Dunja Karanović (1996) is a visual artist and journalist based in Belgrade, Serbia. In her practice, she explores ways of bridging cultural policy, theory, and practice through interdisciplinary and collaborative approaches that foster radical friendship and collective care. Her research is focused on the potentials for social regeneration by mainstreaming care in cultural institutions and reimagining them as slower, softer, and more inclusive spaces.
She holds an MA degree from the UNESCO Chair in Cultural Policy and Management at the University of Arts in Belgrade and an MFA from the China Academy of Arts in Hangzhou, PRC. She finished her BA at the Belgrade Faculty of Fine Arts in 2019, in the class of professor Dobrica Bisenić. Her works, including drawings, cyanotypes, installation and sculpture in the expanded field, have been showcased in five solo shows and numerous group shows in China and the ex-Yugoslav region.
She is a regular contributor of LICEULICE magazine.
She is passionate about feminist art histories, embroidery, the small, and the marginal.