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In NOT FULLY HUMAN, NOT HUMAN AT ALL
Edited by Bettina Steinbrügge (Kunstverein in Hamburg), Émilie Villez (Kadist)
Kunstverein in Hamburg, Archive books, 2020.
Published as a part of the three-year project Not Fully Human, Not Human at All, curated by Nataša Petrešin-Bachelez, initiated by Kadist and  co-organised with Lumbardhi Foundation, Netwerk, Kunsthalle Lissabon, Hangar, and Contour Biennale 9.

a conversation with Galit Eilat, Erden Kosova and Jelena Jureša
in What Was Happening Here Was Never Normal Anyway
Versopolis/Review
2020

by Tina Poglajen
Cineuropa
2019

by Marte Van Hassel
REKTO:VERSO
2019

by Christel Stalpaert
in Jelena Jureša, Mira Study for a Portrait – Reader
Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade
2016

by Asa Mendelsohn
in Jelena Jureša, Mira Study for a Portrait – Reader
Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade
2016

by Aneta Stojnić and Jelena Jureša
in Jelena Jureša, Mira Study for a Portrait – Reader
Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade
2016

by Dušica Dražić
on the occasion of the solo exhibition ‘Song’
Out of Sight, Antwerp
Through 15. 9 – 2. 12. 2018

by Branka Benčić
In Double Exposure – A Collision of Past and Present,
Reading a Project by Jelena Jureša “Mira, Study for a Portrait”
,
Ed. Sandro Drochl, Graz: Kunstlerhaus Halle fur Kunst & Medien, 2015.
Exh. Cat. at Kunstlerhaus Halle fur Kunst & Medien, Graz,
Through 31. 01 – 05. 03. 2015

by Asa Mendelsohn
Within the curatorial project for Artslab (Open Systems)
Memorial and Revision,
Wien, 2014 – 2015

by Mirjana Peitler
Graz, 2014

by Arijana Luburić Cvijanović
Nova Misao – Periodical for Contemporary Culture of Vojvodina
April, 2012

by Maja Ćirić
Jelena Jureša – Mozarts, exhibition catalogue
Gallery Zvono, Belgrade, 2010

by Ljiljana Ćinkul
Exhibition Review, Politika Newspaper
January 28, 2010

by Milanka Todić
Jelena Jureša: What It Feels Like for a Girl
Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina, Novi Sad, 2009

by Suzana Milevska
Jelena Jureša: What It Feels Like for a Girl
Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina, Novi Sad, 2009

by Boris Miljković
Jelena Jureša: Tourists, exhibition catalogue
L’Institut français de Belgrad, Belgrade, 2006