Very Short CV


Dejan Kršić (1961) is a graphic designer, writer and translator based in Zagreb, Croatia. Since 2000, he has collaborated as a member of the NGO for visual culture What, How & for Whom / WHW on contemporary art exhibitions and media projects such as “What, How and For Whom – On the Occasion of the 152nd Anniversary of the Communist Manifesto” (Zagreb 2000, Vienna 2001), “Broadcasting Project, Dedicated to Nikola Tesla” (Zagreb 2001/2002), “Collective Creativity” (Kunsthalle Fridericianum, Kassel 2005) and has co-created programs for Gallery Nova, Zagreb.

He has worked for various magazines and newspapers (Polet, Studentski list, Quorum, Svijet, Start, Mladina, Moment, Danas…, Frakcija, Zarez…) as a journalist, editor and/or graphic designer. In the 90s, Kršić was one of the founders and later the editor-in-chief of Arkzin, an independent bi-weekly newspaper/magazine, as well as of Arkzin’s book publishing project.

He currently teaches Graphic Design at the Department of Visual Communications at UMAS, Split, Croatia.

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