, Maria Hlavajova].Ivekovic, Sanja ( 1949 -)Utrecht : BAK, Basis voor Actuele Kunst,