Vesna Jovanovic

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Vesna Jovanovic
Born 1976
Chicago, Illinois
Nationality American

Vesna Jovanovic (born 1976 in Chicago, Illinois) is a contemporary American visual artist, best known for her detailed works on paper that depict human anatomy combined with plants, architectural structures, and geological formations.[1]

Jovanovic's artwork has been exhibited at various museums and galleries, including solo exhibitions at the International Museum of Surgical Science,[2] the University of Chicago Gordon Center for Integrative Science,[3] Packer Schopf Gallery, the Contemporary Art Center of Peoria,[4] the Ralph Arnold Fine Arts Annex Gallery at Loyola University Chicago,[5] Wisconsin Union Galleries at the University of Wisconsin-Madison,[6] among numerous other venues. Her artwork has been featured in Newcity,[7] Time Out Chicago,[8] Discover Magazine Blogs,[9] Seed Magazine,[10] and various other publications. She has been awarded several grants from the Illinois Arts Council and the City of Chicago, as well as artist residency awards from the Santa Fe Art Institute and Chanorth, among others.[11]

She currently lives and works in the Chicago area.[12]

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