Institute for the research of the avant-garde

The Institute for the Research of the Avant-Garde was founded in 2010, as part of the project with the aim to study, preserve, present, and popularize the regional Avant-Garde art through exhibitions, projects, and publications. Since its foundation, the Institute started or collaborated on over 130 projects, including: the organisation of the central event to commemorate the centenary of the First World War, which was the exhibition and the international conference “The First World War and Avant-garde Art: Deconstruction-Construction”, participation in the international project of exhibitions “Years of Disarray” supported by the European Union, organisation or participation on exhibitions in over 15 countries and publishing activity. The Institute is the holder of the “Artist on Vacation” project which has annually been hosting, since 2012, numerous notable artists of the neo-avant-garde and radical artistic practices.

Artist on Vacation project