Srđan Tunić is an art historian, freelance curator and cultural manager from Belgrade, Serbia, currently living between Serbia and Montenegro.
From 2010 till 2011 he worked in The Museum of African Art in Belgrade, as a curatorial associate/program animator in the department of education. Since 2012 he has been working as an independent curator, researcher, writer and project manager. As part of Mediterranean Cultural Innovators Network, he took part in projects such as Trans-Cultural Dialogues. Since 2011 he has been working with Civil Association ARTIKAL, Belgrade, on independent project “About and around curating / Kustosiranje”, an educative and research curatorial program, developed with colleague Andrej Bereta.
More recently, together with Ljiljana Radošević, we’re working on Street Art Walks Belgrade (STAW BLGRD), popularizing street art and graffiti of Belgrade. Since 2017, he came back to making crafts, inspired by pop culture (fan art), that you can see here. For more info on his professional activities, visit: https://srdjantunic.wordpress.com
At the moment he is reading “On writing well” by William Zinsser and just finished with Neil Gaiman’s “Norse Mythology.”