Born in Belgrade in 1967, Milunovic grew up in an artistic family environment. Both his father and grandfather were well-known Serbian artists and his mother is a renowned Croatian sculptor. Milunovic attended the Belgrade Faculty of Fine Arts, then the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris, where he studied with visiting professors Marina Abramovic and Tony Brown, among others. Remarked, he became the Laureate of the Foundation RENOIR (worked and lived in Pierre-Auguste Renoir’s atelier). He received a prestigious prize for painting from funds of Foundations Roux and Tronchet during a solemn session at the French Academy in Paris, in November 2018.

His work encompasses a wide range of disciplines, from painting, drawing and photography through to large-scale sculptures and installations. By decontextualising everyday objects, symbols or situations, Milunovic provokes unease in the observer, a blend of alienation and curiosity.

His works are featured in prestigious private collections as well as museums including MUMOK, Vienna; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade; Palazzo Forti, Verona; and Musée d’Art et d’Industrie, Saint-Étienne, France.

He lives and works between Belgrade and Paris.