Neva Lukić (Zagreb, Croatia, 1982) graduated in History of Art and Archaeology from the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb and obtained her M.A. in Theory of Modern and Contemporary Art from the Leiden University in the Netherlands.

She is active as a curator, art critic and writer. She collaborated with different institutions (HDLU- Croatian Associaton of Artists – Zagreb, Museum of Contemporary Art –Zagreb, Waag society – Amsterdam, Arti et Amicitiae – Amsterdam, MMSU- Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art – Rijeka, etc.) and she regularly contributes to Croatian art magazine Kontura.

In addition to the above she writes poetry and short stories. Her poems and stories have been published in various journals and collections in Croatia and Serbia and she has participated in different literary readings and literary festivals. She has four books published: Ljudi bez parka (short story collection, publisher: Knjigomat, Association for Culture, 2009), Haljina Obscura (poetry collection, Zdravko Pucak award by the Croatian Cultural and Publishing Society, 2011), Sjene sjemenki (the Poetry Series, the Croatian Writers Society, 2015.) and More i zaustavljene priče (The Croatian Writers Society, 2016.).

Her books show the influence of visual (and other arts). For these reasons she often collaborates with the artists from other fields with the aim to create interdisciplinary projects close to video art, literary performance or visual poetry.

She is the member of AICA (The International Association of Art Critics), the study section of ULUPUH (Croatian Association of Artists of Applied Arts) and HDP (Croatian Writers Society).

She currently lives between Croatia and the Netherlands.

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