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Professional Artists with a Passion for Documenting Art

Professional Artists with a Passion for Documenting Art

LA Art Documents is a documentation company created by working visual artists with backgrounds in journalism and media production. We joined forces to meet the need for having articulate video and photographic documentation presented in a clean, stylish, and engaging manner that represents the authentic spirit of the art .  We work collaboratively as a team to produce compelling videos and photographs with a creative eye for detail crafted to each exhibition, performance, work, and artist.

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Co-Founders, Lead Editors, & Managing Producers

Vojislav Radovanović & Jason Jenn


Beyond LA Field Correspondents
We work with a variety of correspondents to extend our reach globally: Cynthia Alvarado, Damir Kovačić, Andrew Adam Caldwell, Giordona Aviv, Mika Cho, Brian DeShazor, Federico Hewson, Kathy Nigh, Kaylee Paulsen, Nathalie Broizat. 

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Vojislav Radovanović is a Serbian visual artist, art and TV director, documentarian, and independent curator based in Los Angeles, California. Born in Valjevo, Serbia (formerly Yugoslavia) in 1982, he witnessed the turbulent political unrest and war in the Balkan region during his youth. This experience influenced his visual and conceptual artwork, which advocates for beauty, environmentalism, mental health, and societal transmutation.

Radovanović's artwork often focuses on wild plants, specifically weeds, which he uses as a metaphor for nature's powerful ingenuity. The symbolism and conceptualism of weeds also apply to multiple human aspects, including endurance, queer identity, the immigrant experience, and colonization. He relocated to Los Angeles in 2017.

Since his first solo exhibition at the National Museum of Valjevo at age fifteen, Radovanović has presented his works internationally in numerous group and solo exhibitions. Notable cultural institutions where he has exhibited include MOAH: Lancaster Museum of Art and History, Bakersfield Museum of Art, Torrance Art Museum, Angels Gate Cultural Center, Diana Berger Gallery, Brea Art Gallery, Huntington Beach Art Center, California, USA; Mall Galleries in London, UK; UNESCO Headquarters, The Swedish Institute in Paris, France; Centre of Contemporary Art in Torun, Poland; The Círculo de Bellas Artes de Madrid - CBA in Madrid, Spain; Belgrade City Museum, Museum of Yugoslavia, National Library of Serbia, and The White Palace in Belgrade, Serbia.

Radovanović recently completed a year-long residency as a community-engaged artist at MOAH Lancaster as part of the Artists At Work program supported by the Mellon Foundation. He is represented by Walter Maciel Gallery in Los Angeles. He is a co-founder of LA Art Documents, an online video archive dedicated to the contemporary art scene in Los Angeles and Beyond.

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Jason Jenn

(1974. Iowa City, IA, USA)  is an interdisciplinary artist, frequently working as a performer, writer, producer, director, designer, editor, consultant, and arts administrator. Since the age of 13 Jason has actively produced, directed, and edited videos, riding the transitional wave of analog to digital formats. He received a Double Major in Theatre Arts and Film & Media Production from the University of Iowa, taking additional graduate classes in Intermedia Arts and Writing.


He was General Manager of the UI Student Video Productions, leading the organization to its most productive year of documenting live events and producing original content for the Campus and Public Access Television stations.

Upon moving to Los Angeles, he worked for several years in mainstream film and television Hollywood art departments. In 2001 he founded ReEvolutionary Productions, his own independent multimedia company, to consult upon and produce a wide variety of alternative performance and multimedia art happenings. Since then he has produced hundreds of video shorts and features in addition to short and full-length theatrical performance artworks.


Jason has always maintained a fluidity moving between the live and recorded media genres, as well as working simultaneously in the creative and administrative fields. From 2002-2009, Jason trained and performed under the guidance of renowned performance artist Rachel Rosenthal. He has performed original works at venues as MOAH Lancaster, the Getty Museum, Highways Performance Space, NY Film Anthology Archive, San Francisco Art Institute, ONE Archives Gallery & Museum, and the Beat Museum.

Former positions include: Curatorial Assistant for Lancaster's Museum of Art & History (MOAH:CEDAR), Outreach Specialist for Torrance Art Museum, Operations Director for Virtularium / Holonyne Corporation – a videowall consulting business and videowall art gallery utilizing over 64 television screens within the exposition space; Producer & Co-creator of the Stuart Timmons West Hollywood LGBTQ History Tour; Project Manager for Entertainment Business Consulting; Production Manager for the Lily Tomlin & Jane Wagner Cultural Arts Department at the Los Angeles LGBT Center.

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