Srđan Tunić

art historian, freelance curator, cultural manager and researcher

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

Belgrade Cooperative building – the center and mirror of city visions (time travel story, Uneven Earth, Not Afraid of the Ruins, 2018)

Hey! (waving) Are you here for… HELLO! Are you guys here for the time travel tour?! Glad I found you so quickly, this place is crowded, follow me. Is it … Continue reading

14/08/2019 · Leave a comment

Memories of a Bombardment: Reflections on the 20th Anniversary of the NATO Bombing of Yugoslavia (Balkanist magazine, 2019)

“It’s hard to believe that 20 years have passed since the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia. From today’s vantage point, those 78 days seem like a foreign world, and one that … Continue reading

25/03/2019 · 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

“How does it work?” Cultural Networks Management (master thesis 2017)

Graduated (take #2), hope I’m a bit smarter… 🙂 You can download the thesis here. Key words: cultural networks, management, participation, Cultural Innovators Network. …   University of the Arts … Continue reading

29/11/2017 · 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

Muzej objekata – Devedesete kroz sećanje građana Srbije / Museum of Objects

Neobičan je osećaj videti predmet koji sam donirao Muzeju Objekata 2012. pre neki dan na postavci u Muzeju Jugoslavije. Osećaj da mi je drago i istovremeno podsećanje na ne tako … Continue reading

30/06/2017 · Leave a comment

Pčelar / the Beekeeper, ZMUC “Autogol: od autoironije, do autoistorizacije” (2016.)

Povodom 10-togodišnjice postojanja, ZMUC (Zemunski Mali Umetnički Centar) organizuje seriju umetničkih događaja u Kolarčevoj zadužbini od 27. decembra do 02. januara 2017. Više o tome možete videti na sajtu SEEcult … Continue reading

26/12/2016 · Leave a comment

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