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ARTISTIC TENDENCIES IN THE WESTERN BALKANS, THE REGION’S POSITION IN THE BROADER ARTISTIC CONTEXT: INTEGRATION OR INDIVIDUAL EFFORTS?

ARTISTIC TENDENCIES IN THE WESTERN BALKANS, THE REGION’S POSITION IN THE BROADER ARTISTIC CONTEXT: INTEGRATION OR INDIVIDUAL EFFORTS?

October 10, 2015 14.00

Panel discussion

Organizational partner: MOL

 

Art Market Budapest created its program titled GUEST BALKAN presenting the art of the Western Balkan countries, with a good reason. Attention to the art of the region by international professionals has become an ever-expanding trend. Western interest is increasingly aroused by the area’s artistic content, which reflects on political and social issues in traditionally sensitive and critical manner. But is there such a thing as Western Balkan regional art, or is this merely a simplistic interpretation by the outside world? Are we, in fact, witnessing the ‘explosion’ of an art region to the international scene? Does the common socio-political past connect, or, instead, divide those in the art scene of the area?

Róna Kopeczky

Moderator

Róna Kopeczky

art historian; former curator, Ludwig Museum, Budapest; curator, acb Gallery, Budapest

Pierre Courtin

Speaker

Pierre Courtin

Pierre COURTIN – Founder, Duplex100m2 Gallery, Sarajevo

Branko Franceschi

Speaker

Branko Franceschi

art photographer; former Executive Director, Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Rijeka; Director, the Virtual Museum of the Avant-garde Art and the Marinko Sudac Collection, Zagreb

Nemanja Nikolic

Speaker

Nemanja Nikolic

Project Initiator, U10 Art space, Belgrade

Natalija Vujosevic

Speaker

Natalija Vujosevic

artist; Co-founder, Institute of Contemporary Art, Podgorica, Montenegro; Co-founder, Trema publisher, Podgorica

Matilda Odobashi

Speaker

Matilda Odobashi

artist; Coordinator, Zeta Gallery, Tirana

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