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A wide-ranging and detailed survey dedicated to the protagonists of the contemporary art scene in Eastern Europe. As the title suggests, ‘History, Memory and Identity’ are the principle “open questions” for many countries in Eastern Europe that have over the past 20 years seen their course in history change radically in the wake of the fall of the Berlin wall on 9th November 1989.
The catalogue includes 29 artists from 18 countries, including the Russian Federation, Lithuania, Estonia, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, Serbia and Croatia, many of which presented here for the first time in a survey comprising more than 150 photographs, films and video-installations.
Contemporary Photography from Eastern Europe is the next title in the Contemporary Photography series, a continuation of Contemporary Photography from the Far East, both must-haves for serious photography lovers.
Marika Asatiani (Georgia), Fikret Atay (Turkey), Maja Bajevic (Bosnia), Banu Cennetoglu (Turkey), Alexandra Croitoru (Rumania), Calin Dan (Rumania), Gintaras Didziapetris (Lithuania), Andreas Fogarasi (Hungary), Jitka Hanzlova (Czech Republic), Swetlana Heger (Czech Republic), IRWIN (Slovenia), Anastasia Khoroshilova (Russia), Iosif Kiraly (Rumania), Julius Koller (Slovakia), Zbigniew Libera (Poland), Anetta Mona-Chisa & Lucia Tkacova (Czech Republic and Slovakia), Ivan Moudov (Bulgaria), Oliver Musovik (Macedonia), Anna Niesterowicz (Poland), Roman Ondak ( Slovakia), Adrian Paci (Albania), Aleksander Petlura (Ukraine), Renata Poljak (Croatia), Konrad Pustola (Poland), Karolina Raczynska (Poland),
Ene-Liis Sempre (Estonia), Mladen Stilinovic (Serbia), Milica Tomic (Serbia), Artur Zmijewski (Poland).