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INTERVIEW [CROATIAN] | Marinko Sudac - Kožarićeva skulptura Zagreb bi mogla učiniti prepoznatljivim kao što je Kapoorova učinila Chicago
19. December 2020
 
Pocta 1. otvorenému ateliéru
Denník N
14. December 2020

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"The Bosch + Bosch group and the Vojvodina neo-avant-garde movement" Exhibition Opening at the Hungarian Cultural Institute in Brussels
20. November 2020

Although the current restrictions in Belgium, which came into force on 2 November and will remain in force until 13 December, do not allow for the opening of the exhibition in a physical sense, the institute, taking advantage of the opportunities offered by the virtual space is preparing with a series of exciting programs. [...]

 
Kožarićev san: skulptura od 30 metara promijenila bi vizuru Zagreba, evo gdje bi se nalazila
Jutarnji list
20. November 2020

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Ješa Denegri, EXAT 51 on the International and Home Scene [ENGLISH]
04. July 2018

The work of the group EXAT-51 was accomplished in the early 1950’s (its members issued their Man­ifesto in 1951, and four painters exhibited their work in 1953), but this art circle, or its individual members, also acted in keeping with some principles that had characterised the group’s practice and ideology several years before and some years after these important dates. 

 
Ješa Denegri, Video Art in Yugoslavia 1969–1984 [ENGLISH]
04. July 2018

Yugoslavia was one of many European countries that move or less consciously  accepted the need to  get to rise to the challenge of the new  communications technologies and to get to grips with television, in particular, as a key factor in shaping the contemporary 'civilisation of the image'.

 
Ješa Denegri, Speaking in the First Person Singular: Spotlighting the Artist’s Individuality in The New Art Practice of the Seventies [ENGLISH]
04. July 2018

There is no need to emphasise the fact that the artist’s sense of his own individuality is one of the major characterisitcs of all art, regardless of the time or place; that this sense is common to all artists; and that all artists tend to give the express it as forcefully as they can. 

 
Ješa Denegri, François Morellet And the Artistic Events In Zagreb In the Early 1960’s: New Tendencies, Gorgona [ENGLISH]
04. July 2018

Those were the early 1960’s, a short period of economic prosperity in Yugoslavia and, even more, a time of a great spiritual enthusiasm, when the Zagreb-based Gallery of Contemporary Art staged a series of exhibitions of the international art movement, New Tendencies.

 
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Youth Forum, Subotica
1969 - 1976
 
Matko Meštrović - Piero Dorazio
correspondence
1963
 
"Studio G" - exhibitions organized by the Gorgona group
1961 - 1963