Neva Lukić holds a Master’s degree in Art History and Archeology from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb and a Theory of Modern and Contemporary Art from the University of Leiden in the Netherlands. She is active as a curator, art critic, writer and leader of literary performance workshops, mostly in Croatia and the Netherlands. She has professionally collaborated with various institutions, non-profit associations, galleries and collections (HDLU, HULU, MLU, MMSU, Gallery 90-60-90, Domino, Waag Society / Amsterdam, Arti et Amicitiae/Amsterdam, See Lab/Den Haag, Orsula d.o.o for processing and managing art collections and archives, etc.) She regularly writes for Art magazine Kontura. She has participated in various programs and residencies, and some of the more recent ones include Het Wilde Weten/Rotterdam/2018, What Could Should Curating Do/Belgrade/2018 (Mondrian Fund stipend), The Autumn School of Curating/Cluj/Timisoara/ 2019, 9th Cei Venice forum for contemporary art curators/Venice/2019, etc. In addition, she is active as a writer and has published several poetry and short story collections, a picture book for children and as a co-author she collaborated on a short film. She is a member of AICA, ULUPUH and HDP and has participated in several film and literary festivals.