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Political Practices of (Post-) Yugoslav Art: Retrospective 01


Prelom kolektiv, Belgrade



This impressive catalogue documents a series of events produced by several curatorial collectives at sites in Bosnia, Croatia, Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia, Russia and Germany. The show was organized jointly by kuda.org, the Zagreb-based collective WHW, the Prelom kolektiv from Belgrade, and SCCA/pro.ba from Sarajevo. Ana Janevski, who is now Associate Curator in the Department of Media and Performance at MoMA, was involved too. Exhibition was curated by Jelena Vesic, member of theoretical collective Prelom.

Many of the curatorial projects and discussions described in this volume worked towards a historical survey of the neo-avant-garde scenes in the former Yugoslavia during the 1960s and 1970s. We read this publication in preparation for the trip and also were given copies of the catalogue both when we visited the offices of kuda.org in Novi Sad and during our stop at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Belgrade.

Participating artists, curators and theorists: DeLVe (Ivana Bago and Antonia Majača) / kuda.org (Zoran Pantelić, Branka Ćurčić, Borka Stojić) / Kunsthistorisches Mausoleum / Prelom kolektiv (Radmila Joksimović, Zorana Dojić, Dušan Grlja, Jelena Vesić) / SCCA/pro.ba (Dunja Blažević, Asja Hafner) / WHW (Ivet Ćurlin, Ana Dević, Nataša Ilić, Sabina Sabolović, Dejan Kršić) / Ana Janevski /Miklavž Komelj, Lidija Radojević, Tanja Velagić, Jože Barši / Chto Delat (in collaboration with: Vladan Jeremić and Rena Raedle) /Igor Grubić / Dejan Habicht and Tanja Lažetić / David Maljković /Darinka Pop-Mitić /Hito Steyerl

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