Srđan Vukčević was born in Podgorica in 1959, where he finished elementary and secondary school. He graduated in painting from the Faculty of Fine Arts in Beograd in 1983 in the class of Professor Stojan Ćelić. At the aforementioned faculty he completed the post-graduate study and obtained a Master's Degree in 1986 in the class of Professor Mirjana Koka Mihać. During and after his studies he traveled and studied in various European cities. He spent several months in London, and the Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten invited him to study under the Dutch government scholarship in Amsterdam from 1986 to 1987, where he collaborated with professors Ger Lataster and Marlene Dumas. Two years later the French government awarded him a one-year scholarship in painting and sent him to the Ècole des Beaux-Arts in Paris, a city which became his permanent place of residence.
He has held numerous solo and group exhibitions during his long, rich career,
and has also won many professional awards for his work: the CANU Award for Painting, the "Petar Lubarda" award at the ULUCG Exhibition, the First prize at the artistic salons of Cetinje and Herceg Novi, the First prize for his drawing exhibited at the Montenegrin Drawing Triennial, the Liberation of Podgorica Award, the October Award of Belgrade, the Montenegro's Center for Contemporary Art Award for contribution to Montenegrin art, and the highest Montenegro's national award – the July 13th Award. Since 1981, he has been an independent artist in Montenegro and a member of the Association of Artists of Montenegro, with a special status of a renowned artist. He is a member of the French association of artists La Maison des Artistes based in Paris where he has been living and working as an independent artist since 1990. Aside from working in Paris, the painter is also actively working in Herceg Novi where he has his residence in which he tries to implement the idea of a three-dimensional representation of a perfect space...