Hasselblad Foundation, Gothenburg, Sweden
Dragana Vujanovic is Photography Curator at The Hasselblad Foundation in Gothenburg, Sweden. The Foundation was established in 1979 in accordance with the testament of Erna and Victor Hasselblad. The main aim of the Foundation is to promote research and academic teaching in photography and the natural sciences. This is achieved through the awarding of one of the most renowned international awards in photography, The Hasselblad Award, as well as scholarships in photography and donations and grants for scientific research. The Hasselblad Foundation presents five exhibitions per year at the Hasselblad Center in Gothenburg. The exhibition program spans from established to emerging photographers. At the core of the Hasselblad Foundation is a large collection of photography mainly containing works by Hasselblad Award Winners and Nordic photographers.
Dragana Vujanovic holds a Bachelor of Art in History of Art from Södertörn University in Sweden, where she majored in contemporary photography and art. Her graduation thesis, “A woman’s pictures of men” was the subject of the reception of the work of Swedish photography artist Maria Friberg. In addition to her work at the Foundation Ms. Vujanovic is a freelance writer and art critic and has been invited to be a portfolio reviewer at The School of Photography at The University of Gothenburg and at the Swedish Photographer’s Association.
As a portfolio reviewer Ms. Vujanovic offers professional guidance and development within the broad field of art and documentary photography. She is interested in viewing works from younger as well as established photographers. She welcomes bodies of work that are completed or in progress. Areas that Ms. Vujanovic would prefer not to review are nature photography and fashion photography.