As Soon as I Open My Eyes I See a Film: Experiment in the Art of Yugoslavia in the 1960s and 1970s

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Publication TypeCatalogue
Year of Publication2010
AuthorsJanevski A, Vuković S, Ronduda Ł, Trbuljak G, Turković H, Pansini M, Šijan S, Žilnik Ž, Vučičević B, Sitney P.A
Pagination259 pp
PublisherMuseum of Modern Art Warsaw
Place PublishedWarsaw
Publication LanguageEnglish
ISBN Number9788392404439
KeywordsAntifilm, Yugoslavian Cinema
Abstract

In the late 1960s and '70s, artists in Yugoslavia rejected the official language of expression licensed by the regime, abstract art, and replaced it with "anti-art". This book explores this crucial period in the Yugoslav art scene and situates it in the broader cultural context of Central and Eastern Europe. The book follows the show "As Soon As I Open My Eyes I See a Film. Experiment in the Art of Yugoslavia in the 1960s and 1970s", Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, April 24-June 22 2008.

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Contents:

As soon as I open my eyes I see a film : experiment on the art of Yugoslavia in the 1960s and 1970s / Ana Janevski --
Troubles with reality, or who was to carry the burden of self-management? / Stevan Vuković --
Pragmatism of the margins : on contacts between Yugoslav and Polish avant-gardes in the 1970s / Łukasz Ronduda --
It's all a movie : a conversation with Tomislav Gotovac / Goran Trbuljak and Hrvoje Turković --
From the editor / Ana Janevski --
Antifilm : what is it? / Mihovil Pansini --
GEFF : visions of antifilm --
Diagram : antifilm, us & them / Slobodan Šijan --
Black film manifesto / Želimir Žilnik --
Serbian cutting / Branko Vučičević --
Italy, Yugoslavia (fragments) / P. Adams Sitney.

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