Daniela Fulgosi

Daniela Fulgosi (1967, Zemun) uses collage, printmaking and drawing in her work, dealing with the legacies of Op Art and design, exploring colour as a quality of form. Fulgosi graduated from the Faculty of Applied Arts in Belgrade (1991) where she completed her postgraduate studies (1995), and since then works as graphic artist, painter and a professor at the Faculty of Applied Arts in Belgrade. Her work was presented at 23 solo and over 250 group exhibitions internationally, among others in Norway, Japan, Bulgaria, India, Thailand, Czech Republic, Italy, France, Switzerland, Poland. Her most notable solo shows were at the Kolarčeva Zadužbina Gallery, Belgrade (1993); Gallery Grafički kolektiv, Belgrade (1997, 2002, 2008); Gallery ULUS, Belgrade (1999); Fine Arts Center of the Cultural Center, Novi Sad (1998, 2003, 2008, 2012); Belgrade Gallery, Belgrade (2011); Legat M. Zorić and R. Čolaković, Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade (2015); Gallery of Contemporary Art Serbia, Niš (2017). Fulgosi was granted many awards for her graphics, drawing, art books and prints. Her works are in the collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Belgrade, the City of Belgrade and other state and private collections. She lives and works in Belgrade.