Darko Stojkov (Serbia)

Darko Stojkov

Born in 1979, Yugoslavia. Finished Fine art Academy in Belgrade department of painting in 2005.

Graduated in the class of professor Jovan Sivacki and also finished specialization on same academy 2007.

2008 part of Serbian art society (ULUS) and free Artist.

Founder of ART GROUP G&H.

Took part in:

Enky Odyssey 2007. Timisoar, Vienna, Belgrade, Budapest, Bratislava…

project “guns and heads” in 2007 with to artists from Serbia.

project Belgrade calendar in 2006 and 2007, with young artist.

project Mural global 2007, S.K.C.(student cultural center), Belgrade.

project with Norway group Verdenstarteatre in performance called “Kosava” in CZKD 2003, Belgrade.

Art workshop in Pancevu 2004, organized by Belgrade university of art ( group for photography was lead by professor Bratislava Karanovic)


2009 Exhibition of paintigs and drawings, Sex releted internet serch results, Odzaci, Serbia.

2008. Exhibition dedicated to Smith & Wesson, with Ivan Jovanovic in American corner in Nis, Serbia.

Exhibition of paintings “Bavim se sobom” in Modern art gallery Pancevo, gallery courtyard, Pancevo, Serbia.

Exhibition dedicated to Samuel Colt with Ivan Jovanovic in American corner Novi Sad, Serbia.

2007. Exhibition of drawings, with group”G&H” in gallery “Crvena komuna”,

Petrovac, Montenegro.

Exhibition of drawings, with group”G&H” 2050 gallery Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Exhibition of drawings:”Heads” in gallery “ Vicentije Rakic” Paracin.

2005. Exhibition of paintings, gallery ‘MELINA’ Drama, Greece.

Exhibition of drawings, 2050 gallery Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Group exhibitions:
2009. Biennale of Young Artists from Europe and the Mediterranean XIV, September 2009

Skopje, Macedobia.

GUN ENTER HEAD DELETE, group exhibition Belgrade, Serbia.

Workshop TERRA, Kikinda, Serbia.

2008 “HOW TO DESTROY A GALLERY “puppetsmasters collective .luidgi-minimum and laVitrine with son:DA

2007. Mural global, S.K.C.(student cultural center)

2005. Film festival Videomadeja. With short film “no anima..” Novi Sad.