Nikola Krstović holds a PhD in Museology and Heritage studies. After 12 years in the field, and having achieved the highest curatorial rank in the Republic of Serbia of Museum Advisor, in 2017 he was elected Curator of the Year by The International Council of Museums (ICOM) Serbia. His practice includes professional exchanges with some of the most relevant museums in the world, including the Louvre, Centre Georges Pompidou, the National Gallery in Washington, the Los Angeles County Museum of art (LACMA), the Los Angeles Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) and the Museé de Cluny in Paris. In 2017 he was awarded research grants by the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation and Archaeological Open-Air Museums and Experimental Archaeology (EXARC) in the United States, and the Thesaurus Poloniae – the International cultural center in Krakow. He is the author and co-author of several exhibitions and catalogues as well professional and scientific papers, and has served as a presenter and lecturer at numerous international conferences in the United States and Europe, including the University of Sorbonne, Roehampton and Westminster University in London, the Faculties of Philosophy in Ljubljana and Belgrade. He is an active research associate at the Center for Museology and Heritology at the University of Belgrade, a member of ICOM, board member of Europa Nostra Serbia, the Association of European Open Air Museums (AEOM) and the Program Council of the Museum of Yugoslavia.
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