Stela Mikulin (1996) is an artist from Croatia who works in the media of photo collage, photography, video, and painting. She graduated (2021) from the Academy of Fine Arts of the University of Zagreb as a graduate student of Art Education. In her work, she deals with the issues of heritage, reminiscences, and identity formation, and explores them through the influence of space and time. Through her artistic practice, in which she attaches great importance to the research process, the artist questions her conflicts concerning the topics she researches.
She had a solo exhibition at the Šira Gallery (2021) and participated in several group exhibitions. She exhibited an award-winning work in the field of fine arts as part of DA! Festival at the Open Gallery of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Zagreb. She also participated in art projects (2021): Matrice: Information, Zero point: Ideal place, Gornji Stenjevec: Narratives of place within the Otvoreni likovni pogon. She is the winner of the Izidor Kršnjavi plaque of the Department of Art History of the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb for the promotion of the profession and the Department of Art History in 2019.