BSBSA hosts the first intervention created by Serbian artist Jana Danilović in Bucharest

2024 BSBSA JANA (Republic of Serbia) in Bucharest

The BSBSA project hosts the first art intervention in the series, created by Serbian artist Jana Danilović in Bucharest, Romania. Street art enthusiasts are invited to join several key events: a workshop and an artist talk held by Jana, as well as a presentation on digitisation processes in street art by Liljana Radošević.

The BSBSA (Belgrade Sofia Bucharest Street Art) project proudly announces its inaugural art intervention, featuring the Serbian artist Jana Danilović, taking place in Bucharest, Romania. This marks the first in a series of transformative street art initiatives aimed at reshaping public spaces through creative expression and community engagement.

The design I propose to Bucharest is basically a reference to Romanian street art as far as the colour is concerned, and as far as the idea and motifs are concerned. I used some of my favorites, sparrow birds and bicycle riders. So, as it turns out, the tour between Serbia, Romania and Bulgaria begins with my mural in Bucharest. Which is really exciting, as far as I’m concerned, because Romania has really exciting, strong, really diverse street art scene and it’s really going to be an honour actually to go and paint mural in Bucharest. My work that is about to happen there refers to local scene, with colors, because what strikes me the most about some really awesome Romanian muralists and street artist, is the way they use color. A far bolder and more exciting way than I usually do, so this was a challenging but really fun task so far and I’m really looking forward to it. 

“As far as the project is concerned, I’m also really excited about the idea of rethinking and revitalising certain public spaces through the usage of mural and through the usage of art in public space, in general.” 

Jana Danilović

See the whole interview with Jana here

Jana Danilović, celebrated for her vibrant and evocative murals, will not only paint her first mural in Bucharest, in Iancului area, but will also lead a workshop and an artist talk for street art enthusiasts. These interactive sessions provide a unique opportunity for participants to delve into her artistic vision and techniques, gaining firsthand insights from one of Serbia’s most prominent street artists.

Following Jana’s artist talk, Liljana Radošević, researcher and member of the Citizen Association “Kruna,”, a part of the BSBSA project consortium, will present digitisation processes in street art and showcase exceptional VR exhibitions produced in previous Kruna projects. This presentation is part of our ongoing collaboration with the Citizen Association “Kruna” and is included in the official Romanian Street Art program. We are thrilled to have Liljana contribute her expertise to this year’s program, enriching our understanding of the intersection between street art and digital innovation.

Join us in Bucharest to witness the creation of this stunning mural, participate in an inspiring workshop, and learn about cutting-edge advancements in street art from Liljana Radošević. Don’t miss this chance to engage with the art and the artists, and to be part of a project that celebrates cultural exchange and artistic collaboration.


Workshop with Jana Danilović  – Sunday, June 16, 18:00 – 22:00

Mural painting by Jana Danilović – Monday, June 17 – Friday, June 21

Artist talk with Jana Danilović – Saturday, June 22, 20:00 – 21:00

Digitisation processes in street art / presentation by Liljana Radošević (Kruna) – Saturday, June 22, 21:00 – 22:00

Register for one or more events, here:

The seats are free and limited.

About Jana Danilović

Jana (Andrijana) Danilović, born in Užice (1989). She received her Bachelor and Master degree at the Department of Applied Arts and Design at Faculty of Philology and Arts in Kragujevac in 2013. She received her DA degree, after presenting and defending her doctoral research City and a Painting – The Role and Importance of Painting in Public Space at Belgrade’s Faculty of Applied Arts in 2018. Focus of her interests and practice is on various aspects of the concept of public, through artistic production, theoretical research and articles in media. Her work was on display on thirteen solo exhibitions in gallery spaces in the Balkan region and she is the author of several murals and interventions in public space in Serbia, Croatia, Belgium, France, Monte Negro, Greece and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

She lives and works in Belgrade as an independent artist, as well as co-running the Objekat 505 studio in Belgrade.

About Liljana Radošević

Liljana Radošević is an art historian that is currently finishing her PhD thesis under the title Understanding Street Art; Street art in the European Context. In the research process related to the thesis, she conducted research in Barcelona, London, Berlin and Paris, where she interviewed more than fifty interviewees who were involved in various ways in contemporary European street art. She started following graffiti in Belgrade as an art history student and in the 2000s she decided it was going to be a topic of her master thesis. She was one of the crew members of the first documentary about Belgrade graffiti and has been active in researching, documenting and promoting graffiti and street art ever since. While preparing for PhD thesis defense, she is conducting research about the present state of Belgrade graffiti and street art scene that is financed from the commercial educational tours via Street Art Walks Belgrade project. She is a published author and a coordinator of the Graffiti and Street Art Research Network, an informal group of graffiti and street art researchers. She is a licenced tourist guide for Serbia.

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The Small Scale Cooperation Creative Europe project 101131802 – BSBSA is co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union, under the Call for proposals CREA-CULT-2023-COOP.

The project consortium partners are Udruzenje Gradjana Kruna from Republic of Serbia, Mnogo Deinosti Enterprice from Bulgaria, and project coordinator is Save or Cancel production SRL from Romania.

Partners: Biblioteca Metropolitană BucureștiLenteRomexpo

Media partners: Igloo, IQads, I Support Street Art, La pas prin Brașov, Litera 9,, Munteanu, PRwave, Revista Atelierul, Revista Golan, The Institute, Zeppelin, Ziarul Pozitiv

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