biography - cv

Hana Rajkovic
Hana Rajkovic, born on 21st of August 1977. In 2002. Graduated fine arts painting at the Faculty of Fine Arts, Belgrade and earned herself masters’ degree in fine arts painting at the same faculty in 2006. In 2003. Became a member of Serbian Association of Freelance Artists (ULUS) in 2003. Lives and works between Brisbane, Australia and Belgrade, Serbia.

Selected group exhibitions:
2004. VII International Art Triennale Majdanek, Lublin, Poland

2005. 30th International Print and Drawing Exhibition, Bradley University, Peoria, USA

2005. XII Biennial of Young Artists from Europe and Mediterranean 2005, Naples, Italy

2007. 48.October salon “Micronaratives”, curated by Lorand Hegyi, Belgrade, Serbia

2008. 9th International Biennial of miniature art, G.Milanovac, Serbia

2008. Collection of Serbian modern art Telenor, Cvijeta Zuzoric art pavilion, Belgrade, Serbia

2008. Micro-Narratives-temptation of small realities curated by Lorand Hegyi, Museum of Modern Art of Saint Etienne, France

2009.“Return to intimacy“ curated by Sasa Janjic and Miroslav Karic, MAGACIN, Belgrade, Serbia

2010. Linden Postcard Show 2010, Melbourne, VIC

2010. Print and Drawing Acquisitive Awards, Swan Hill, VIC

2010. Drawing 10B, Brunswick Street Gallery, Melbourne, VIC

2011. Seven With Another SECOND, Substation 4, Brisbane, QLD

2012. Cakula.pripovijedam, gallery Trenutak.39, Zagreb, Croatia


Solo Exhibitions:
2003. “Puzzle”exhibition of small format paintings, Art klinika, Novi Sad, Serbia

2006. Master degree exhibition “101 painting”, FLU gallery, Belgrade, Serbia

2007. “Paintings” gallery of contemporary art Smederevo, Serbia

2007. “Paintings” gallery Stara Kapetanija, Belgrade, Serbia

2007. ”Drawings” gallery Sluzbeni glasnik, Belgrade, Serbia 2012. ”Drawings” gallery ULUS, Belgrade, Serbia

2004. City of Belgrade art collection

2007. City of Belgrade art collection

2007. Telenor contemporary art collection

2008. Best drawing award, 9th International Biennial of miniature art, G.Milanovac, Serbia

2010. Linden Postcard Show 1st Prize, Bendigo and Adelaide Bank $5,000 award, Melbourne, Australia

Art residence:
2008. Cite Internationale des Arts Paris

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