Vesna Vuković

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Vesna Vuković (1976, Dubrovnik) is a curator and researcher in the field of socially engaged art, a member of Zagreb-based curatorial collective BLOK. She has taught in the framework of non-institutional educational programs, such as: “The world of art” (2009-2019), “Political school for artists” (2016-), “Women’s studies” (2018-2020), and 2007-2011 she worked as adjunct lecturer at the Academy of Fine Arts Zagreb, 2012-2014 at the Art Academy in Split. In 2013 she received a residential fellowship at the Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart. She regularly publishes texts in periodicals and magazines, and has edited several publications in the field of contemporary art, as well as author of texts for two artistic monographs (Sanja Iveković, Bojan Mrđenović). From 2018 she has been the editor of the BLOK’s book series Tendencija (Tendency), focused at the materialist approach to art and art history. She has been awarded “Hans und Lea Grundig Preis” in 2019 for research and exhibition project The Art of the Collective: Case Zemlja. (2023)