Strange Nature – Milan Milojevic

Queen Victoria Museum & Art Gallery

28 October 2023 – 14 April 2024

Over 130 years old, the Queen Victoria Museum & Art Gallery is home to one of the oldest and most significant natural science collections in Australia.

Including works from eight contemporary artists from across Australia, Strange Nature explores the wild and sometimes abstract qualities of nature, providing a window into a fantastical world of biological curiosities. Through taxonomic interpretations and fictional ecologies, each artist retells a personal fascination with the natural world, challenging our own relationship to the environment from how we think about, interact with, and alter nature.

Alongside Milan Milojevic, artists include Troy Emery, Kate Rohde , Tom O’Hern , Samantha Dennis , Laura E Kennedy , Helene Boyer and Vanessa Newton Brown.

Milojevic presents a major work, consisting of twenty individual prints titled Never Ending Story, archival inkjet prints on photographic rag archival paper with etching plate overlay.

A leader in contemporary digital printmaking, Milojevic’s practice delves into imaginary hybrid worlds, drawing from the traditions of nineteenth century European wood block designs, reconstructed with digital technologies and then overlaid with etching. Drawing on both his Yugoslavian heritage and Tasmanian upbringing, Milojevic’s practice describes phantasmic forests often populated with doctored fauna, flora and mythical creatures.


Never Ending Story 2021 (20 panels)
archival inkjet print on photographic rag archival paper with etching plate overlay
40 x 30 cm, Edition of 5
$900.00 (each – unframed)

Click here to enquire about The Never Ending Story by Milan Milojevic.