Srđan Tunić

art historian, freelance curator, cultural manager and researcher

Starchild’s Crafts – the background story…

September 2017, I’m at home and depressed. All my paid project work for the year has been done, and MA thesis submitted. I entered a gap. What now, the voice … Continue reading

12/01/2020 · Leave a comment

Grafiti u pokretu (Papergirl Galerija Hub, 2019.)

Pokreni se, pa će blagoslov sam doći. (avganistanska izreka) Ideja projekta Grafiti u pokretu je da se pomoću umetnosti stvori mesto gde će se čuti glas same migrantske grupacije, a ne interpretacija … Continue reading

19/12/2019 · Leave a comment

One day you will miss me: An interview with Julia Gaisbacher (2018/2019)

One of the exciting aspects of working with artists is that you have a chance to see how they work, to peek into their creative process. It’s like standing behind … Continue reading

04/12/2019 · Leave a comment

Intervju sa Alom Dejvisonom (Al Davison, 2011.)

Al Dejvison (Al Davison, 1960.), poznat nekada pod pseudonimom Astralni ciganin (The Astral Gypsy, sada TAG artwork), je engleski umetnik – netipični strip crtač i scenarista, ilustrator, slikar, autor kratkih … Continue reading

11/11/2019 · Leave a comment

Co-creation process, prikaz izložbe “Obični pojmovi” (2017.)

Izložba Obični pojmovi otvorena je u Banjaluci 9. juna 2017. u prostoru Velikog salona Banskog dvora, kao diplomska izložba studenata programa za slikarstvo Fakulteta lijepih umetnosti Nezavisnog Univerziteta Banja Luka (NUBL). Više … Continue reading

09/05/2019 · Leave a comment

Eko-utopije Nikole Lalovića (2019.)

Koji je ovo svet? Neki prošli, u kojem ljudi nisu bili toliko destruktivni prema svojoj okolini? Neki paralelni, koji je krenuo drugim, eco-friendlyputem? Neki budući, ili čak sasvim vanzemaljski? Kako god … Continue reading

05/02/2019 · Leave a comment

“One Day You Will Miss Me” in Belgrade, by Julia Gaisbacher (Goethe Institut Belgrad, 2018)

Join us at Goethe-Institut Belgrade on Thu July 5th at 19:30h! The artist Julia Gaisbacher will present a series of images from her piece “One Day You Will Miss Me” … Continue reading

03/07/2018 · Leave a comment

Science Fiction Belgrade (Enki Bilal & Aleksa Gajić) + Belgrade Cooperative time travel story (text for Not Afraid of the Ruins, part 2) 2018

Science Fiction Belgrade Imagining different realities in the works of Enki Bilal and Aleksa Gajić June 18, 2018 by Srđan Tunić This essay is the second in a “mini-series” of … Continue reading

19/06/2018 · Leave a comment

STAW BLGRD – Street Art Walks Belgrade project

Sometimes you meet people with whom you just can’t wait to work together. That opportunity came in autumn 2016 when Ljiljana Radošević and I decided to start a street art … Continue reading

15/09/2017 · Leave a comment

Memory Overproduction: Turbo Sculpture and the Bizarre Statues of Belgrade (Balkanist magazine, 2017)

A curious array of monuments have been cropping up all over Belgrade recently, with statues of Andy Warhol, a Stalinist poet from Kazakhstan, and a late dictator from Azerbaijan all already raised … Continue reading

06/09/2017 · Leave a comment

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