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.

 
 

Co-Founders, Lead Editors, & Managing Producers

Vojislav Radovanović & Jason Jenn

 

Beyond LA Field Correspondents


Andrew Adam Caldwell, Thomas Carrieri, Mika Cho, Brian DeShazor, Federico Hewson,  Krys Fox, Damir Kovacic
Kathy Nigh, Kaylee Paulsen, Julie Staub 

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Vojislav Radovanović

(1982. Valjevo, RS, former Yugoslavia) is a Serbian visual artist, art director, filmmaker, and independent curator based in Los Angeles, CA. His television career as a director and journalist for Serbian and European TV stations and art programs led him to found the media company Art Documents originally in 2009 as a YouTube Channel. Upon moving to LA in 2017, he developed the project into L.A. Art Documents in collaboration with American interdisciplinary artist Jason Jenn.

Witness in his youth turbulent political unrest and war in the Balkan region, his visual and conceptual artwork advocates for beauty, environmentalism, mental health, and societal transmutation. 

His artwork often utilizes a conceptual concentration on wild plants, specifically weeds. The resilient, boundary-defying plants become a metaphor for nature’s powerful ingenuity. Weeds’ conceptualization also applies to humanity’s multiple aspects: its endurance, queer identity, the immigrant experience, and colonization. 

 

Since his first solo exhibition in the National Museum of Valjevo at age fifteen, he has participated in numerous group and solo exhibitions. Important cultural institutions where he presented his works are Museum of Art and History in Lancaster and Brea Art Gallery (California, USA); Mall Galleries in London (Great Britain); UNESCO Headquarters and The Institut Suédois in Paris (France); Centre of Contemporary Art in Torun, (Poland); The Círculo de Bellas Artes de Madrid (CBA), Madrid, (Spain);  Belgrade City Museum, Museum of Yugoslavia, Art Pavilion Cvijeta Zuzorić and The White Palace in Belgrade, (Serbia).

         

www.vojislavradovanovic.com

 
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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.

Other job positions include: Outreach Specialist for Torrance Art Museum (2019-2021), Operations Director for Virtularium / Holonyne Corporation – a videowall consulting business and videowall art gallery utilizing over 64 television screens within the exposition space (2014-2019); Producer & Co-creator of the Stuart Timmons West Hollywood LGBTQ History Tour (2015-2017, & 2021); Project Manager for Entertainment Business Consulting (2004-2010); Production Manager for the Lily Tomlin & Jane Wagner Cultural Arts Department at the Los Angeles LGBT Center (2001-2002).

www.jasonjenn.com