Isidora Branković, born on October 1, 1999, in Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina, is where she creates, lives, and works. She graduated in Intermedia Art at the Academy of Arts, University of Banja Luka.

She expresses herself through performance, video art, photography, painting, and installation. Through art, she questions moral boundaries. She believes that what defines her work is rawness, taboos, and a high libido. In her creative process, she starts from the marginalized groups of society, which she considers the most sincere and broadest field of exploration. The scent of fresh meat and the suppression of elitism. She aims to break down the boundary between the audience and art, exploring social boundaries—hers, yours, and ours. Through irony, she depicts the state of consciousness in contemporary society and dogma in general. Her exploration of different characters and states of consciousness carries a touch of spirituality and strong individualism.

In addition to her artistic engagement, she actively works in the field of artistic production, organizing and developing the scene for the young generation of contemporary artists in Bosnia and Herzegovina through the work of Vagon Gallery and Art Klub Prostor. In 2022, she founded Vagon Gallery. The idea of establishing a gallery arose from the intense need for gallery space and professional collaboration between galleries and artists. Vagon is a gallery that showcases, promotes, affirms, and sells the works of young artists engaged in contemporary art. The primary function of Vagon Gallery is to popularize contemporary art in a wider and expert audience in a regional context, connecting and promoting artists' works on a regional and international stage. Additionally, through exhibitions and public presentations, they actively work on creating a local art scene and developing an awareness of contemporary art among collectors.



‘’Can you see yourself between lips’’ Musium of Contemporary Art Vojvodina, Cur. Miroslav Karić and Nebojša Milenković


‘’Everybody out there all free’’ Heritage House, Novi Sad (Serbia) Cur. Jovana Trifuljsko and Dušica Đekanović

Triptych ‘’Everybody out there all free’’ Bus line 14, Under the bridge in Česma (Medeno polje), Vagon Gallery, Banja Luka (BiH)
Cur. Jovana Trifuljesko

‘’Can you see yourself between lips’’ Vagon Gallery,  Banja Luka (BiH)

‘’Sometimes they call me a chick’’ Vagon Gallery, Banja Luka (BiH)


‘’Without bread there is no picture’’ Basoc, Banja Luka (BiH)

‘’Sometimes they call me a chick’’ BL Art Festival, Banja Luka (BiH)

‘’7000 + 1’’ Museum of Contemporary Art of the Republica of Srpska, Banja Luka (BiH)



‘’Lizard’s tail’’ Vagon Gallery, Banja Luka (BiH)


‘’Cry of the day-players’’ Vagon Gallery, Banja Luka (BiH)


“An effort is in vain to you, illusionists” Academy of Fine Arts University of Banja Luka (BiH)


‘’Color in People’’ Culture Center ‘’Banski dvor’’, Banja Luka (BiH) Cur. Miodrag Manojlović and Renato Rakić



‘’Attitudes and Forms 02’’ Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina, Novi Sad (Serbia) Cur. Miroslav Karić and Nebojša Milenković


‘’Interakcije’’ Heritage House, Belgrade (Serbia) Cur. Dušica Đekanović

‘’Interakcije’’ Cultur Center Kamena kuća, Banja Luka (BiH) Cur. Dušica Đekanović

"Should I Stay or Shoul I Go?", public space of Novi Sad, (Serbia) 


‘’ International Mediterranean friendship exhibition’’ Fatih Sultan Mehmet Vakif, Istambul (Turkiye)

‘’New Year’s exhibition’’ Gallery PLUS, Banja Luka (BiH)


‘’Women’s room’’ Museum of Contemporary Art of the RS, Banja Luka (BiH)

‘’It can be different’’ Lonac Hub Banja Luka (BiH)


‘’Youth Association’’ Youth Culture Center, Banja Luka (BiH)


‘’Inova’’ Zagreb (Croatia)

‘’Tesla Fest’’ Novi Sad (Serbia)