Miško Šuvaković / Hidden Histories of the OHO Group – lecture

Lecture (in croatian) and opening of the exhibition “Hidden Histories of the OHO Group” on Thursday, April 23rd 2009 at the P74 Center and Gallery in Ljubljana.

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ENG: The exhibition “Hidden Histories of the OHO Group” holds a new light to the problem of the character of neo-avant-garde excess and the experimental work of the OHO Group in the second half of the 1960s. The exhibition focuses on the practices, works, and instances with which – under the conditions of socialistic modernism – the OHO Group problematised, provoked, and destroyed the socialistic order of the vision of the autonomy of art. The exhibition exposes the activity of the OHO Group (1966-1971) and of the movement OHO-Catalogue (1966-1970) in the context of Slovene national culture, Yugoslavian socialistic culture and
international youth culture of the late 1960s and early 1970s.
MORE INFO: http://www.zavod-parasite.si/first.htm

SLO:  javno predavanje (v hrvaškem jeziku) Miška Šuvaković ob odprtju razstave “Skrite zgodovine skupine OHO”. Četrtek, 23.4. 2009 predavanje / Center in Galerija P74 v Ljubljani.
Razstave “Skrite zgodovine skupine OHO” problematizira in predstavlja značaj neo-avantgardnega ekscesa in ksperimentalnega dela skupine OHO v drugi polovici šestdesetih let v novi luči. Razstava se osredotoča predvsem na tiste prakse, dela in primere, s katerimi so – v pogojih socialističnege modernizma – OHO jevci problematizirali, provocirali in destruirali socialistični red privida avtonomije umetnosti.
VEČ INFORMACIJ: http://www.zavod-parasite.si/first.htm

recording: Tanja Lažetić / photo: Dejan Habicht




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