Saša Janjić (1972) born in Belgrade, Serbia. He graduated from the Department of Art History, the Philosophical Faculty in Belgrade, in 2001 . During the final years of studies, he attended the School of History and Theory of Art at the Centre for Contemporary Art in Belgrade. He received the award of the National Museum in Belgrade for the best thesis in the field of Art History. Since 2003 he has been the editor of the Remont Art Magazine, and in 2004 he was employed as one of the curator of the Remont Art Gallery in Belgrade. As the editor of the magazine, he participated in the project Documenta 12 magazine at the Documenta in Kassel in 2007. . Saša Janjić co-curated the 47th October Salon in Belgrade in 2007 (together with the chief selector Lorand Hegyi). He was the author of numerous exhibitions in Serbia and abroad: Transformations, Remont Gallery, Belgrade (2004), Private Space – Public Space, Magacin Gallery, Belgrade (2007), Sistema Binario, BELEF 08, Belgrade (2008), Telenor Collection, Art Pavilion Cvijeta Zuzorić (2008), Behind Mirrors, the Italian Cultural Centre, Belgrade (2009), Aftermath – Tendencies of the Engaged Post-Yugoslav Contemporary Photography, the National Museum of Slovenia (2012) as well as the series of 10 exhibitions entitled Remont.Review II, as part of the program Revision (2012). Since 2007, Saša Janjić has been actively engaged as a selector of the Telenor Collection of Serbian Contemporary Art. He has published many reviews and articles in numerous journals and magazines at home and abroad. He is a member of ULUPUDS (Association of Artists of Applied Arts and Design of Serbia) and of a number of art juries. He was the President of the Serbian branch of the International Association of Art Critics – AICA.