UPCOMING PROGRAMS

 

MY ART IS MY REALITY

21/12/2018 – 3/2/2019

 

Opening: Friday | 21st December, 2018 | 7 PM

Duration: 21st December, 2018 - 3rd February, 2019

Curator: Sanja Kojić Mladenov

Artists: Gili Avissar, Andreja Kulunčić sa kolektivnom ISTE, diSTRUKTURA, Robert Jankuloski, Romeo Kodra, Stevan Kojić, Siniša Labrović, Valerie Leray, Monika Moteska, Branislav Nikolić, Vessna Perunovich, André Jenö Raatzsch, Emília Rigová, Selma Selman, Irena Sladoje, Andrej Strehovec, Nina Todorović, Selman Trtovac.

Exhibition My Art is My Reality examines the volatile positions of power, shifting geopolitical interests, unstable sides and roles. It does so by analyzing the issues in the way the history has been documented, as well as the issues of hidden and forgotten archives and the construction of identities based on dominant standpoints and relations. The long-expected reconciliation at the end of World War only brought about new problems, and the new territorial and economic distribution presented new challenges and sufferings that contributed to the outbreak of World War 2.

The exhibition is realized within the scope of the international project RISK CHANGE, supported by the European Union's Creative Europe Programme.

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SPOT – exhibitions, actions and "verbally prepared objects" Among us: a little ash, a little smoke and ... a lot of chestnuts

21/12/2018 – 3/2/2019

 

Opening: FFriday | 21st December, 2018 | 7 PM

Curators: Jasna Jakšić, Ivana Kancir

Artists: Marina Abramović, Mihajlo Arsovski, Christian Boltanski, Boris Bućan, Roman Cieslewicz, Petar Dabac, Vlasta Delimar, Braco Dimitrijević, Alain Fleischer, Ivan Ladislav Galeta, Gorgona, Tomislav Gotovac, Grupa šestorice autora, Vladimir Gudac, Sanja Iveković, Vladimir Jakolić, Željko Jerman, Jagoda Kaloper, Laszlo Kerekeš, Enes Midžić, Tomislav Mikulić, Vlado Martek, Dalibor Martinis, Vladimir Petek, Friederike Pezold, Ivan Picelj, Sandor Pinczehelyi, Podroom, Ivan Posavec, Zabunyan Sarkis, Mladen Stilinović, Josip Stošić, Marijan Susovski, Davor Tomičić, Goran Trbuljak, Jiři Valoch.

According to the editorial board, the photography magazine SPOT (SPOT, magazine for photography, published by Gallery of the City of Zagreb (today Museum of Conteporary Art), 11 numbers published, 1972-1978, editor in chief Miroslav Putar) launched by the Zagreb Gallery of Contemporary Art within the Centre for Film, Photography and Television, was to publish modern and avant-garde photography, as well as the photography that ''can be means of defence, a tool at work, and can also, with great success, serve in the struggle for ideas that lead us.'' But, above all, in its eleven numbers, during six years of publishing, SPOT used to be a means of dissemination of a photographic image that goes beyond the image that we experience as fine art.

The exhibition is realized together with the Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb, and within the scope of the international project RISK CHANGE, supported by the European Union's Creative Europe Programme.

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