The multimedia artist Sandro Đukić was born in Zagreb, in 1964, where he graduated from the Academy of Visual Arts in 1989 (in the class of professor Đuro Seder). As a visiting and regular student from 1989 – 1993, he attended the Fine Arts Academy in Düsseldorf, studying under professor Nam June Paika and Nan Hoover. He attended a Master’s course from 1993 – 1994, at the same institution (Prof. Nan Hoover). He exhibited his works at numerous solo and group exhibitions in Croatia, Germany, Austria, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Iceland, Slovenia, Serbia, Czech Republic, United States and etc. Since 1990s, he has won numerous scholarships and residences: Reisestipendium – New York, USA, Kunstakademie Dusseldorf and the Goethe Institute scholarship; DAAD scholarship for a residential programme at the Islandic College of Art, Reykjavik, Iceland, in 1992; International interdisciplinary symposium Transparent Messenger, Hermit Foundation, Plasy, Czech Republic, in 1994; Vizura Aperta, Festival of audio and visual media, Momian, Croatia, in 2000; Green Island – BUK, Baranja Art Colony, Batina, in 2010, and most recently, in 2011, the residence at the Montalvo Art Center in Saratoga, California, USA, as a participant on the project Kaleidoscope of Pacific Standard Time (KPST), supported by The Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles and CEC ArtsLink.
He participated as a lecturer at several domestic and international symposiums. His works are feature in public and private collections. He won the Croatian Association of Artists Award in 1991 (at the 16th Biennale of Young Art, Modern Gallery, Rijeka, Croatia), a special prize of the City of Pula (We Are Here 3, Museum of Contemporary Art Istria, Pula, Croatia) in 2010, and ArtsLink Independent Projects Award in 2011. He is a member of the Croatian Association of Independent Artists (HZSU), the Croatian Association of Artists HDLU and the Croatian Association of Visual Artists Split (HULUS).