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New York : The Museum of Modern Art, [2018]
408 stran : ilustrace (některé barevné), mapy ; 25 cm

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ISBN 978-1-63345-064-6 (brožováno)
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8 Foreword // Glenn D. Lowry // 9 Acknowledgments // Jay A. Levenson and Sarah Lookofsky // 12 Introduction // Ana Janevski and Roxana Marcoci // Reckoning with History // 19 Introduction Klara Kemp-Welch // 22 Summary of Critical Texts Juliet Kinchin // 23 Conversation // Katalin Ladik and Tamás St.Auby with Jon Hendricks // 28 Enjoy Me, Abuse Me, I Am Your Artist: Cultural Politics, Their Monuments, Their Ruins // EdaCufer // 36 E-mail conversation, autumn 2000 // Jonas Valatkevicius and Deimantas Narkevicius // 40 Post-Research Notes: (Re)Searchforthe True Self-Managed Art // Jelena Vesic // 49 Art and State: From Modernism to the Retro-Avant-Garde // Igor Zabel // 52 Open Space of the Future: // An Interview with David Maljkovic and What, How & for Whom (Ivet Curlin, Ana Devic, Nataša Ilie, and Sabina Sabolovic) // 56 Three Takes on the Environment: Redefinitions of the City; // On the Intersections of Design and Art in Tallinn in the 1970s // Andres Kurg // Exhibiting the "East" since 1989 // 67 Introduction Claire Bishop // 72 Summary of Critical Texts // Christian Rattemeyer // 75 Conversation // Dan Perjovschi with Roxana Marcoci // 79 Central Europe in the Face of Unification // Piotr Piotrowski // 86 The Ex-Eastern Bloc’s Position in New Critical Theories and Recent Curatorial Practice // Edit András // 92 Crossed Line: Transmissions: // Art in Eastern Europe and Latin America, 1960-1980 at MoMA // Ewa 0 patka // 99 “During”: The Transition to Capitalism
Octavian E§anu // 105 Geographically Defined Exhibitions: // The Balkans, Between Eastern Europe and the New Europe // Raluca Voinea // 112 Comrades-in-Arms, Accomplices, Companions: Collaborative Trends in Lithuanian Contemporary Art // Lina Michelkevicé // 117 The Nineties in Slovak Society: // The Crushing of Values // Lýdia Pribišová // 124 An Interview Conducted by // Václav Magid and Jakub Stejskal with Display Gallery Founders Zbynek Baladrán, Ondrej Chrobák, and Tomáš Svoboda and the Cofounder of the tranzit Initiative for Contemporary Art Vít Havránek // uviuiu i icnmaeieanu // Working in and on the Archive // 135 Introduction // David Joselit // 138 Summary of Critical Texts // Michelle Elligott // 139 Conversation // Zofia Kulikwith David Senior // 143 Interrupted Histories // Zdenka Badovinac // 146 Étude // Tomáš Pospiszyl // 148 The Big Archive // Sven Spieker // 154 A Guide to Ganek Gallery: // The Archive of Julius Koller’s Fictive Institution // Daniel Grún // 161 Politics of Cultural Heritage // subREAL // 165 Kisieland // Karol Radziszewski // 167 Innovative Forms of Archives, // Part One: Exhibitions, Events, // Books, Museums, and Lia Perjovschi’s Contemporary Art Archive // Nataša Petrešin-Bachelez // After the Fall: Democracy and Its Discontents // 177 Introduction // Boris Buden // 179 Summary of Critical Texts // Kim Conaty // 181 Conversation // Artur Žmijewski with Paulina Pobocha // 185 The Post-Bipolar Order and the Status of
Public and Private under Communism // Vít Havránek // Back from the Future // Boris Grays // Will the East’s Past Be the West’s Future? // Rastko Mocnik // Transformations in the Former West // Georg Schöllhammer // Flying High: Cristina Ricupero Talks to Nomeda and Gediminas Urbonas // The New Europe: The Culture of Mixing and the Politics of Representation // Marius Babias // Entry into (Europe) // Mladen Stilinovic // 5 // Maintaining the Social in Postsocialism: Activist Practices and Forms of Collectivity // Introduction // Nataša Petrešin-Bachelez // Summary of Criticai Texts David Platzker // Conversation // Dimtry Vilensky with Ksenia Nouril // Confidential Community vs. the Aesthetics of Interaction // Viktor Misiano // Yearning for the State: // The Political Strategy of “Moscow Actionism” in the 1990s // Ilya Budraitskis // Emancipatory Effects: // Notes on Institutional and Curatorial Practices in Eastern Europe // Alina Serban // Artivism // Aido Milohnic // Art and Antagonism, Here and Now // Oleksiy Radynski // A Parallel Slalom from BADco: // In Search of a Poetics of Problems // Bojana Cvejic // 199 // 205 // 207 // 211 // 217 // 221 // 227 // 231 // 233 // 236 // 242 // 247 // 252 // 257 // 261 // Deconstructing Gender Discourses // 273 Introduction // Keti Chukhrov // 277 summary of Critical Texts // Magdalena Moskalewicz // 279 Conversation // Sanja Ivekovic with Ana Janevski // 283 Proletarians of All Countries, // Who Washes Your Socks?: // Equality,
Dominance, and Difference in Eastern European Art // Bojana Pejic // 290 After Perestroika: // Kitchenmaids or Stateswomen // Margarita Tupitsyn // 297 The East Side Story of (Gendered) Art: Framing Gender in Czech and Slovak Contemporary Art // Zuzana Štefková // 304 The Theory of Pleshka // Yevgeniy Fiks // 306 In? Out? In Between?: Some Notes // on the Invisibility of a Nascent Eastern European Feminist and Gender Discourse in Contemporary Art Theory // Martina Pachmanová // 315 The Body, Ideology, Masculinity, and Some Blind Spots in Postcommunism // Branislav Dimitrijevic and Branislava Andjelkovic // 325 Ewa Partum, or Feminism That Is Yet to Come // Ewa Majewska // 332 The Question of Female Guilt in Sanja Ivekovic’s Art: // From Yugoslav Beauty Pageants to Wartime Witch Hunts // Ivana Bago // In a Global World // 339 Introduction // Boris Grays // 343 Conversation // Hito Steyerl with Ana Janevski and Roxana Marcoci // 347 Solidarity in Arts and Culture: // Some Cases from the Non-Aligned Movement // Bojana Piškur // 351 Minor Media Normality in the East // Inke Arns and Andreas Broeckmann // 357 The Postcommunist Robinson // Boris Buden // 361 It’s Too Early to Say // Luchezar Boyadjiev // 364 The Slavs: Redeeming the East in Eastern Europe // Slavs and Tatars // 366 History of Art History in Central, Eastern, and Southeastern Europe: The Post-National in East European Art, from Socialist Internationalism to Transnational Communities // Maja Fowkes and Reuben
Fowkes // 371 The Emergence of “Eastern Europe”: Cosmin Costina; and Ekaterina Degot in Conversation // 375 Epistemological Gaps Between the Former Soviet East and the “Democratic” West // Keti Chukhrov // 381 Our Beloved Margins: The Imaginings of the Roma Transformative Subject and Art History Scholarship in Central Europe // Timea Junghaus // 387 Drawing a Border // (Reartikulacija, Part 3 of 3) // Marina Gržinic // 391 Conversation // Miran Mohar, Andrej Savski, // Roman Uranjek, and Borut Vogelnik of IRWIN with Meghan Forbes // 394 The C-MAP Network, 2010-2017 402 Index // 408 Trustees of The Museum of Modern Art
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