Selma Đulizarević Karanović


Selma Đulizarević Karanović
Associate professor

Artistic field: Drawing and Painting
Subjects: Drawing, Painting

She has been working at the Belgrade Faculty of Applied Arts since 2000. As assistant-trainee she worked at Applied painting Department and at the Department for Conservation and Restoration, as assistant she worked at the Costume Department (Modul Stage Costume and Modul Fashion Design). Since 2007 she works as a Asssistant at the Graphic Department, teaching  Drawing and Painting (Module Printmaking and book design, Modul Animation, Module Photography and Modul Graphic Design). She became Associated Professor in 2014, attached to the Graphic Department teaching Drawing and Painting.

She studied Art History at Belgrade Faculty of Philosopy. She acquired BA at the Belgrade Faculty of Fine Arts – Painting Department in 1994. At the same department, she gained Master of Arts in 1997, as well as PhD of Arts in 2012.

Since 1995 she has been a member of ULUS (the Association of Visual Artists of Serbia). She has also been a member of OISTAT/Costume Design Group since 2010.

She won the following awards: the Golden Palette in 2013 - awarded by ULUS, the Honorable Mention of the International Jury of the 10th International Biennial of Miniature Art in Gornji Milanovac, Serbia in 2010, the White Angel of Milesheva in Prijepolje, Serbia in 2010.

As a student she gained four awards of the Belgrade Faculty of Fine Arts - for a drawing in 1991, for a portrait in 1993, for mosaics in 1993 and the Great Award for Painting in 1994.

Since 1991 she has had 18 solo exhibitions in Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Belgium.

She has participated in numerous important exhibition of ULUS since 1995 and international exhibitions such as: the Biennial of Portrait INTERBIFEP in Tuzla (BiH) and the International Biennial of Miniature Art, Gornji Milanovac (Serbia) and Hanga Forum in Japan. She took part in Synposium and Workshop organized by OISTAT in Istanbul:Cultural Exchange Betveen East and West-Kaftan and Its Influence in Fashion.

Three works of Selma Djulizarevic Karanovic belong to the Collection of Belgrade City Museum and one has recently purchased by Ministy of Culture of Serbia for the Gallery Nadezda Petrovic Collection of Contemporary Art, Cacak, Serbia.