Ivana Klickovic was born and grew up in ex-Yugoslavia. She graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade, where she received an MA in painting. Between 2000 and 2010 she worked as a research assistant, lecturer and lecturer at the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade. She has lived in Berlin since 2010 and has developed a practice there that deals specifically with painting, drawing and photography and their relationship to film and theater design.
Klickovic's last solo exhibition entitled “Here the Moon” was shown in 2017 in the Belgrade Cultural Center. Previous solo exhibitions include the Faculty of Architecture; Belgrade youth center; and Center for Cultural Decontamination, all in Belgrade; and gallery of contemporary art in Pancevo, Serbia. Her work has been shown in a number of major group exhibitions in Serbia, including 1998 and 2004 at the Yugoslav Biennial of Young Artists at the 39th and 42nd Salons in 1998 and 2001, respectively; the SKC Student Cultural Center in Belgrade in 2007 and as part of Arcadia Unbound at Funkhaus, Berlin in 2015.
In 2019, Klickovic designed costumes for the play "Thank you Germany - C? M on nu? C Ð? C" under the direction of Sanja Mitrovic in the Berlin Schaubühne. She previously worked on projects for a number of other theaters in Germany, including the Schauspiel Leipzig, the Schauspiel Frankfurt, the HAU Hebbel am Ufer and the Theater an der Parkaue in Berlin. In recent years Klickovic has worked frequently as a creative with the British artist Phil Collins and contributed elements of photography and design in projects such as This Unfortunate Thing Between Us (2011), My Heart is in my Hand ... (2013), Tomorrow Is Always Too Long (2014) and Ceremony (2017). Her photographs serve as cover designs for Crab Day (2016), Rock Pool (2017) and Reward (2019),