Vladimir Nikolic artwork is technically narrowed mostly to video, but it deals with a wide scope of subjects. Nikolic's earlier work explores the mechanisms of ritual submission to religious authority and tradition, or it deals with the authority of art tradition/history. Throughout his work, he constantly exercises institutional critique, and questions the artist’s general purpose in the world of art. By doing so, Nikolic is critical about himself, as much as about any other matter. Nikolic's work is presented internationally both in solo and group exhibitions. He has participated in residencies such as I-House(New York, 2003), Recollets (Paris, 2007), Otto Prod (Marseille, 2008), 24cc (Rome, 2011), Times Museum (Guangzhou, 2014), IASPIS (Stockholm, 2016), Tobačna 001 (Ljubljana, 2017). Selected solo shows: Autoportraits, Portuguese Centre for Photography, Porto, Portugal, 2015; There is No Landscape, 1933 Contemporary, Shanghai, China, 2015; Revolution, DKSG Gallery, Belgrade, Serbia, 2014; The End of The World, Guangdong Times Museum, Guangzhou, China, 2014; Voice-over, Salon of Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade, Serbia, 2009; Voice-over, NT Gallery, Bologna, Italy, 2009. Selected group shows: A Beautiful World, The Second Nanjing International Art Festival, Nanjing, China, 2015; Hommage à Malevich - 100 Years of the Black Square, Mestna Galerija, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 2015; MemoryLab - Transition, Casino Luxembourg – Forum d'art Contemporain, Luxembourg, 2015; Von oben gesehen. Die Vogelperspektive, Germanischen Nationalmuseum, Nürnberg, Germany, 2015; Quadrilateral Biennial, Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Rijeka, Croatia,2011; The Power to Host, ISCP, New York,2011; Facing the artwork- the viewer in moving images, Halle, Germany,2011; Transitland, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Soffa MNCARS, Madrid,2010; Beyond Theory, Sushi Gallery, San Diego, 2008.