Katarina Rasic is an artist and art teacher from Belgrade, Serbia, working and living in Mumbai. Through traveling and experiencing new places, her art is constantly changing and developing new levels, exploring different ways of expression, through painting, installation and performance work. Working as part of IB world school teachers, Rasic is constantly implementing her artistic experience in her teaching practice, trying to widen experience of her students. She graduated with a Masters in painting at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade, and
she has been awarded a stipend for Young Talents of the Republic of Serbia.
Rasic is a member of the Association of Fine Artists of Serbia.
She has exhibited in many solo and group exhibitions in Serbia and abroad. She was working on the project, Art Adda together with Jeetin Rangher, performance art intervention in ruined buildings and spaces in Bangalore, supported by The Indian Foundation for Art through a project 560 in 2014. In 2015, she started Dream Box, an ongoing performance art series in Sri Lanka, and then continued in Belgrade. In 2016 Katarina was part of Colombo Art Biennale at Sri Lanka. Currently, she is working on a project, Melting Pot – a traveling exhibition of 4 women artists, showed in Kochi, Bangalore, Mumbai, Belgrade and London. Rasic is actively collaborating with Mumbai based art organisation Art Oxygen, from beginning of 2017, and
together they worked on projects like Mumbai Conversations (April), Monsoon in a bottle (September) and upcoming 3-month public art festival Encounters (October-December).
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