Six Months of My Curatorial Life, 2007, house installation
Photo by: Vladimir Jeric
Jelena Vesic is independent curator, art critic and editor who lives and works in Belgrade. She is also co-editor of Prelom Journal and member of Prelom Collective. Her work is mostly dedicated to the politics of representation in art and visual culture. Her curatorial practice often experiments with frameworks, methodologies, contextual and collaborative aspects of presentation of art.
Her recent curatorial projects include: Lecture Performance, Museum of Contemporary Art and Kölnisher Kunstverein, Cologne-Belgrade, 2009/2010; Political Practices of (post-) Yugoslav Art: RETROSPECTIVE 01, Museum 25th of May, Belgrade, 2009; No More Reality: Crowd and Performance, Depo, Istanbul, 2009; No More Reality step 3: Documentation Centre, De Appel Institute for Contemporary Art, Amsterdam, 2008; The Case of Students’ Cultural Centre – Belgrade in the 1970s, shown in ŠKUC (Ljubljana), Galerija Nova (Zagreb), CCA/pro.ba (Sarajevo), Salon of Museum of Contemporary Art (Belgrade), Badischer Kunstverein (Karlsruhe) and Transit (Budapest), 2008/2009.