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Exploring how political and social transformations in Eastern Europe have found effect in all areas of art practice since the end of the Cold War, this issue points to the interaction between Eastern European artists with their own traditions and the diversity of media and contemporary theory developed in the West. Material is drawn from several Eastern European countries including the Czech Republic and Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia, Poland and Russia, with features on Neue Slowenische Kunst and Irwin , Ilya Kabakov, writings by Slavoi Zizek and an interview with Milan Knizak. The collapse of ideologies, search for national identity, the representation of violence and conflict as well as the hopes for the future are powerfully reflected in this unique issue of Art & Design.
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Book Description Wiley, 1994. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1854902180