Bogdan Pavlovic was born in 1969 in Belgrade. He graduated from the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux Arts (ENSBA) in Paris in 1997. He works in Paris at La Ruche, historical artistic site.

Pavlovic is a multidisciplinary artist who, in addition to drawing, painting and collage, is also involved in photography, video animation and ambient installation. The experimental aspect in Pavlovic’s work is omnipresent. Through his creations, in an expressive and simple manner, Bogdan Pavlovic makes the connection between the universal and the personal, the documentary and the imaginary.

His works make part part of the following public collections: Lefranc & Bourgeois, Watches Rado France, Zepter Museum, Opel France, Aéroports de Paris, Museum of Contemporary Art in Belgrade, Museum of the City of Belgrade.

He produced the monumental drawing “Between”, in collaboration with Studio Van Rijn for the Hyatt Regency Etoile hotel in Paris, in 2018. In 2003, he and his brother, Miško Pavlovic, worked on an exhibition project dedicated to the 100th anniversary of world aviation in the Yugoslav Aviation Museum. He designed the poster for Emir Kusturica’s film “Super 8 Stories” in 2001. In 1994, he painted the model of the OPEL “Tigra” for Salon d’Automobiles in Paris.

Solo Exhibitions (selection)
House of King Peter I – Belgrade, Ozon Gallery – Belgrade, Fondation Atelier de Sèvres – Paris , Villa St-Cyr – Paris, Zepter Foundation Gallery – Berlgrade, ART Gallery Orly Sud – Paris, Center of fine Arts Albert Chanot – Clamart, Haos Gallery – Belgrade, Florence Touber Gallery Paris, Villa di Bivigliano – Florence

Group show (selection)
Fondation La Ruche Seydoux – Alfred Boucher Art Space – Paris, National Car Museum, MAUTO – Torino, Paratissima fair – Torino, Contemporary Art Center 6b – St Denis, Chapelle Saint Sauveur, Issy les Moulineaux, Musée de la Carte à Jouer Issy les Moulineaux, Center for Contemporary Art “La Platforme“ – Paris, Bourse de Commerce de Paris, Orangerie du Sénat – Paris, Karlskrona Kunsthall – Sweden, Coprim Fondation – Paris.

Huré-Bastendorf Prize/Institut de France/Academie Française 2013, Artistes du monde Prize/CROUS Paris 1997, Third prize “ Antoine Marin ”/Paris 1997, Special prize Color Trophy/Lefranc & Bourgeois 1997, Prize for painting Watch Company Rado-France 1994