Jana Stojaković is a Serbian artist based in Begrade who works in various media – painting, drawing/collage, installation, action, photography, video and 2D animation. Her artwork is conceptual and engaging and mostly surreal in style. Through her art, Jana with personal problems but also addresses social issues, including racial, class or gender injustices, exploitation of humans and animals, crises, wars and the problems of ecology and genetic engineering.

Currently a D.F.A. student at Faculty of Fine Art, University of The Arts, Belgrade, Serbia, Jana earned a Master in Fine Art under the instruction o Brian Chalkley at Chelsea College of Art & Design, University of Arts, London, in 2009. From the same college, she received a Postgraduate Diploma in Fine Art in 2008. Before this, Jana earned a degree in painting under Professor Čedomir Vasić from Faculty of Fine Art, University of The Arts, Belgrade, Serbia, in 2006. The same year, she received a diploma of Gender studies from Faculty of Political Sciences, Belgrade University. Jana received a Scholarship of Government from the Fund for young talents of the Serbian Republic for the year 2005-2006 and Scholarship from the Ministry for Education and Sport for 2004-2005.

Jana has exhibited in more than forty exhibitions in Serbia and abroad (Italy, Spain, Great Britain, Greece, Germany, Macedonia, Croatia). She also curated three group exhibitions in Serbia and is a member of ULUS (Society of Serbian Fine Artists).