Branko Miliskovic [Бранко Милисковић] was born in 1982 in Belgrade/Serbia. Born in Former Yugoslavia he was the last generation of Marshall Tito’s Pioneers. In 1989 Yugoslavia broke up and he has started his primary school passing through the period of isolation, embargo, inflation and devastation of his country. After having completed the secondary school for Architecture, Miliskovic studied Polytechnic High School (Industrial Design) and Faculty of Fine Arts, class of Mrdjan Bajic, department of Sculpture in Belgrade/Serbia. In 2007 he has received the Dutch scholarship HSP Huygens and continued his Bachelor at the Royal Academy of Arts in The Hague/The Netherlands and obtained his degree in 2009. Miliskovic has earned his Master degree from Hochschule für Bildende Künste, Hamburg, class of Jeanne Faust (2012).
His work have been shown internationally such as at Reims Scenes d’Europe 2015 at La Comedie de Reims, Galerie Metropolis, Paris 2014, CSW/CoCA, Torun, G12 HUB, Belgrade, solo productions at Kampnagel, Hamburg, Les Halles, Brussels 2011-2014, Zeitraumexit, Mannheim 2013 etc. Miliskovic currently lives and works between Germany, France and Serbia and was mainly represented by Les Halles (Brussels) and Kampnagel (Hamburg). He was also performing and exhibiting in Venice, Turin, Alba (Italy), Hamburg, Berlin, Gießen, Baden-Baden (Germany), Brussels (Belgium), Paris, Marseille, Reims (France), Krems (Austria), Belgrade (Serbia), Tel Aviv (Israel), Moscow (Russia), Piotrkow Trybunalski, Torun, Lublin (Poland), Turku, Helsinki (Finland), Trondheim (Norway), The Hague, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Utrecht, Eindhoven, Haarlem, Arnhem, Den Bosch (The Netherlands) New York, Chicago (USA).