Miloš Vujanović, visual artist, born 06.05.1965. in Podgorica, Montenegro. Graduated 1991, on the Academy of Fine Arts in Novi Sad, in the class of Professor Vladimir Tomić. Won a Master's degree in the class of Professor Miodrag Nagorni on the subject "Symbols and noncausal dimensions" (2000). He won several awards for art work, illustrations, and pedagogical work. Is a member of the Association of Artists in Serbia (ULUS) and Union of the Associations of Artists in Vojvodina (SULUV) since 1995.
He started exhibiting in 1989, and since then has exhibited at one hundred collective and individual exhibitions at home and abroad. He experimented in various disciplines of the visual arts. He founded art group Art Circus in 1995, and worked with it until 2001, after which he continues his independent artistic activity. He has collaborated with art groups Led Art, Croporaton, Urban District 16_11.
In 2002 started working at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad as an assistant professor of drawing. Since 2006 has a working status of assistant professor and since 2010 status of associate professor. Works part - time since 2011 at the Faculty of Technical Sciences in Novi Sad.
He published a collection of short stories titled Ignorance (1996) in the journal of literature Čas; Opis, where illustrated for the first time.
Since 2009 till 2013 illustrates the five-volume series Serbian mythology published by "Orfelin izdavaštvo”, Novi Sad.
During 2012 and 2013 he published two textbooks for "FTN izdavaštvo", Novi Sad.
Participated in making of several short films, video works and animations.
Movies and video works
Horor Vacua, movie directed by Zoran Ilić, 1994.
Turn Around, video work with Art Circus group, 2001.
Croporation, short movie directed by Dragan Živančević, 2002.
Perpetualmotion, short movie directed by Dragan Živančević, 2002.
Alea Iacta Est, computer animated movie, authors Ratko Obradović, Miloš Vujanović, Božidar Knežević, Ivica Nikolić, Nenad Kuzmanović, New Silhouette Studio, 2012.
Academy of arts’ annual painting award, Novi Sad, 1990.
Sremski Karlovci youth salon award, Sremski Karlovci, 1995.
Executive council of Autonomous province of Vojvodina award for the results achieved working with the gifted children, Novi Sad, 1999.
Belgrade book show award: The best children’s book for Prognana bića – Srpska mitologija, Beograd, 2010.
The Association of Applied Arts Artists and Designers of Serbia (ULUPUDS) award: Best illustrated book, for Buntovnici – Srpska mitologija, Belgrade, 2011.
The Association of Applied Arts Artists and Designers of Serbia (ULUPUDS) award for illustrations in the book O biljkama, životinjama i predelima, Beolgrade, 2012.