Jovana Mladenovic (1991), from Nis, is a photography graduate from the Faculty of Applied Arts in Belgrade, Serbia and this year she graduated from the University of Arts, London and received a Master’s degree in Fashion Photography. Her academic background from UAL provides her with an excellent knowledge of both art and fashion.
She is an award winning photographer with a number of international publications. Recently she won a gold star award at the ND photography competition in the Portrait category and has participated in numerous group and solo exhibitions across Serbia and Europe.
Learning how to capture psychological portraits and understanding how people react when facing their fears is crucial in her personal projects. Jovana’s work now explores brutalist architecture throughout contemporary photography. Her most recent work is the project “Monumental Fear” where she wanted to bring to life a part of history that seems forgotten, especially amongst the younger generation of people in Ex-Yugoslavia, and along the way, inform people of such a turbulent time in her countries history.
Exhibitions: CoBA ”Interruption” in London, Refoto exhibition in Belgrade “Life and Multimedia” 2017 Appreciation for the image “Monumental Fear: Inside the Monument”, Group exhibition at Paris College of Arts with LCF photography students 2016, ReFoto exhibition “Movement” Belgrade, Serbia 2015, Group exhibition “Body as a proof” put together by Ivana Tomanovic, Belgrade 2015.