Slobodanka Stupar

Born in Sarajevo Yugoslavia. She graduated from School of Applied Arts in Belgrade (B.F.A.) and from School of Fine Arts (M.F.A.) of Belgrade University
She specialized in graphic arts at the School of Fine Arts in Athens.

Scholarships and residencies:

1980/81: “Young Artists” grant, Belgrade
1983: “Mosa Pijade” grant for residence in London
1985: Scholarship from Greek Ministry of Education
1991: “Fondation pour une Entraide Intellectuelle Europeene” grant, France
1996: Stiftung Kulturfonds, Haus Lukas, Ahrenshoop (Germ.)

Awards and recognitions:

1987. October Salon Price for Graphic Art, Belgrade
1987. Art Colony Sisak Price for Sculpture (Yu/Croatia)
1988. Recognition at 1. Mediterranean Graphic Biennial, Ag. Nikolaos Greece
1989. Purchase Price from the National University Library at XII Exhibition of Contemporary Drawing, Zagreb (Yu/Croatia)
1990. Grand Prix at the IX International Graphic Triennial Frechen, Germany
1993: Price at II Biennale of Dry Point, Uzice (Yu)
1997: Purchase Price from National Museum at Belgrade International
. Biennale of Graphic Art
2000. Fotowettbewerb AWARD IG 1999. Medien-Druck und Papier, Publizistik und Kunst, Baden-Wurtenberg

Works in museums and public collections:

Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade
Ludwig Museum, Cologne
Museum of city of Belgrade
National Museum Belgrade
Museum Zepter Belgrade
Museum of Contemporary Art of Vojvodina, Novi Sad
Gallery of Contemporary Art Zrenjanin (Yu)
Gallery of Contemporary Art, Nis
National Museum Kraljevo
National Museum Vranje
National Gallery of Peiraias (Gr)
Art Collection of the National University Library Zagreb
Art Collection “Lazar Vozarevis”, S. Mitrovica (Yu)
Collection of Graphic Art Frechen (Germ.)
Museum of Internationale Contemporary Graphic Art Fredrikstad (Norv.)
Collection “Graficki Kolektiv of Belgrade”
Collection of Art Colony Sisak and Porec (Cr), Art Colony Tuzla (Bosnia)

Selected solo exhibitions:

2012. Gallery ULUS, Belgrade
2011. Gallery Beograd, Belgrade
2009. Gallery Red Athens
2008. Gallery Zlatno Oko Novi Sad
2008. Moderna Gallery Lazarevac
2006. Gallery Artforum, Thessaloniki
2003. Diana Gallery, Athens
2002. Gallery Cultural Centre, Belgrade
2001. Gallery Artforum, Thessaloniki
1999. Christuskirche Cologne (with C. Argueso)
1998. Gallery Zepter, Belgrade
1997. Gallery Kaos, Cologne (Germ.)
1997. Gallery Zlatno Oko, Novi Sad (Yu)
1996. BAP, Witten (Germ.)
1996. Gallery BBK, Cologne
1995. Rathaus Koeln, Cologne (with I. Tschepikow)
1995. Simultanhalle, Cologne
1992. Gallery Ligue Franco-Hellenique, Athens
1992. Gallery Rozmarin, Munich / Olching (Germany.)
1990. Gallery Cultural Centre, Belgrade
1987. Gallery Kreonidis, Athens
1985. Gallery KNU, Belgrade
1984. Gallery Richard Demarco, Edinburgh (GB)
1982. Studio of Gallery Forum, Zagreb
1980. Gallery Sebastian, Dubrovnik (Croatia)
1979. Gallery Graficki Kolektiv, Belgrade

Selected group exhibitions and festivals:

2014. New aquzitions, Contemporary Art Gallery Zrenjanin
2012. Tout va bien, Athens
2012. Sellection of works of Museum Zepter collection, Maribor European Culture Capital
2011. About Cooking, Technohoros Art Gallery, Athens
2010. A step towards City Museum of Belgrade
2008. Book-Land-maps, Cacak
2007: Chronicle of the Absurde, International Photo Exhibition, Thessaloniki (curated by Bia Papadopoulou)
2006: Intro/Out Video Festival, Thessaloniki
2006: New Forms Festival, Vancouver Canada, video installation,
2005: Internationale Artistisc Flag Festival, Gall. Zlatno Oko, Novi Sad (curated by Sava Stepanov)
2004: “Erasing”, internationale interdiscipline project, 25 May Museum Belgrade
2004: In The Biginning Was Fire, Titanium Gall. Athens (curated by Bia Papadopoulou)
2003: 44 th October Salon – Positive/Negative, Belgrade (curator Milanka Todic)
2002: 43rd October Salon – Zoom in zoom out, Belgrade (curator Lidija Merenik)
2002: Paths of History, Zakynthos (curator Bia Papadopoulou)
2002: Terra Incognita, Diana gallery, Athens (curator Lena Kokkini)
2ooo: Commentary on the Twentieth Century, Artforum Gallery,Thessaloniki (curator Bia Papadopoulou)
1999: The Must Recommendation, Artforum Gallery, Thessaloniki
1999: Ten Years of Art Colony Galicnik, Skopje
1998:  Köln Kunst 5,  Cologne
1997: Eshylaeia 97. Eleusis
1997: Visible / Invisible, Thessaloniki (Cultural Capital of Europe) (curator s Irina Subotic, Gordana Stanisic, Ljiljana Cinkul)
1997: Coincidence Cologne
1996: Ars Futura, Cologne
1995: Köln Kunst 4 Cologne
1994: Sickingen Kunstpreis, Kaiserslautern (Germ.)
1994: III International Graphic Biennial, Belgrade
1993: Seven Artists from Belgrade, Athens
1991: XIX International Graphic Biennial, Ljubljana
1990: IX International Graphic Triennial, Frechen (Germ.)
1989: Contemporary Yugoslav Drawing, Tempere (Finland) and Rijeka (Yu) (curator Meliha Husedjinovic)
1988: International Exhibition of Graphic Art, Fredrikstad (Norv.)
1987: Six Yugoslav Artists at Cultural Center of Athens
1980: Contemporary Yugoslavian Drawing and Graphic Art,
Lisabon, and Nicosia

Multimedia and other works:

1984/85. Symphony, textual/sound structure in 9 acts, performance at “Second New Music” festival, Belgrade
1986. Symphony, Fetival Secret life of the town, Beograd i
1987. Area of touch / Space of contact, lecturing at “Djurdjevo Open School”,
1992. Ceci n’est pas une pipe, communication project – live talk with the viewers, improvisational narration and excerpts from Miroslav Mandić’s book Blue Rose), collaboration with composer Lj. Jovanovic, Quantenpool Köln part of Documenta IX ‘s Piazza Virtuale TV project; live transmission on TV Kassel and 3sat from Moltkerei Werkstatt, Cologne.
1995. Mirror, performans with LJ. Jovanovic at Simultanhalle Cologne
1996. Über den Teillerrand hinaus“, performans with Inge Broska and Hans-Jörg Tauschert at “Tangenten” festival, Köln-Mülheim
1999. IF…, performance at Galicnik Art Colony, Macedonia (FYROM)