Damir Radović (b.1976) is Bosnian-French artiste, based in Paris.
He spent his youth in Sarajevo, where he lived before the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Damir Radović’s work draws from those fluctuating patterns that make up identity and memory, often involving graphic symbols, places references and maps, fragments from popular culture and mysterious messages. It develops a work of drawing, video and installation using codes, patterns in the collective consciousness, he turns to recreate a new world history and globalization.
Graduated in 2000 of the Art School of Fine Arts in Valence (Fr), he continued his research at the National Art Scool of Fine Arts in Lyon (Post-Diplôme in 2005/2006).Radović regularly exhibited his work in France and abroad, including shows at: Santader, Spain (2017) Solyanka VPA, Moscow (2017) Exibit, Torino (2015) Kunsthaus Kollitch, Klagenfurt (2015) Memory Lane, Paris (2014) Zoom Sarajevo, Munich (2014) BCC, Brussels (2013) POCTB, Orléans (2013) Freises Museum, Berlin (2012) Lepsien Art Foundation, Düsseldorf/Abu Dhabi (2012) NGBK, Berlin (2011) Ostrale, Dresden (2010) Magasin, Centre National d’Art Contemporain, Grenoble (2009) Hiroshima Art Project, Hiroshima (2008) Museum of Fine Arts and Archaeology, Valence (2008) Busan International Vidéo Festival, South Korea (2007) Kunstverein Tiergarten, Berlin (2006) Museum of Contemporary Art, Lyon (2005) Biennal of Young Artists of Europe and Mediterranean, Athens (2003). He also made some solo exhibitions at: CAC Vénissieux (2017) Krupic Kersting Galerie // kuk, Cologne (2011-12-14-16) Duplex100m2, Sarajevo (2007-2014) CAC Espace Vallès, Grenoble (2013) L’Attrape Couleur, Lyon (2012) Galerie de l’Insa, Lyon (2010). In 2014-15 Radović participated in art residency at Villa Waldberta, Munich and La Cité des Arts, Paris.