Miodrag Šuvaković (1954) is a theorist, aesthetician, artist, curator, and professor of theory of art, culture, and aesthetics.

He is professor of Applied Aesthetics & Theory of Art and Media at the Faculty for Media and Communications, Belgrade and member of Slovenian Society of Aesthetics. Šuvaković received PhD from the Faculty of Fine Arts from the University of Art in Belgrade in 1993. He has been Professor of Applied Aesthetics, Faculty of Music in Belgrade (1996-2015) and president of the IAA (International Association for Aesthetics 2019-2022) . He has published or edited 50 books in Serbian, Slovenian, Croatian and English, among them: PAS TOUT– Fragments on art, culture, politics, poetics and art theory 1994-1974 (Buffalo, 1994), 2001; Impossible Histories – Historical Avant-gardes, Neo-avant-gardes, and Post-avant-gardes in Yugoslavia, 1918-1991 (co-editor with Dubravka Đurić, Cambridge MA 2003, 2006), Pojmovnik suvremene umjetnosti [Concepts of Contemporary Art] (Zagreb, Ghent, 2005), Epistemology of Art – Critical design for procedures and platforms of contemporary art education

(Belgrade, Wien, Erme, Antwerp, 2008), Clandestine Histories of the OHO Group (Ljubljana, 2009), Neo-Aesthetic Theory. Complexity and Complicity Must Be Defended (Wien, 2017).

Zoran Todorović, Warmth (photodocumentation), 2009. Zoran Todorović is an artist with an antagonistically open symptom which anyone who enters into his work, intervention or impact has to resolve for themselves, both emotionally and intellectually, taking responsibility for their own unexpected and unplanned reactions, decisions, choices, declarations and evaluations. The aspects and models of the aspects […]