Nenad Radić
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Born in Belgrade. Graduated from the Department of Art History of the Faculty of Philosophy of Belgrade University in 1995, his major being the History of Modern Art. Currently employed at the same Faculty as an assistant lecturer in Museology and the Preservation of the Cultural Heritage.

Has been publishing texts dealing with art history and contemporary visual arts since 1995. From June 1996 till September 1998, worked as a research consultant at the Department of Art History of the Faculty of Philosophy on the project “Serbian Art of the 20th Century”.

One of the editors and founders of the new series of the periodical 3+4, published by the Seminar for Modern Art of the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade (since 1996). One of the curators of the Exhibition and editors of the catalogue of the 3rd Youth Biennial in Vršac in 1998.

One of the selectors and curators of the 40th October Salon in Belgrade, 1999. Associate curator and author of the text selected by Marija Dragojlović, 42nd October Salon, 2001.

One of the selectors and curators of the 43rd October Salon, 2002. One of the selectors and curators of the 5th Youth Biennial in Vršac, 2002. From 2002 till 2004, worked as a curator of the fine arts collection of Josip Broz Tito at the Museum of the History of Yugoslavia.

Member of the Association of Fine Arts and Applied Arts of Serbia, Art History Section, since 2000. Member of the Yugoslav Section of AICA since 2001. Member of ICOM since 2005.

Rođen u Beogradu. Diplomirao na Odeljenju za istoriju umetnosti Filozofskog fakulteta u Beogradu 1995, na predmetu Istorija moderne umetnosti.

Trenutno zaposlen na istom Fakultetu kao asistent na predmetu Muzeologija i zaštita kulturnih dobara.

Tekstove iz oblasti istorije umetnosti i savremenih vizuelnih umetnosti objavljuje od 1995. godine. Od juna 1996. do septembra 1998. godine radio kao saradnik istraživač na Odeljenju za istoriju umetnosti Filozofskog fakulteta u projektu "Srpska umetnost XX veka".

Jedan od urednika i osnivača nove serije časopisa 3+4, Seminara za modernu umetnost Filozofskog fakulteta u Beogradu (od 1996).

Jedan od kustosa izložbe i urednik kataloga III Bijenala mladih u Vršcu 1998. Jedan od selektora i kustosa 40. Oktobarskog salona u Beogradu, 1999. Saradnik-kustos i pisac teksta u selekciji Marije Dragojlović, 42. Oktobarski salon, 2001.

Jedan od selektora i kustosa 43. Oktobarskog salona, 2002. Jedan od selektora i kustosa V Bijenala mladih u Vršcu 2002. Od 2002. do 2004. godine radio kao kustos likovne zbirke Josipa Broza Tita u Muzeju istorije Jugoslavije.

Član ULUPUDS-a, sekcija za istoriju umetnosti od 2000. Član jugoslovenske sekcije AICA od 2001. Član ICOM-a od 2005.