Vesna Pavlovic graduated in camera studies at the academy of Drama Arts in Belgrade. She has been working actively as a photographer since 1990 and has a strong background in documentary photography. A photo-correspondent for the German magazine Die Zeit, she received an award at the 40th October Salon in Belgrade (2001) for the series Herzlich Wilkommen im Hotel Hyatt Belgrad, April 1999.

At Location One, Pavlovic will develop the project American Collection, a series of photographic essays examining different aspects of contemporary American society. She will work in collaboration with Casey Smith, writer and teacher at the Corcoran College of Art, Washington DC, and Srdjan Jovanovic Weiss, free-lance architect living in New York City. Pavlovic’s residency at Location One is supported by the Trust for Mutual Understanding.

Vesna has exhibited widely, including solo shows at the Museum of History of Yugoslavia in Belgrade, and Gallery Fusebox in Washington DC. She has been featured in group exhibitions at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Belgrade, Krolikarnia in Warsaw, Akademie der Bildenen Kunste in Vienna, the State History Museum in St. Petersburg, Center for Contemporary Art in Vilnius, and Palau de la Verreina in Barcelona. She contributed to various collaborative photographic, video and art projects, such as Sadness, Winter Diary, L’origine du Monde, White Light/White Hit and Zombietown.

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