Zeljka Momirov, born on 1962 in Novi Sad , former Yugoslavia, Serbia. Works on installations and sculpture.
EDUCATION: University of Arts in Belgrade – Faculty of Applied Arts : Graduate Studies – Bachelor of Arts, Sculpture and arhitecture (1987); Postgraduate Studies – Master of Arts, Sculpture (1993).
Selected ONE-MAN SHOWS: Exhibition Room of the Performing Art Centre, Los Angeles, CA, USA ( 2004), Exhibition Room of the Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade (1996); Museum of Contemporary Art of the University of San Pedro, San Pedro, California, USA (2003); Gallery Crafton Hills College, Yucaipa, CA, USA ( 2003), Gallery ARDEN 2, San Pedro, CA USA ( 2004), Art Pavilion of Cvijeta Zuzoric, Belgrade(2006), National Museum ( Kikinda, Kragujevac, Krusevac, Serbia).
Selected GROUP EXHIBITIONS: Collegium Artisticum, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegowina; Projektiaonen – IDENTITY – Galerija Murska Sobota, Slovenia; Projektiaonen – IDENTITY – Gallery of Modern Art, Opole, Poland; Zepter Gallery, Helsinki, Finland; Projektiaonen – IDENTITY – Reithalle, Ingolstadt, Germany; Gallery CM, New York, USA; Gallery Jakubska, Praha, Czech Republic; Zepter Gallery, Zurich, Switzerland; Zepter Gallery, Bukurest, Romania; Museum of Contemporary Art, Novi Sad, Serbia; Zepter Gallery, Pariz, France; Zepter Gallery, Berne, Switzerland; Contemporary Art Museum of Rijeka, Croatia; The 1st International Turkish Grameen Micro / Credit Art Biennial – Ankara, Turkey; Sculptura and Object X – Z Gallery, Bratislava, Slovak Republik; Zepter Gallery, Milan, Italy; Arden 2 gallery , San Pedro, CA, USA; Polonium 2″ – Arden 2 gallery, San Pedro, CA, USA; N.W.E.S. – Crafton Hills College, Yucaipa, CA, USA;Museum of Contemporary Art of Republic of Srpska, Banja Luka; National Gallery, Skopje, Macedonia; Lamia, Athens, Greece; Italian Cultural Institute; Reciborsz, Poland; 4th International biennial of Scuptural Drawings, (izbor Negy Oselem – “The Four Elements”) – Gallery of the Goethe Institute, Csontvary Hall, Vigado Gallery, Budapest, Hungary; Museum of Contemporary Art, Skopje, Macedonia , Ribat Al Fath, Rabat, Maroco; Chuck Levitan Gallery, New York, USA;