Djordje Stanojević

Đorđe Stanojević (1974) is a visual artist and lecturer. He completed his undergraduate, masters and doctoral studies at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade and his professional career commenced in 1999. So far, he has had 37 solo and many group exhibitions in Serbia and abroad. He is a full-time professor at the Faculty of Contemporary Arts in Belgrade. Stanojević is the founder and artistic director of the international platform Nature & Art, which focuses on connecting natural and artistic processes. He deals with art theory, writes critiques and essays in the field of fine arts. His works are part of museum and private collections in Serbia, the United States, China, France, Spain, Austria, Germany, the Netherlands, Canada, Italy, Greece, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Romania, Hungary, Slovenia, Montenegro and Belgium.

Born in Osecina (Serbia) on March 29, 1974.
Professor at Faculty of Contemprary Art in
Belgrade. Founder and Art Director of the
Nature & Art project. Writes reviews and essays
in the theory of art.
He earned his undergraduate, master’s and
doctoral degree from the Faculty of Fine Arts in

He has had 37 solo exhibitions, at home and
Selected exhibitions:
2020, “Sonar”, Heritage House Gallery, Belgrade
2019, “Orchard”, Gallery Bel Art, Novi Sad
2018, “Voyage”, Gallery of Serbian Culture
Center, Beijing
2015, “Les Apparences”, Gallery Abstract
Project, Paris
2015 “Les Dialogues”, Gallery Grace Teshima,
2014, “La Réflexion”, Centre culturel de Serbie,
2014, “Egronomics of The Earth”, Gallery ULUS,
He had over 200 collective exhibitions.
2019, Acquisition of National Art Museum of
China (NAMOC), Beijing
2015, 2016, 2018, 2019, Acquisitions of the
Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Serbia
2018, Acquisition of Collection Wiener Stedise
2014, Acquisition of Museum Zepter
2007, The award for best visual identity of Serbia
2000, Award at the Yugoslav Biennial of Young