Lecturer: Branko Franceschi
The lecture provides an insight into the regional contribution of global movements of avant-garde and neo-avant-garde art in Southeast Europe from the end of the First World War to the 1980s on examples from the Marinko Sudac Collection, with particular emphasis on strategies for their international and online representation.
Selected works from the Marinko Sudac Collection are part of Boris Demur's analytical works, created mainly in the 1970s, in the period of "new art practice" and active years of the Group of Six Authors in Zagreb (1975-1981, with members: Mladen Stilinović, Sven Stilinović, Vlado Martek, Željko Jerman, Boris Demur, Fedor Vučemilović). [...]
The book, edited by Fedja Vukić and Iva Kostešić, brings a collection of over 60 scientific papers on over 800 pages covering the wide field of design history and design studies from a variety of perspectives.
Today's issue of the Jutarnji list daily newspapers features a double-spread on the Zenit magazine's centenary (February 1921 - December 1926).
Reproductions from the Marinko Sudac Collection, text by Ivana Janković.
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. [...]
Our projects Artists Respond and Artist on Vacation on the cover and double-page spread of Večernji list daily newspapers! [...]