Vesna Pavlović (Serbia/US) obtained her MFA degree in visual arts from Columbia University in 2007. She is an Associate Professor of Art at Vanderbilt University where she teaches photography and digital media. She has exhibited widely, including solo shows at the Phillips Collection in Washington DC, the Frist Center for the Visual Arts in Nashville, Museum of History of Yugoslavia in Belgrade, and the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento. She has been featured with a solo presentation at the Untitled, 12th Istanbul Biennial, 2011, and in group exhibitions at the City Art Gallery, in Ljubljana, Slovenia (Inside Out – Not So White Cube), the New Art Gallery Walsall, Walsall, UK (Found), the Bucharest Biennale 5, in Bucharest, Romania (Tactics for Here and Now), Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago (Spectator Sports), Le Quartier Center for Contemporary Art in Quimper, France (From Closed World to the Infinite Universe), NGBK in Berlin, Germany (Spaceship Yugoslavia, The Suspension of Time), Museum of Contemporary Art in Belgrade (Conversations), Serbia, Tennis Palace Art Museum in Helsinki, Finland (Situated Self, Confused, Compassionate, Conflictual), Photographers’ Gallery in London (Mediterranean, Between Reality and Utopia), Kettle’s Yard in Cambridge, UK (Rear View Mirror), and FRAC Center for Contemporary Art in Dunkuerqe, France (De-Collecting). In the nineties, in Belgrade, she worked closely with the feminist pacifist group Women in Black. Vesna Pavlović is the recipient of the Robert Penn Warren Fellowship at Vanderbilt University in 2010, City of Copenhagen Artist-in-Residence grant in 2011, and Contemporary Foundation for the Arts Emergency Grants in 2011 and 2014. She has received 2012 Art Matters Foundation grant. Her work is included in major private and public art collections, Phillips Collection and the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, in Washington DC, USA, and Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade, Serbia, among others. Selected publications include: Office Taste, co-authored with Casey Smith, Belgrade, Škart, 2005 and An Idyll on the Beach, Belgrade, Samizdat, 2001. Her work is represented by G Fine Art in Washington DC, Gallery Zeitgeist in Nashville, and whitespace in Altanta.