Irena Frantal: NOT SURE
Artist book, 2016. Size: closed 20 x 21 cm, Text by the author; english language Intervention with cut or stenciled text into two sewn-together found brochures . Original unique artist book Handmade by artist
Ovaj rad je dio ciklusa Tekstovi izvan konteksta (2016)o kojem sam tada napisala ovo:
Promatram vlastiti tekst izvan konteksta mojih knjiga. Uzimam za podlogu pronađeni materijal. Namjerno skupljam promidžbeni materijal, broušure, kataloge, letke; oni su raznih dimenzija, formi. Otvaraju se iz harmonike ili su presavijeni plakati/katalozi. Svi drže određene informacije i vizualni jezik.
Interveniram urezivanjem teksta ili ispisivanjem teksta pomoću šablona i boje u spreju. Želim vidjeti što se događa sa tekstom izbačenim u okoliš «kojemu ne pripada»... Gdje uopće tekst pripada? Kao oni kratki tekstovi/rečenice/grafiti – poruke na fasadama ulica grada. Nečiji tok misli izbačen u kontekst žive ulice. Oni tjeraju na zastajanje, u trenu nude novi pogled.
Juraj Dobrović: Polja
Na Novim tendencijama 3 koje su bile 1965.godine, Dobrović je bio najvažnija pojava, a glavni interes su Polja koja radi kao serigrafije, reljefe te na kraju kao prostorne konstrukcije.
Josip Stošić: Đerdan
Prvo izdanje / First edition
Josip Stosic was born in Zagreb in 1935. He graduated from the Faculty of Arts in Zagreb in 1963. He worked at the Institute for History of Art (early Christian, Medieval and Renaissance art in Croatia). He specifically researched the cathedral in Dubrovnik and the parish church in Čazma. In 1951, as a high school student, Stosic self-published Đerdan (Necklace), the first book of concrete poetry in the former Yugoslavia. His poetry was prohibited the same year. Stosic's art practice included concrete poetry, visual structure of words mounted on boards, and the interaction of objects and words ("A", 1969; Premetaljka (Word Puzzle), 1971). Josip Stosic died in 2009 in Zagreb (source: Avantgarde Museum, Zagreb)
Format: 20x14 cm
Broj stranica: 106
Godina izdanja: 1951
Izdavač: Vlastita naklada Josipa Stošića
Antikvarijat: Preradovićeva 5, Zagreb
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Miljenko Horvat (Gorgona Group)
grafitna olovka + pastel
Miljenko Horvat was the group’s youngest member
and worked as a painter, architect and photographer.
His early art informel pieces already betray his interest
in the constructive, which would become even more pronounced in his later years in the form of minimalist and computer-generated designs and creations. Horvat also had a penchant for the surreal, which mainly informed his photographic practice.
Plakat za plesnu predstavu - Tashamira gostovati će u Sisku, iz 1936. godine. Iznimno rijetko.
Tashamira, Croatian dancer and choreographer - real name Vera Milcinovic. Tashamira was a student of Rudolph Laban with a significant solo career in the
24 pages, with 12 beautiful original woodcut Ex libris, made by Milenko D. Gjuric, graphic artist and great supporter of the Art of Ex Libris. He made great impact on this and organized exhibitions in Craotia and abroad.
Slavko Matković: Knjiga (The Book)
Osvit , 1979.
Predgovor Balint Szombathy. Tekst na srpskom, mađarskom i engleskom jeziku.
Slavko Matkovic is one of the most prominent Serbian conceptual artists. His work highlights the creative process as opposed to the finished work, and explores such issues as the authorship of a work of art and the relationship between the visual and linguistic spheres, among others. As the most prominent representative of artistic nomadism and in an anticipation of art movements, Matkovic was involved in visual poetry, body art, comics, poetry, painting, performance, film, mail art, etc.
In 1969 in Subotica, Matkovic together with Balint Szombathy established the art group Bosch + Bosch. Within this small community, the group embodied contemporary artistic sensibility. Its art practice fulfilled international artistic aspirations by transcending former aesthetic categories in favor of ethics. The Group founded the magazines "Contractor e972" and "WOW" which published relevant articles in the fields of art and theory.
Belgrade. Formal/Informal: A Research on Urban Transformation
ETH Studio Basel Contemporary City Institute [Editor]
By Roger Diener, Marcel Meili, Christian Mueller Inderbitzin
Scheidegger and Spiess, 2012. Hardcover
Design Ludovic Balland.
ETH Studio Basel, an institute of urban research, undertakes projects that explore the evolution of the contemporary city, looking specifically at how cities transform over time and interact with material space. Belgrade. Formal / Informal presents the fascinating findings of ETH Studio Basel’s research in the former Yugoslavian and now Serbian capital, investigating in particular the city’s development following the international embargo against the Milosevic regime after the Yugoslavian wars of separation in the 1990s until the present day.
This richly illustrated book explores in depth how Belgrade has changed throughout years of upheaval and economic shortage. It shows the result of the interplay between guided and accidental urban planning and construction and the varied architecture that has emerged from this. In essays by architects and urban planners, Belgrade is presented as an example of how contemporary cities develop in an increasingly global community. Of interest to architects and planners, Belgrade. Formal / Informal provides a model of how cities spatially adapt to the constantly expanding needs of their inhabitants.
Mladen Stilinović; Eksploatacija mrtvih / Exploitation of the Dead
Galerija Proširenih medija 1988
Artist Book / Knjiga umjetnika
Tekstovi - Darko Šimičić, Željko Kipke, Branka Stipančić, Želimir Koščević, Miško Šuvaković
neke stanice se razvlače u A3
Stanje - odlično.
Autor: Mladen Stilinović