Signed by Marina Abramovic on front page. Smals Wies / van Droffelaar Josine, Hrsg.
De Appel No. 2
Amsterdam (Niederlande): Stichting De Appel, 1983
(Zeitschrift, Magazin) 36 S., 29,5x22,1 cm,
Geklammert, Anschreiben und Pressemitteilung beigelegt
Vrlo rijetko u ponudi.
katalog 19,5x29,5 koji se rastvara u plakat 39x59 cm.
XVI Sao Paulo Biennial: Video from Yugoslavia
Museu de Arte Moderna, 1981.
Predgovor na engleskom jeziku
Davor Matičević. Stanje - odlično
The Chronotope of Croatian Performance Art: from Traveleri to the Present Day (Kronotop hrvatskoga performansa: od Travelera do danas) covers the life of performance art in Croatia from two standpoints: the avant-garde from the early 1920s (e.g. the group
Irwin - Marina Abramović - Avtoportreti in projekti - Visconti Fine Art Kolizej Ljubljana 2000.
The IRWIN group was founded in Ljubljana (Slovenia). Its members are Dusan Mandic, Miran Mohar, Andrej Savski, Roman Uranjek and Borut Vogelnik.
Since the beginning of her career in Belgrade during the early 1970s, Marina Abramovic (b. 1946) has pioneered the use of performance as a visual art form. Her body has always been both her subject and her medium, and she has withstood pain, exhaustion, a
Marina Abramovic was a pioneer in the use of performance art as a visual art form. The body has always been both her subject and medium. Exploring the physical and mental limits of her being, she has withstood pain, exhaustion, and danger in the quest for
Zbirka tekstova i intervjua koju je priredila Nataša Marković o jednoj od najvećih zvijezda moderne umjetnosti, vodećoj umjetnici performansa Marini Abramović, rođenoj u Beogradu. To su sabrani novinski tekstovi i intervjui objavljeni tokom poslednjih sed