Darinka Pop-Mitić. Born, lives and works in Belgrade, Serbia; Attended University of Belgrade Faculty of Political Sciences before going to the Belgrade Art School. Winner of the October Salon in 2008 and 2009. Deals with history in fine arts. Part of the ad hoc artistic collective "The Joke and its relation to…" with Svebor Midžic, within which the following professions have been performed (you guess which by who): freelance artist, translator, dog-walking (in NYC, no less), kosher catering (real deal, Brooklyn Hasidic one), journalism (gossip page in defunct mob-related tabloid), artist's assistant, curator (of a small exhibition and unaccredited), editor, screenplay writer, street vendor…
Darinka Pop-Mitić is currently the editor-artist-in-chief of the Long Heavy Road fanzine.
Darinka Pop-Mitić and Nalan Yırtmaç were part of the Borderline Offensive
artistic residency in Belgrade, RS in 2018, within the CZKD - Centre for Cultural Decontamination's programme, and the first step in the creation of "The Long Heavy Road".
Photo by David Plakke