Zeljka Momirov was born in 1962 in Novi Sad, a Serbian painter, sculptor, and pedagogue.
She graduated from the Faculty of Applied Arts in Belgrade at the Department of Sculpture, Department of Sculpture in Space and Architecture in 1987. She completed her postgraduate studies in 1993 at the Faculty of Applied Arts in Belgrade. From 1993 to the end of 1996. taught at the Academy of Arts in Pristina and the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade from 2000 to 2007 as an associate professor. Since 2005 in the status of a prominent artist. She has been the artistic director of the Block Gallery since 2007. Member of ULUS and ULUPUDS.
She has won several awards and recognitions and is a prominent artist in Serbia. She had about 400 collective exhibitions and 44 solo exhibitions in the country and in the world. Over 30 set sculptures in the area throughout the former SFRY.
“Present on the art scene for almost three decades, the sculptor Zeljka Momirov (1962) is recognized by her personal qualities: ambition, agility, energy, and strategy of action and communication, desirable on the modern stage. The path to a visible position in this intensive professional biography – numerous solo and group exhibitions, awards, sculptures in public space – is marked by pedagogical work as well as the management of the New Belgrade Gallery. Sculpture and good craft at the Faculty of Applied Arts were funded by Željka Momirov’s practical and vital linguistic and conceptual concept, last century. ” – Ljiljana Ćinkul (excerpt from the text, “Željka Momirov – Memories in Disappearance 2”, http://www.politika.rs/sr/clanak/352116/Kultura/Kad-secanja-nestaju)
She lives and works in Belgrade.
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