REGARDS SUR L'ART DE "L'AUTRE" EUROPE. L'ART CONTEMPORAIN EST-EUROPÉEN APRES 1989
Looks at the art of the 'other' Europe. Comtemporary East European art after 1989
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The author sees the artistic scenes of East European countries in the period after the fall of the Iron Curtain in 1989 as a birthplace of art torn between illusions and real things, between 'ostalgia' and its critique, one identity and then another one; of art in a process of 'permanent revelation', appealing to and talking about people, about what they are fond of and what they are confronted with; of art as a product of creativeness formed by turmoil, traumas and permanent questions; and of art stigmatized by the history to which it bears witness.
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