Predrag Pajdić is a London based artist, curator and writer on contemporary art and culture. In 2010 and 2011 he was the Artistic Co-Director of the International Festival of Contemporary Arts – City of Women. He holds an MA in History of Art from the Courtauld Institute of Art and a BA in Fashion Design from Central St Martins, London. A selection of his curatorial projects include: The Oracle, We*Do Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand, 2012; Lingering Whispers, Crypt of St Pancras Church, London, 2012; Dogma, HDLU, Zagreb, Croatia, 2009; Unbound, Contemporary Art Platform, London, 2007; Crimes & Splendours, Ron Mandos Gallery, Amsterdam, 2007; Recognise, Contemporary Art Platform, London, 2007; This Day, Tate Modern, London, 2007; Undo, Dazed Gallery, London, 2007; Paranoia, Freud Museum, London, Leeds City Art Gallery, 2006/07. The contributions about his work have been published in a number of major international magazines and publications, such as Artforum, Art Monthly, Harpers Bazaar, Domus, Time Out, The Guardian, The Independent and Museums Journal.
His work has been shown in more than 200 international exhibitions, including Victoria & Albert Museum London, The National Academy of Sciences Washington DC, Exit Art New York, Selfridges London, Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade, Boimans Van Beuningen Museum Rotterdam, Wellcome Trust London, and can be found in the museum (The British Museum London, Metropolitan Museum of Art New York, Musee De La Mode Paris, Victoria & Albert Museum London) as well as in numerous private collections.