Art at Work – At the Crossroads between Utopianism and (In)Dependence

Edited by Tamara Soban

Graphic Design: New Collectivism

Published by Moderna galerija

2022
Keywords
Moderna galerija

Contents

    2.
    Changing Roles: Art as Work in the Yugoslav and Post-Yugoslav Contexts
    3.
    Art Is Work
    4.
    Walter De Maria, The Šempas Family, Goran Đorđević, György Galántai, Gorgona, Tomislav Gotovac, IRWIN, Neue Slowenische Kunst, New Tendencies, OHO, Marika & Marko Pogačnik, Zoran Popović, Mladen Stilinović, Raša Todosijević, Goran Trbuljak, TV Gallery
    5.
    Impure, Democratic, Concrete: the Westeast Project
    6.
    On Collectivizing: Narratives about Yugoslav Avant-Garde Art Collectives and Examples of Feminist Interventions
    7.
    The Archive of Sanja Iveković, Džuverović (she/her), Vukica Đilas, Conference Drug-ca žena, Darinka Pop-Mitić
    8.
    The Independent Scene 1990–1999
    9.
    Impro League: Organizing Civil Society Work in Art in the 1990s
    10.
    Politics of (Artistic) Work
    11.
    Can We, the Cultural Workers, Speak?
    12.
    Converging Struggles: Labor, Art, and Social Movements
    13.
    Artistic Work as a Performative Category and Political Gesture
    14.
    Newsreel Front, Damir Avdić, Milijana Babić, Jože Barši, Danica Dakić, Lenka Đorojević & Matej Stupica, Šejma Fere, Igor Grubić, Hristina Ivanoska, Sanela Jahić, Filip Jovanovski
    15.
    Doruntina Kastrati, Božena Končić Badurina & Duga Mavrinac, Andreja Kulunčić, KURS (Miloš Miletić & Mirjana Radovanović), Siniša Labrović, Irena Lagator Pejović, Nebojša Milikić & Jelena Mijić, Darinka Pop-Mitić
    16.
    Uroš Potočnik, Radical Education Collective, Rena Rädle & Vladan Jeremić, Škart & Horkeškart, Biljana Tanurovska – Kjulavkovski & Ivana Vaseva, ULUS – The Association of Fine Artists of Serbia, Via Negativa, Za K.R.U.H., Zrenjanin Social Forum
    17.
    Biographies
    18.
    Colophon

The Art at Work catalogue looks at three different segments of the genealogy of the concept of (artistic) work in the region of the former Yugoslavia: first, the way work was conceived by the avant-garde artists of the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s (time of socialism); next, the transformations of the concept of artistic work and art spaces in the 1990s (time of war and transition); and lastly, the labor-related political art practices since 2000.