Kiosk is an art organization founded in Belgrade in 2002. Employing art based research and participative art practices, it initiates and facilitates collaboration between artists, cultural operators and citizens, believing that artistic practices foster openness and provide better understanding of social and political difficulties underlying modern society. From its foundation Kiosk is dedicated to developing projects and initiatives that are critically reflecting social and political challenges of contemporary society, developing methodologies that are using various formats, like photography, video, performative art and exhibition making. Kiosk practice merges art production, curating and research exploring the potential of diverse collaborations and new encounters.
Kiosk is one of the founders of the Association Independent cultural scene of Serbia and Regional platform for culture Kooperativa
Kiosk was founded by artist Ana Adamović and art historian Milica Pekić. In 2008 artist Dorijan Kolundžija joined Kiosk team and was its active member till 2012.
Ana Adamović is a visual artist primarily working in the fields of photography and video. Her practice and research is mostly centered on the constructions of historical narratives, identities, and individual and collective memories. Adamović’s work was extensively exhibited in Serbia and abroad. She graduated at the department for the World Literature at the Belgrade University and studied photography at the Art Institute of Boston. She holds a PhD in Practice from the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna.
Milica Pekić, PhD, art historian and curator from Belgrade. In her research she is focusing on confrontational artistic practices as well as on alternative forms of collective authorships, institutional transformation and potential of interdisciplinary approach both in research and production. Being actively engaged in the civil sector in culture for more than a decade she is also part of many initiatives both on national and regional level focusing on sustainable frame for development of independent cultural scene and its regional collaboration. She organized numerous art projects and initiatives on local and international level.