Miroljub Todorovic (1940–) is a founder and theoretician of Signalism, a Serbian neo-avant-guard artistic movement. His poetry, essays and inermedia works had been published in several languages. He had twelve solo exhibitions and participated in more than six hundred collective international exhibitions. His work was published in numerous anthologies, chronicles, catalogues, reviews and magazines in Europe, USA, Canada, Mexico, Uruguay, Brazil, New Caledonia, Japan and Australia.
The most important awards and recognitions of Miroljub Todorovic:
- "Vuk Award" for exceptional contribution in Serbian and pan Serbian cultural space in 2005,
- "Vuk Legacy"Award for art, for poetry book "Blue Wind" in 2007,
- "Krleža Award" for life work,
- Diploma for life work of Writers Association of Serbia in 2010,
- "Golden link" by Cultural-educational community of Belgrade, for perpetual contribution to the capital's culture in 2011.
Historical Archives of Belgrade formed a Legacy of Miroljub Todorovic in 2004, which is being continuously complemented. The Legacy consists of 90 archival boxes with personal documents, rich photo documentation, published works and manuscripts of Todorovic and other signalists - colleagues from all over the world, catalogues, set of international review "Signal", correspondence with colleagues from the country and abroad – about 10.000 letters, copies of magazines and reviews, poetry, drawings and postal cards. Among these records are letters and works of Ljubisa Jocic, Raoul Hausmann, one of the founders of Berlin Dada and creator of photomontage, Marina Abramovic, Bob Cobbing, performance artists, Milivoje Pavlovic PhD, Julian Kornhauser PhD, Claus Peter Denker PhD, Andrej Tisma, Zivan Zivkovic PhD...
The Legacy is being processed in archival program JANUS, according to the ISADg standard.

Exhibition Signalism оf Miroljub Todorović 1968-2008

Miroljub Todorovic web site

Miroljub Todorovic blog