Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodić

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Novi Sad
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Partner(s)Dragan Vojvodić
  • Đorđe (father)
  • Nada (mother)

Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodić (Novi Sad) is a Serbian writer and researcher in culture.


Ljiljana was born in Novi Sad. She graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy in her hometown literature and is a member of the Serbian Literary Society and the Society of Writers of Vojvodina. He writes short stories, novel, travelogue, [essays], newspaper articles on contemporary visual art, as well as imagological research of other, mostly Scandinavian, cultures. With his mostly fictional narratives, he thematizes contemporary art, tradition and way of life in Iceland, Finland,Sweden, Greenland and Norway. She was educated and grew up in Novi Sad, in a family of educators, mother Nada (Maletin, born Mirjanin) was a teacher, father Đorđe (Maletin) was a long-term director of the elementary school. Sonja Marinković in Novi Sad, Secretary of the SIZ for Culture of the City of Novi Sad, Member of the Assembly of the SFRY.

She is married to a multimedia artist, Dragan Vojvodić, with whom she often collaborates in joint art projects.

Ljiljana publishes articles in magazines (Nova misao, Polja, Letopis Matica srpska, Interkulturalnost.[1], "Notebooks", "Belgrade Literary Gazette" and in daily newspapers Danas and online Književni portal Strane, Demolition of walls by art, PULSE [2], Supervisual [3]

As a writer, she has participated in international residency programs in Latvia | Latvia, Finland | Finland, Norway | Norway, Sweden | Sweden, Iceland Iceland and of Greenland u. For her work, she has been awarded prizes for contemporary short stories by Andra Gavrilović (2016) and Milutin Uskoković (2009), as well as scholarships at the Writers' House in Latvia, Ventspils and the Museum Upernavik in Greenland. Her book entitled "Norwegian story" (2013), realized with the support of the Norwegian Embassy in Serbia [4], is the result of several months of stay and research in the USF Verftet, in Bergen and refers to the study of Norwegian literature published in Serbia, as well as in the image of Norway in Serbian culture, starting from the Letters from Norway by Isidora Sekulić | Isidora Sekulić to the works of professor Ljubiša Rajić | Ljubiše Rajića.

Her first novel, "Icelandic Bedeker: Dwarves and Hyperborea", focuses on contemporary art and life in Reykjavik, Iceland, while the cultural bedeker entitled "Finland, the land of Kalevala, lakes and sauna [5] (which talks about the relationship between contemporary and traditional, about Finnish literature, visual arts, attitudes towards heritage and nature, education, Finnish "national being", etc. .), published in 2011 thanks to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland and the Finnish Embassy in Belgrade.

In Gothenburg in 2014, her first concept book - Gothenburg Art Book - was created, which is also available in pdf version. During 2014/15 season in Bergen, Ljiljana Maletin continues to work on conceptual art and creates a new art book called Instruction as writings, Soko Ono, Sophie Cal, Cindy Sherman, Tracy Emin and Marlene Dima.

At the invitation of the municipality of Rogaland and their cultural center, in 2015, Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodić is staying, as part of the retrospective exhibition of Frida Hansen, at the Art Museum in Stavanger, in the art residency program at the Frida Hansen House.

Thanks to the collaboration with the non-commercial publisher First edition, Ljiljana publishes a series of postcard art photographs taken in Sweden, Finland and Norway, and then a book of photographs entitled “Vanishing homes” (2016), the result of a residency program at a regional museum in western Finland called Erro Nelimarkka-museo.

In the same year, thanks to the support of the Norwegian literary agency Norla, he published an anthology of excerpts by Norwegian writers entitled “Norway from Bjernstorn to Knausgor” (Orion spirit, 2016). With the support of the Provincial Secretariat for Sports and Youth, within the student translation project and activities during the celebration of the 225th anniversary of Carlo


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