Milan Milojevic is a highly acclaimed Australian printmaker. His heritage of Yugoslavian culture combined with Australian flora and fauna created a visual language where imagery was drawn from many references. Technically he is acclaimed for bringing recognition of digital media to a high artistic and academic level through combination of traditional etching and modern techniques, multilayered printing and the use of his own mixed colours.

As Head of Printmaking and further as Senior Lecturer Printmaking at UTAS for over 24 years he has had a major influence in the development, profile and growth of outstanding printmaking in Australia. Highly awarded in numerous national print awards including Hutchins, Freemantle and Mornington National Works on Paper, Milan is represented in National Gallery of Australia, all major public art and library collections in Australia and numerous private collections here and abroad.
Art Guide Australia, 2019
Review 'Milan Milojevic’s hybrid practice'
born 1954 Hobart , Tasmania
lives and works Hobart

Education And Travel

1988-2012 Senior Lecturer Printmaking, Art School, University of Tasmania
1986-88 Head Printmaking Studio, Art School, University of Tasmania
1979-86 Lecturer Art School, University of Tasmania
1977-78 Master Printer, Landfall Press, Chicago , USA
1976 BA (Visual Arts) Tasmanian School of Art
Tasmanian College of Advanced Education, Hobart Printmaking

Solo Exhibitions

2021 Terra Incognita: A duck-billed what? Solo commission Devonport Regional Gallery (Ten Days on the Island)
The Land that never was… James Makin Gallery, Melbourne.Vic.
The Land That Never Was Colville Gallery, Hobart
2020 Forest Obscura, Leigh Hobba, Jennifer Marshall, Milan Milojevic, Yvonne Rees-Pagh Burnie Art Gallery
The Land That Never Was, Colville Gallery
2019 Flow Colville Gallery, Hobart
2018 Terra Incognita Colville Gallery, Hobart
2017 A Room Of Wonders Colville Gallery, Hobart
2014 Nocturnal Cravings Colville Gallery, Hobart
2012 A World Between Plimsol Gallery, Hobart
2011 Islandia Colville Gallery, Hobart
2009 Outside In Colville Gallery, Hobart
From the Cabinet of Dr Moreau. James Makin Gallery, Melbourne
2007 Terra Nocturne & Recent Works Colville Gallery, Hobart 
Mapping the Impossible James Makin Gallery, Melbourne
2006 Between Two Worlds, Milan Milojevic, Olga Sankey , SA School of Art Gallery, Uni SA, Adelaide
2005 Imaginary Worlds Port Jackson Press, Melbourne
2003 Two Worlds-Digital/woodcut prints 2001-3 Grahame Galleries, Brisbane
2002 Two Worlds – Digital Prints 200-2 Peacock Art Space, Aberdeen , Scotland
Intervention 6 – Index of Possibilities , Milan Milojevic TMAG, Hobart
2000 Index of Possibilities Grahame Galleries, Brisbane

Selected Group Exhibitions

2010 Something in the Water – New Works by Tasmanian Printmakers Port Jackson Press, Melb
Seeing Double Plimsoll Gallery, UTAS Hobart
2004 Surface Tension: 21 Australian Contemporary Printmakers , New York Society of Etchers Inc, New York , USA
2002 IV International Digital Art Exhibition and Colloquim Havana , Cuba
2001 Artist's Books Edinburgh Printmakers, Edinburgh , Scotland
2000 Moving Cities:Works by Australian Artists in Berlin 2000 , Australian Embassy Berlin , Germany
Frankfurt Triennial of Decorative Arts Frankfurt Museum , Frankfurt , Germany
2020 Tidal Art Prize Devonport Art Gallery Finalist
Forest Obscura, ( Hobba, Marshall, Milojevic, Rees-Pagh), Burnie Art Gallery. Tas
20 [2020},Tacit Galleries, Melbourne.Vic.
2019 Between the Moon and the Stars, Museum and Art Gallery Northern Territory. Darwin. NT
Undercurrents : Artist and the Collection, Queen Victoria Art Gallery, Launceston. Tas.
Dark Horse: Wild Beasts and Curious Creatures, Art Gallery of Ballarat. Vic.
2018 W B Gould Meets Milan Milojevic Colville Gallery, Hobart
Hadley’s Art Prize Finalist
2017 Repetition, Reproduction And The Mark Of The Artist, Manly Art Gallery & Museum, NSW
Push, Pull, Press Moonah Arts Centre
Annual Artists Show Coville Gallery, Hobart
2015 Annual Artists Show, Coville Gallery, Hobart
2014 Annual Artists Show, Coville Gallery, Hobart
2013 Domain: A Contested Landscape, Hobart
Annual Artists Show, Coville Gallery, Hobart
2009 Hutchins Prize Works on Paper, Hobart Winner
2008 Cast Members Exhibition, CAST, Hobart
3rd Aniversary Exhibition, Colville Gallery, Hobart
2007 Printmaking in Tasmania Handmark Gallery
Alice at the Allport Allport Museum, State Library, Hobart 
(10 Days on the Island 2007)
Port Arthur Project Port Arthur, Tasmania
(10 Days on the Island 2007)
2006 The artist/the printmaker Australian Art Resources, Melbourne
Proof: Australian Contemporary Printmaking K Grant Curator The Ian Potter Centre, NGV Australia
2005 Freemantle Print Award Freemantle , WA
The Tower of Babel Carnegie Gallery, Hobart
Hutchins Art Prize Long Gallery, Hobart
2004 The Tower of Babel Gallery 101, Melbourne
From a constructed Tasmanian World Port Jackson Press, Melbourne
Freemantle Print Award Freemantle Arts Centre, WA
Families and Fictions; Works From the CollectionQueensland Art Gallery, Brisbane
2003 Haven Long Gallery, Hobart ; Craft Victoria, Melbourne
2001 Freemantle Print Award Freemantle Arts Centre, WA
Hutchins Art Prize Long Gallery, Hobart
2000 2000 National Works on Paper Mornington Peninsular Regional Gallery, Vic
Freemantle Print Award Freemantle Arts Centre, WA
Hutchins Art Prize Long Gallery, Hobart


2020 Tidal Art Prize Devonport Art Gallery Finalist
2019 Lloyd Rees Art Prize, Colville Gallery, Hobart Finalist
Bay of Fires Art Award Finalist
2018 Hadley’s Art Prize Finalist
2009 Hutchins Art Award Winner
2005 Hutchins Art Award - Award
2004 New Work Grant , Australia Council
Freemantle Print Award – Highly Comended
2003 IRGS UTAS Research Grant
2001 Hutchins Art Prize – Judges Selection
2000 Freemantle Print Award – Highly Commended
Hutchins Art Prize – Judges Selection, Purchase


Andersch, J Imagination Unbound The Mercury 14 April, 2007
Makin,J Proof of New Vitality , Proof: Contemporary Australian Printmaking Herald Sun December 18, 2006
Grant, K (Curator) Proof: Australian Contemporary PrintmakingCatalogue The Ian Potter Centre, NGV Australia December 2006 - April 2007


Artbank, Sydney
Art Gallery Ballarat
Art Gallery of South Australia
Brisbane City Hall Art Gallery
Bureau of Artistic Exhibitions, Lodz,Poland
Burnie Art Gallery, Tasmania
Dundee Printmakers Workshop, Dundee, Scotland
Gladstone Regional Art Gallery and Museum, Queensland
Island Collection 2009- 2019, Hobart
Ipswich Regional Gallery
James Hardie Collection, State Library of Queensland, Brisbane
Launceston Community College, Tasmania
Maatsuyker Collection 2009-2019, Hobart
Mackay City Library
Montrose Academy, Montrose, Scotland
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
New Parliament House, Canberra
Perc Tucker Regional Gallery, Townsville
State Library of NSW
State Library of Queensland, Brisbane
Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, Launceston
Queensland Art Gallery
Queensland University Institute of Technology
RACV Collection of Contemporary Art 
Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Hobart
Trust Bank, Hobart
Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery, Toowoomba
University of Southern Queensland
Warrnambool Art Gallery, Warrnambool
Western Australian Institute of Technology, Perth
University of Tasmania
Museum and Art Gallery Northern Territory. Darwin. NT
Art Gallery of Ballarat. Vic.
My initial reaction to this new body of work (32 panels) is of Jorge Luis Borges exploring the steaming tropical jungles of the unconscious mind. I intuit that within this exquisite journey through a 24 hour cycle lies the soul of the artist – the creatures formed from Borges’ “Book of Imaginary Beings” going about their lives in a mountainous forested landscape created from engraving marks made by long dead artists as though their bodies had nourished the fecund environment.
Like the master printer that he is Milan has scoured the world for years to assemble a matrix of marks that epitomise the rigour of this painstakingly beautiful medium of the 18 th and 19 th centuries where each part of an image had its own special mark (series of lines/shapes). He has then reassembled them into his own unique forms to create mountains, trees, clouds, etc., which provide a solid foundation on which to construct his world.
Each 44 x 30cm image is of a size that allows intimate inspection and the tree motif provides a link for the eye to flow seamlessly through this, “day in the life of” his jungle. In my extremely humble opinion this is his best body of work to date.
- Imprint Magazine