Zoran Todović

Zoran Todović

full professor

email address: zoran.todovic@fsu.edu.rs

Narrow scientific/artistic field
Visual Art – Graphics

Subjects
Graphics

Zoran Todović graduated from the Faculty of Applied Arts’ Graphics Department, in the class of professor Božidar Džmerković and professor Miloš Ćirić. He completed postgraduate studies in the class of professor Miodrag Rogić. He was awarded the Jackson Pollock – Lee Krasner foundation’s scholarship in 2003. He was elected into full professorship at University of Novi Sad’s Academy of Arts in 2003.

  • Golden Needle of ULUS (1989);
  • Grand Prix of International Biennale, Varna (1989);
  • Grand Seal of Graphics Collective (1990);
  • Politika award (1992);
  • October Salon award (1994);
  • First prize at International Graphics Biennale, Belgrade (1996);
  • Medal for Graphics at the 8th International Graphics Triennale, Frechen, Germany
  • Solo exhibitions in large European cities (Belgrade, Varna, Berlin, Paris)
  • Participation at notable group exhibitions in Belgrade (Serbia), Ljubljana (Slovenia), Zagreb, Rijeka (Croatia), Tokyo, Osaka, Wakayama, Kyoto (Japan), Krakow, Katowice, Wrocław (Poland), Paris, Menton (France), Berlin, Frechen (Germany), Varna (Bulgaria), Thessalloniki (Greece), Sao Paolo (Brasil), Buenos Aires (Argentina), Martigny (Switzerland), Győr, Miskolc (Hungary), Banská Bystrica (Slowakie), Prague (Czech Republic)
  • Multimedia project “Frame for Apocalypse” realized in 2002 at Haos Gallery in Belgrade. The project was first presented at International Triennale in Prague
  • Exhibition entitled “Speak Serbian so that the Whole World Can Understand You” was realized in 2005 at Cvijeta Zuzorić Art Pavilion in Belgrade
  • Participation in Barbara Novaković Kolenc’s project entitled Paper – Paper Works at Ljubljana City Museum, in December 2007
  • Ambient work “Belgrade Wall” at Graphical Collective Gallery (2008)
  • In cooperation with FORMVERK association from Eskilstuna, Sweden, during seven-day art workshop Warming, realization of ambient work Serbian Artist Awaits the Swedish Sun.
  • At international exhibition LIBRARY – Open book of Balkan, Earth, Book, Maps in Čačak – ambient work “Prison and Prisoners”
  • Several days of cooperation with the citizens of Skopje in 2010 yielded an ambient installation at Skopje City Museum, continuing the dialog initiated at the Graphics Collective Gallery with “Belgrade Wall”, entitled “Skopje Wall”
  • At National Gallery, throughout the Čifte-Amam building, ambient exhibition “Silence” (2013)
  • “Heteronimus” project at ULUS Gallery, 2016