Rudolf Sikora was born in 1946 in Žilina, Slovakia.
Philip Lionel Corner was born in 1933 in New York, USA.
Lev Valdemarovich Nussberg was born in 1937 in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
Raša Todosijević was born in 1945 in Belgrade, Serbia.
Klara Kemp-Welch a university professor the Courtauld Institute of Art, London, where she lectures in modern and contemporary art history.
Călin Dan was born in 1955 in Arad, Romania.
Ješa Denegri was born in 1936 in Split, Croatia.
Katalin Ladik was born in 1942 Novi Sad, Serbia.
Since 2012, the Artist on Vacation project has gathered, hosted and presented to the public a number of internationally prestigious artists who belong to the period of historical Avant-gardes, as well as artists who continue the practice of radical art and further develop its aesthetics. In the summer months, Poreč becomes a vacation spot for international artists. In collaboration with Valamar Riviera d.d., the Institute for the Research of Avant-Garde and Marinko Sudac Collection artists are invited to spend a week at an exclusive hotel and vacation on the beautiful Istrian peninsula.
István Nádler was born in 1938 in Visegrád, Hungary.
The documentary film "Other Line" is a result of a long-term research of the Neo-Avant-Garde cultural and art scene of the late 60s and 70s of the 20th c. in Novi Sad, which was, until today, marginalized.
The notion of the BAUHAUS School of Design, founded by Walter Gropius in 1919 in Weimar and superbly functioning until the 1933 when Nazis gained the power in Germany, has been imbedded in the fundaments of modern and contemporary art of the XX century. The school was in 1996 moved to Dessau, and in 1932 its seat was in Berlin just to be closed by the Nazis on August, 10 1933.
PAV Parco Arte Vivente, Turin, Italy
17 March - 26 June 2016
curator: Marco Scotini
Cabaret Voltaire, the birthplace of Dada, opened its doors on February 5, 1916. Hugo Ball, like many other artists and intellectuals, in the turmoil of the First World War found a safe place in the neutral Switzerland, in Zurich.
Andrzej Lachowicz, one the most significant representatives of Polish Neo-Avant-Garde, passed away on December 30, 2015.
4. 2. 2016. – 11. 3. 2016.
Thalberg Gallery in collaboration with the Marinko Sudac Collection and the Institute for the Research of the Avant-Garde is organising an exhibition „NEO DADA – GORGONA / Absurd Freedom“.
Featuring over 100 artworks, music videos, TV art commissions, and material culture from Yugoslavia between the early 1960s and mid 1980s, the exhibition showcases Yugoslav artists’ responses to the contradictions within the country’s unique "third way", self-managed socialism.
A bilingual 144-page catalogue in both English and Hebrew editions, including 100 photographs, has been published to accompany this exhibition.