Jusuf Hadžifejzović was born in 1956 in Prijepolje, Yugoslavia. He studied at the Belgrade Academy of Fine Arts in the class of Professor Stojan Čelić and completed his postgraduate studies at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf under the supervision of Professor Klaus Rinke. His art practice includes painting, performance, installation and “depotgraphy”. He has exhibited in many international exhibitions, from Berlin to South Korea, and has presented himself at the Venice Biennale four times. In 1984, Hadžifejzović, with the help of R. Tadić and S. Bukvić, conceived the Yugoslav Documents, a biennial exhibition of Yugoslav contemporary art in Sarajevo (1987, 1989), and in the 1980s, he was among those most merited for the rise and promotion of the Sarajevo art community and the Yugoslav scene in general, also within the international arena. He lives and works in Antwerp and Sarajevo, where he leads the Charlama Depo Gallery.