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Mladen Stilinović: Knjige

Mladen Stilinović: Knjige Mladen Stilinovic: Books Hand made Artist Book Stapled / Klamano Mixed Media: fotografije, patel, crtež, otisak prsta Iznomno rijetko / Extremely rare Vlatita naklada, 1977. 13,5x10,5 cm 22pp
28.500,00 kn

Mladen Stilinović: U vlastitom interesu

Mladen Stilinović: U vlastitom interesu Hand made Artist Book Vlastita naklada, 1980. Klamano 15x21cm 13pp Pastel, gumeni žig, Xerox na papiru
27.500,00 kn

Vlado Martek & Mladen Stilinović: Knjigarad

Knjigarad = Bookwork. Artist Book. Limited and Rare. Galerija Studentskog centra, Zagreb 1980. This book is stapled in the center, creating space for a catalogue for two artists. The left side contains Martek's work and the right side contains Stilinović'
15.000,00 kn

Mladen Stilinović: Pjevaj!

Mladen Stilinović: Pjevaj / Sing! Galerija suvremene umjetnosti, Zagreb 1980. Sitotisak / Silkscreen
10.000,00 kn

Mladen Stilinović

Mladen Stilinović Iz početnice "Naš put" Silkprint / Sitotisak 48,9 x 68,8 cm Motovunski susreti, 1978 Signed and numbered 37/50
8.500,00 kn

Mladen Stilinović: Nemam vremena

Mladen Stilinović: Nemam vremena (I Have No Time) Artist Book Prvo izdanje iz 1979. godine. Zagreb. Vlastita naklada. Offset na papiru 7 listova, zaklamano Naklada 70 primjeraka
8.500,00 kn

Pan 69 (Mladen Stilinović)

Pan 69. Mladen Stilinović: "Together with Milivoj Puhovski, Degenek and Boris Bata we formed the student film club Pan 69. Through the Union of Socialist Youth we received some funds to buy the necessary equipment and start making films. At first Pan 69 had six or seven members. The first film produced by Pan was Miša Budisavljević's film in 1969, which was screened at GEFF. Pan 69 held film screenings in Zagreb and Belgrade: at the Zagreb Cinema Club Pan 69 had regular nights, as it did in Belgrade at the SKC (Students Cultural Center)." (from Ana Janevski's interview with Mladen Stilinović, unpublished) At the beginning, like many young people, Stilinović wrote poetry, and published some of it in the literary journal Republika. But since his interests were more in the direction of film, with his friends in 1969 he founded the group Pan 69, which was a student cinema club. In order to get hold of film stock and the equipment necessary for making films, this was the only way at that time. Some of the first films were shown at amateur film festivals, but they were fairly different from the production that could be seen there, and so he was invited to places more adapted to his idiom, where the focus was on contemporary visual art. (Branka Stipančić) In 1969 a group of friends – Boris Barta, Mišo Budisavljević, Branko Degenek, Ninoslav Lovčević, Krsto Mihaljević, Milivoj Puhlovski and Mladen Stilinović – founded the student cinema club Pan 69. He shot his first films Ostani na uglu (Stay on the Corner) and Sam si (You’re Alone) in 1970. That year, in a disco club, he met a high school student, Branka Stipančić, (the author of this text) and the two started a long-term relationship. With Pan 69 and his friends he performed the one and only happening entitled Majski i ostali rituali (May and Other Rituals) in Zagreb, in the Theatre ITD during the 24th May Festival of Yugoslav Student Theatre. The happening was stopped and censured while in progress due to political reasons. He also watched American underground films at Zagreb Genre Film Festival (1970), and admired films by Gotovac, Pansini, Petek, Kristl, Vukotić, Makavejev, Pavlović, Žilnik, Naško Križnar, Nuša and Srečo Dragan… He always visited exhibitions of the New Tendencies as well as those held at the Gallery of Contemporary Art. He was motivated by numerous events and translations of critical editions about film, historical avant-gardes, happening, conceptual art, philosophy of language and linguistic theories, which were available in former Yugoslavia in numerous journals such as Rok, Polja, Treći program, Delo, Filmske sveske, Književnost, in the book Mixed Media by Bora Ćosić, etc. He knew well the domestic art scene: the Slovene group OHO, works by Zagreb artists such as Goran Trbuljak, Sanja Iveković, Dalibor Martinis, Braco Dimitrijević and others, and their interventions in urban space. During Pan’s Days, held on a small stage of the Student Centre in Zagreb in 1971, Stilinović showed his films Panika (Panic), Ja volim ljude, a vi? (I Love People, How about You?), More i … (The Sea and …), and Ramenim tako bolno ceo smešan svet (Painfully Shouldering the Whole Funny World), all shot in the same year, and participated in the 6th Festival of Croatian Amateur Film in Zagreb.
6.500,00 kn

Mladen Stilinović: Ich habe keine Zeit

The artist’s book “Ich habe keine Zeit” (“I don’t have time”) can be interpreted as a paradoxical call to practise this cherished laziness. The artist recommends to read the book line by line, from the beginning to the end, and in particular at a time whe
6.500,00 kn

Podroom: Za umjetnost u umu

Originalni plakat izložbe "Za umjetnost u umu" u Podroom, Mesnička 12, Zagreb; Boris Demur, Vladimir Dodig Trokut, Ivan Dorogi, Ladislav Galeta, Tomislav Gotovac, Vlado Gudac, Sanja Iveković, Željko Jerman, Željko Kipke, Antun Maračić, Vlado Martek Mal
5.000,00 kn

Mladen Stilinović: Eksploatacija mrtvih

Mladen Stilinović; Eksploatacija mrtvih / Exploitation of the Dead Galerija Proširenih medija 1988 Artist Book / Knjiga umjetnika Xerox 29,7x21cm Tekstovi - Darko Šimičić, Željko Kipke, Branka Stipančić, Želimir Koščević, Miško Šuvaković neke stanice se razvlače u A3 Stanje - odlično. Autor: Mladen Stilinović
5.000,00 kn

Mladen Stilinović: Pjevaj 1980.

Mladen Stilinović - Pjevaj. Galerija suvremene umjetnosti, Zagreb 1980. godine. Urednik i predgovor Davor Matičević. Prelom i plakat mladen Stilinović. Vrlo rijetko u ponudi. Naklada 500. Manji dio naklade je sa intervencijama Mladena Stilinovića - Razmiš
2.500,00 kn

Mladen Stilinović: Ruka kruha 1976.

Vrlo rijetko u ponudi. Katalog za prvu samostalnu izložbu Mladena Stilinovića - Ruka kruha, Galerija Nova, Zagreb 1976. godine. Uključuje i pozivnicu za izložbu, vlastoručno adresiranu od M.S. za M.B. Predgovor Nena Baljković. Design Mladen Galić.
1.500,00 kn

Pan 69 (Mladen Stilinović)

Pan 69. Okupljanje grupe kod Mladena Stilinovića Original fotografija. Autor fotografije Mišo Budisavljević, jedan od nagrađenih autora na Geff '69 Zagreb, 1969. Sitotisak / Silkscreen 50x70cm Pan 69. Mladen Stilinović: "Together with Milivoj Puhovski, Degenek and Boris Bata we formed the student film club Pan 69. Through the Union of Socialist Youth we received some funds to buy the necessary equipment and start making films. At first Pan 69 had six or seven members. The first film produced by Pan was Miša Budisavljević's film in 1969, which was screened at GEFF. Pan 69 held film screenings in Zagreb and Belgrade: at the Zagreb Cinema Club Pan 69 had regular nights, as it did in Belgrade at the SKC (Students Cultural Center)." (from Ana Janevski's interview with Mladen Stilinović, unpublished) At the beginning, like many young people, Stilinović wrote poetry, and published some of it in the literary journal Republika. But since his interests were more in the direction of film, with his friends in 1969 he founded the group Pan 69, which was a student cinema club. In order to get hold of film stock and the equipment necessary for making films, this was the only way at that time. Some of the first films were shown at amateur film festivals, but they were fairly different from the production that could be seen there, and so he was invited to places more adapted to his idiom, where the focus was on contemporary visual art. (Branka Stipančić) In 1969 a group of friends – Boris Barta, Mišo Budisavljević, Branko Degenek, Ninoslav Lovčević, Krsto Mihaljević, Milivoj Puhlovski and Mladen Stilinović – founded the student cinema club Pan 69. He shot his first films Ostani na uglu (Stay on the Corner) and Sam si (You’re Alone) in 1970. That year, in a disco club, he met a high school student, Branka Stipančić, (the author of this text) and the two started a long-term relationship. With Pan 69 and his friends he performed the one and only happening entitled Majski i ostali rituali (May and Other Rituals) in Zagreb, in the Theatre ITD during the 24th May Festival of Yugoslav Student Theatre. The happening was stopped and censured while in progress due to political reasons. He also watched American underground films at Zagreb Genre Film Festival (1970), and admired films by Gotovac, Pansini, Petek, Kristl, Vukotić, Makavejev, Pavlović, Žilnik, Naško Križnar, Nuša and Srečo Dragan… He always visited exhibitions of the New Tendencies as well as those held at the Gallery of Contemporary Art. He was motivated by numerous events and translations of critical editions about film, historical avant-gardes, happening, conceptual art, philosophy of language and linguistic theories, which were available in former Yugoslavia in numerous journals such as Rok, Polja, Treći program, Delo, Filmske sveske, Književnost, in the book Mixed Media by Bora Ćosić, etc. He knew well the domestic art scene: the Slovene group OHO, works by Zagreb artists such as Goran Trbuljak, Sanja Iveković, Dalibor Martinis, Braco Dimitrijević and others, and their interventions in urban space. During Pan’s Days, held on a small stage of the Student Centre in Zagreb in 1971, Stilinović showed his films Panika (Panic), Ja volim ljude, a vi? (I Love People, How about You?), More i … (The Sea and …), and Ramenim tako bolno ceo smešan svet (Painfully Shouldering the Whole Funny World), all shot in the same year, and participated in the 6th Festival of Croatian Amateur Film in Zagreb.
1.500,00 kn

Kronotop hrvatskoga performansa: od Travelera do danas

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
1.000,00 kn

Grupa šestorice autora: izložba - akcija 25.10.75

Originalna pozivnica / fotografija za; izložba - akcija 25.10.1975. godine na Trgu Republike u Zagrebu. Boris Demur, Željko Jerman, Vlado Martek, Mladen Stilinović, Sven Stilinović, Fedor Vučemilović.
1.000,00 kn

Mladen Stilinović: Eksploatacija mrtvih

Mladen Stilinović: Eksploatacija mrtvih Zagreb, 1988. Galerija proširenih medija, Zagreb Xerox 29.5x21 Pozivnica/ letak za otvorenje izložbe Mladena Stilinovića - Eksploatacija mrtvih 1984-88.
1.000,00 kn

Jerman & Mladen Stilinović & Sven Stilinović & Vučemilović

Željko Jerman & Mladen Stilinović & Sven Stilinović & Fedor Vučemilović katalog izložbe u Zagrebu, Galerija Nova, 1976. godine Ponuda uključuje i pozivnicu upućenu Josipu Stošiću Predgovor Nena Baljković Design Mladen Galić
450,00 kn

Boris Demur: Jermanovi prijatelji

Boris Demur: Jermanovi prijatelj (Jerman's friends) Mladen i Sven Stilinović Izdavač: Slavko Timotijević, Beograd Galerija srećna nova umetnost / Happy New Art Gallery Godina: 1976 Format: 14x10 Stranica: 1
450,00 kn

Mladen Stilinović: Vau - Vau (Wuff - Wuff)

Artist's Book. Dizajn Mladen Stilinović i Dejan Kršić. Izdanje Galerija Nova, Zagreb 2006. godine. Knjiga umjetnika povodom izložbe Vau - Vau (Wuff - Wuff). Tisak GIPA Zagreb. Tekst Ana Dević WHW. Stanje - kao novo.
450,00 kn

Mladen Stilinović: Re-print #3: I Have No Time

Mladen Stilinović Re-print #3: I Have No Time (1983 [1979]) Softcover, 150 x 225 mm, 72 pp, offset. Edition of 500 Design by Matt Hinkley Text by Kerrie Poliness Series Design by Matt Hinkley Series Editors: Fayen d’Evie and Matt Hinkley Published by 3-ply, 2015; launched 2016
350,00 kn

Mladen Stilinović: Bijela odsutnost 1991-1996

Katalog za izložbu Mladena Stilinović - Bijela odsutnost 1991-1996. Galerija Josip Račić, Zagreb 1996. godine. Predgovor na engleskom i hrvatskom jeziku Mladenka Šolman. Fotografije Boris Cvjetanović. Catalogue design Ante Rašić / Arttresor Studio.
150,00 kn

Mladen Stilinović: Energična akcija/ Vigorous action 1981

Energična akcija/ Vigorous action 1981 by Mladen Stilinović. Lijepo dizajnirani katalog iz 2010. godine, Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw
150,00 kn

Mladen Stilinović: Pain

Lijepo izdanje Muzeja suvremene umjetnosti 2003. godine. Engleski jezik. Igor Zabel - General Equivalent. Branka Stipančić - Tortured by Words. A conversation between Mladen Stilinović & Tihomir Milovac. Nada Beroš - Salesman ofan empty wallet. Mladen Sti
150,00 kn

Mladen Stilinović: Hoću kući

Hoću kući. - Knjige umjetnika 1972. - 2006. Intervenirajući na materijalima poput kartona, novina, tkanina i predmeta svakodnevne upotrebe, Mladen Stilinović je u svom radu razvio strategiju "siromašnog" umjetničkog postupka, ali i svojevrsne autonomije,
120,00 kn