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Branislav Stankovic

born 1975 in Belgrade, Serbia

contact: stankovicbranislav (at) yahoo (dot) com

 

Education:
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1996 - 2001 Faculty of Applied Arts, University of Arts, Belgrade
Bachelor of Arts with an emphasis in Graphics and Photography
(five year program)

1994 - 1996 Classical Studies, Faculty of Philosophy, Belgrade University

Languages:

English, French


Professional experience:
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2008 – present Art Director in an advertising agency

2008 – present publication design for UNDP Serbia

2001– present publication design for Institute for Schoolbooks, Serbia

2001 Médecins Sans Frontiéres (France), Belgrade, Yugoslavia
(poster design, illustrations)

2001 Art Group “FIA”, Belgrade, Yugoslavia
(graphic design for Art Calendar project, 2001)

1999 - 2000 Graphic designer in Institute of Public Health of Serbia


Exhibitions, Awards, Published Works:
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2009 Photography Exibition, Stara Kapetanija Gallery, Belgrade

2009 "Traces" Photography Exibition, Blok Gallery, Belgrade

2008 UEPS Award, campaign for Ball Packaging Europe

2008 Graphic Design Exibition, Grifon, Graphic Collective Gallery, Belgrade

2007 Photography Exibition "Balkan Focalizations"
Helios Cultural Center, Thessaloniki, Greece

2006 Automn Salon Exibition, Art Pavilion Cvijeta Zuzoric

2006 2nd place at “Belgrade On The Move” competition for
best photograph, organized by British Counci, Belgradel

2006 poster design finalist at Magdalena,
International Festival of Creative Communication, Maribor, Slovenia

2006 became member of ULUS - Association of Fine Artists of Serbia

2004 Selected works published in Print Magazine
“European Regional Design Annual” (edition may - june 2004);

2003 XPOSE Digital Arts Festival, Award for Website Design
(www.bnobo.com)

2001 Museum of Applied Arts in Belgrade, Yugoslavia
Graduate Exhibition (“Street Signs”)

2000 Selected works published in PhotoNet magazine (Athens, Greece)