Natalija Vujošević is a contemporary artist and curator based in Montenegro. As an artist, she has been exhibiting locally and internationally since 2003; she was also twice selected to represent the Montenegrin Pavilion at the Venice Biennale (2005 and 2011). Natalija is the founder and director of the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA), an independent art association. As part of the association, she works on curating educational programmes and exhibitions, she organizes the Young Visual Artist Award in Montenegro (the Milčik Award) and in cooperation with The National Library of Montenegro she is working on creating a collection of materials on contemporary art theory, philosophy, and the humanities (Corner for Art and Reading).
Recently, in 2017 and 2018 she curated the exhibitions “COMRADES”, on the Women’s Antifascist Front in Montenegro (1943-1953); “Why Have There Been No Great (wo)Men Artists?”, with works from British and Montenegrin contemporary female artists (the exhibition is part of the “Perceptions” programme, initiated by the British Council Collection and realized in collaboration with five Western Balkan museums); “Unprofessional / how to create nothing from something” about the ~transition~ of the former Yugoslavia and 41st Montenegro Art Salon 13th November/ Nobody Asked Us Anything, with focus on socially engaged art and artists.