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Ana Milenković

Born in Belgrade in 1988.

Immediately after her studies at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade, she receives the award for special creative innovations from the Miloš Bajić fund in 2012.

In search of the challenges and seeking to explore the global art scene, her journey to London seems a natural choice. In London Ana begins her master’s studies in art at the University of the Arts London, Wimbledon College of Arts. Soon after, she is noticed in London where she has presented her work in two solo exhibitions so far, and received the Clifford Chance Sculpture Award (2015) and the Griffin Art Prize (2016), given to emerging young artists as an incentive and support in their future work. Today, Ana lives and works in London.

Ana Milenkovic (b. 1988, Belgrade, Serbia)
Lives and works in London, UK

Education
2012 – 2014 MFA in Fine Art, Wimbledon College of Arts, University of the Arts London, UK
2010 – 2012 MFA in Painting, Faculty of Fine Art, University of Arts in Belgrade, Serbia
2007 – 2010 BFA in Painting, Faculty of Fine Art, University of Arts in Belgrade, Serbia

Solo exhibitions
Upcoming
2019 School, London, UK
2019 Ravnikar Space, Ljubljana, Slovenia
2019 Three Works, Scarborough, UK

Past
2018 The Gods Must Be Crazy, Gallery Novembar, Belgrade, Serbia
2016 Selected Paintings, Payne/Shurvell, London, UK
2015 UAL/Clifford Chance Sculpture Award, Clifford Chance Headquarters, London, UK

Selected group exhibitions
2018 Innocence, Super Dutchess, New York, USA
2018 Air4, Ravnikar Space, Ljubljana, Slovenia
2018 Night Realms, Arusha Gallery, Edinburgh, UK
2018 The Arca Project, Payne/Shurvell London, UK
2018 Art, Women And The Evolution, The Bloomsbury, London, UK
2017 Arslokacija, Galerija Stara Kapetanija, Zemun, Serbia
2017 The Arca Project, Payne/Shurvell Suffolk, UK
2016 Griffin Art Prize Shortlist Exhibition, Griffin Art Gallery, London, UK
2016 The Ingram Collection’s Young Talent Exhibition, The Cello Factory, London, UK
2015 If It Bends It’s Funny, Bosse & Baum Gallery, London, UK
2015 Shapes & Things, Leytonstone Underground Station, London, UK
2015 Demimonde, Amberwood House, London, UK
2013 Art Lacuna Prize, Art Lacuna Space, London, UK
2012 Spaced Out, Wimbledon Space, London, UK
2011 The Most Promising Young Artists, University Library Svetozar Markovic, Belgrade, Serbia
2010 Perspectives 11/Best Serbian Fine Art Graduates, Novi Sad, Serbia
2010 Exhibition Of The Awarded Graduates, Gallery of the Faculty of Fine Arts, Belgrade, Serbia

Awards / residencies
2016 Griffin Art Prize & Residency (winner)
2015 UAL/Clifford Chance Sculpture Award (winner)
2013 Art Lacuna Prize (finalist)
2012 Art Clinic – Perspectives (finalist)
2012 Award For Creative Innovation From The Milos Bajic Fund (winner)
2010 KuturKontakt Austria Scholarship, Summer International Academy of Fine Arts, Salzburg,
Austria
2010 Dean’s Scholarship, Traunkirchen Summer Academy of Fine Arts, Traunkirchen, Austria

Selected press
– Arusha Gallery Night Realms, Published by ArtMag, Friday, 6 April 2018
– Night Realms At Arusha Gallery, Edinburgh, Published by BlouinArtInfo, Monday 2 April 2018
– Review Of Arslokacija Exhibition, by Jelena Vukadinovic and Ivana Djordjevic, published by Likovni
Zivot, February 2018
– Arslokacija: Meet Four Serbian Artists Living And Working Abroad, published by City Magazine,
Monday 30 October 2017
– Arslokacija In Zemun, published by Politika, Thursday 26 October 2017
– Meet The City: London, Radio Television of Vojvodina, Friday 18 August 2017
– Enter The Picture: Ana Milenkovic, in conversation with Kristina Pulejkova, Sunday 2 July 2017
– City Life: Serbian London, by Jovana Mladenovic, published by Time Out London, Tuesday 9 May
2017
– Artists In Conversation: Ansel Krut And Ana Milenkovic, by Jenny Brewer, published by It’s Nice
That, Thursday 16 February 2017
– An Interview With Ana Milenkovic, in conversation with Sophie Kassay, published by Wimbledon
College of Art Blog, Tuesday 6 December 2016
– Guest Artist: Ana Milenkovic, published by Floorr Magazine, Thursday 9 February 2017
– A Review Of The Griffin Art Prize 2016, by Alex Daniel, published by Aesthetica Magazine, Monday
5 December 2016
– Press Review: Griffin Art Prize Exhibition, by Emma Clarendon, published by Love London Love
Culture, Thursday 24 November 2016
– A review Of The Griffin Art Prize 2016, by Niall Flynn, published by Tmrw Magazine,
Thursday 24 November 2016