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Journal of the Institute of History of Art, Vol.34 No.34 December 2010.

Original scientific paper

A Decade of Freedom, Hope and Lost Illusions. Yugoslav Society in the 1960s as a Framework for New Tendenciesca

Ljiljana Kolešnik ; Institute of Art History, Zagreb

Fulltext: english, pdf (182 KB) pages 211-224 downloads: 258* cite
APA
Kolešnik, Lj. (2010). A Decade of Freedom, Hope and Lost Illusions. Yugoslav Society in the 1960s as a Framework for New Tendenciesca. Radovi Instituta za povijest umjetnosti, 34(34), 211-224. Retrieved from http://hrcak.srce.hr/80926

Abstracts
Considering invisibility of the New Tendencies in the dominant narrative on European modernism, ongoing process of consolidation of the new media art might be a platform from which to introduce the New Tendencies into the context of new media art history. However explanations given in the recent interpretations of that international art Movement clearly demonstrate that along the lines of that process a spatial configuration of the New Tendencies could be significantly redefined. In order to provide a counter-balance to such an attempt, it is necessary to explain the reasons which made Zagreb and Former Yugoslavia unique locations and appropriate ideological and intellectual framework of that international art movement. Such an explanation is the content of this article.

Keywords
New Tendencies; neo avant-garde; neo-constructivism; Zagreb; Yugoslavia; self-managing socialism

Hrčak ID: 80926

URI
http://hrcak.srce.hr/80926

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