EASTERN EUROPEAN CATALOGUES / BOOKS / PERIODICALS / ARTISTS

CATALOGUES       
       
After the Wall  Elliott, David   1999  Moderna Museet, Stockholm 
Ars Aevi - International Cultural Project  Comi, Enrico R. , Bruno Cora, Zadenka Badovinac, Izeta Gradevic and Chiara Bertola 1999  Museum of Contemporary Art, Sarajevo 
Beyond Belief: Contemporary Art from East Central Europe  Hoptman, Laura J. 1995  MoCA, Chicago 
Blut & Honig [Blood and Honey]  Szeemann, Harald  2003  Sammlung Essl, Vienna 
Body and the East: From the 1960s to the Present  Badovinac, Zdenka 1998 Moderna galerija, Ljubljana
Collected Views from East to West  [no catalogue] Breitwieser, Sabine 2004 Generali Foundation, Vienna
Construction in Process  Wasko, Ryszard  1981  37 Pkwn Street, Lodz, Poland 
Cordially Invited, episode 3 [Who if not we...]  Hlavajova, Maria  2004  BAK basis voor actuele kunst
Form Specific  Badovinac, Zdenka 2003  Moderna Galerija Ljubljana
House in Time  Badovinac, Zdenka 1995 Moderna galerija, Ljubljana
In and Out: Onufri 2000  Muka, Edi and Gezim Qendo 2000  National Gallery of Arts, Tirana
In Another Moment / At the Moment Dimitrijevic, Braco 1971 Gallery SKG, Belgrade
In the Gorges of the Balkan  Block, Rene 2003  KunsthalleFridericianum, Kassel 
Parallel Actions: Conceptual Tendencies in Central European Art from 1965-1980 [no catalogue] Saxenhuber, Hedwig and Georg Schollhammer  2003 Austrian Cultural Forum, New York 
Textiles Without Textiles (individual artist contributions - ed. of 300)  Galantai, Gyorgy  1980  Artpool, Budapest 
The Art of Eastern Europe  Badovinac, Zdenka 2001 Moderna galerija Ljubljana 
The Art of Eastern Europe in Dialogue with the West Badovinac, Zdenka 2000 Moderna galerija Ljubljana 
The Misfits: Conceptualist Strategies in Croatian Contemporary Art  Milovac, Tihomir 2002  Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb 
Works and Words  Gribling, Frank + 1980 De Apel, Amsterdam
       
NOTE: ADDITIONAL CATALOGUES IN THE COLLECTION WHICH ARE NOT INDEXED ARE LISTED BELOW      
       
BOOKS       
       
East Art Map  IRWIN (editors)  2006 Afterall Books 
Primary Documents: A Sourcebook for Easterns and Central European Art Since the 1950s  Hoptman, Laura and Tomas Pospiszyl   2002 The Museum of Modern Art, New York
The New Art Practice in Yugoslavia 1966-1978  Susovski, Marijan  1978  Gallery of Contemporary Art, Zagreb 
       
NOTE: ADDITIONAL BOOKS IN THE COLLECTION WHICH ARE NOT INDEXED ARE LISTED BELOW      
       
PERIODICALS      
       
Flash Art: Venice Biennale Issue '76 various 1976 Flash Art
Vision Number 2 (Eastern Europe) Tom Marioni, editor 1976  Crown Point Press 
       
ARTISTS       
       
Abramovic, Marina
1946, Belgrade, Serbia    
Apsolutno  Founded in 1993, Novi Sad, Yugoslavia     
Balka, Miroslaw  1958, Warsaw, Poland    
Beqiri, Sokol  1964, Peja, Kosovo    
Boyadjiev, Luchezar 1957, Sofia, Bulgaria    
Bralia, Pavel
1971, Chisinau, Republic of Moldova    
David, Jiri  1956, Rumburk, Czech Republic - Lives and works in Prague    
Dimitrijevic, Braco
1948, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina    
Dimitrijevic, Nena
     
Djordjevic, Mirjana  1967, Belgrade     
Dubossarsky, Vladimir & Alexander Vinogradov
1964 / 1963, Moscow    
Erdely, Miklos  1928, Budapest, Hungary - 1986    
Export, Valie
1940, Linz, Austria - Lives and works in Vienna    
Filko, Stanislov (Stano)
1937, Bratislava, Slovakia    
Gotovac, Tomislav
1937, Sombor, Serbia    
Hajdinaj, Alban 1974, Tirana, Albania    
Hila, Edi 1949, Shkoder, Albania - lives in Tirana     
IRWIN  Founded in 1983, Slovenia    
Ivekovic, Sanja
1949, Zagreb, Croatia    
Kabakov, Ilya
1933, Dnepropetrovsk, Russia    
Knizak, Milan
1940, Plzen, Czech Republic    
Kolar, Juri 1914, Protivin, Bohemia, Czech Republic    
Koller, Julius
1939, Piestany, Czech Republic    
Kopystainsky, Igor
Lviv, Ukraine - Lives and works in Berlin and New York     
Kopystainsky, Svetlana
Voronezh, Russia - Lives and works in Berlin and New York     
Kovanda, Jiri
1953, Prague, Czech Republic    
Kozlowski, Jaroslaw
1945, Poznan, Poland    
Lewandowsky, Via
1963, Dresden    
Little Warsaw
   
LL, Natalia
[Natalia Lach Lachowicz] 1937, Zywiec, Poland - Lives and works in Warsaw    
Malich, Karel 1924, Holice, Czechoslovakia    
Mancuska, Jan 1972, Bratislava, lives and works in Prague    
Martinis, Dalibor
1947, Zagreb, Croatia    
Miler, Karel  1940, Prague, Czech Republic    
Mlcoch, Jan
1953, Prague, Czech Republic    
Misheff, Alzek  1940, Bulgaria     
OHO Group  1966-1971, Slovenia / Yugoslavia    
Ondak, Roman
     
Opalka, Roman
     
Paci, Adrian  1969, Shkoder, Albania - Lives and works in Milan, Italy     
Perjovschi, Dan  1961, Sibiu, Romania - Lives and works in Buckarest    
Perjovschi, Lia
1961, Sibiu, Romania - Lives and works in Bucharest    
Petercol, Goran
1949, Pula, Croatia - Lives and works in Zagreb    
Potrc, Marjetca
1953, Ljubljana, Slovenia    
Sala, Anri
1974, Tirane, Albania - Lives and works in Paris     
Simittchiev, Vassil  1938, Sofia, Bulgaria    
skart  1990, Founded by Dragan Protic and Djordje Balmazovic, Belgrade     
Sokov, Leonid
1941, Mikhalevo, Russia    
Solakov, Nedko
1957, Crveni Brjag, Bulgaria - Lives and works in Sofia    
Stembera, Petr
1945, Plzen, Czech Republic - Lives in Prague    
Sterbak, Jana
1955, Prague - moved in 1968 to Canada - Lives and works in Toronto and New York    
Stilinovic, Mladen  1947, Belgrade, Serbia    
subREAL Bucharest, Romania    
Swidzinski, Jan Poland     
Todosijevic, Rasa  1947, Belgrade, Serbia    
Tomic, Milica
1960, Belgrade, Serbia    
Tot, Endre
1937, Sumeg, Hungary - Lives and works in Koln    
Trbuljak, Goran  1948, Varazdin, Croatia - Lives and works in Zagreb    
Valoch, Jiri
1946, Brno, Czech Republic    
Alexander Vinogradov & Dubossarsky, Vladimir  1964 / 1963, Moscow    
Wodiczko, Krzysztof  1943, Warsaw, Poland    
       
       
ADDITIONAL CATALOGUES (NOT INDEXED)      
       
After Perestroika: Kitchenmaids or Stateswomen Independent Curators Inc.  1993  Includes: Ilya Kabakov / Komar & Melamid / Svetlana Kopystiansky / Leonid Sokov
Albania Today: The Time of Ironic Optimism 48th Biennale di Venezia / Curated by Edi Muka 1999  Includes: Alban Hajdini / Edi Hila / Adrian Paci / Edi Rama / Anri Sala 
Artists on Space / Artysci o przestrzeni National Museum of Warsaw 1987   
Bound/less Borders > Goethe Institute Inter Nationes Belgrade 2002  Includes: Vuk Cosic / Alban Hajdinaj / Edi Hila / Adrian Paci Anri Sala / subREAL
Bukarest Nach ' 89 / Kunst in Rumanien heute Ludwig Forum, Aachen  1996  Includes: Dan Perjovschi / subREAL
Contemporary Russian Artists Museo d'Arte Contemporanea Luigi Pecci, Prato 1990  Includes: Ilya Kabakov / Igor & Svetlana Kopystiansky /  
Czech Art in the Velvet Revolution  Nassau County Museum of Art  1990   
Epicenter Ljubljana  Moderna galerija Ljubljana / Curated by Harald Szeemann 1997  Includes: Mario Merz / Pipilotti Rist 
Expressiv: Cantral European Art since 1960  Museum moderner Kunst, Vienna / Hirshhorn Museum, Washington, D.C.  1987  Includes: Miklos Erdely / Karel Malich 
Galerija Skuc 1999 / 2000 Galerija Skuc  2002  Includes: Marjetica Potrc / Ilya Kabakov / Goran Petercol / Olafur Eliasson / P.A.R.S.I.T.E. / Antal Lakner ++
Hungria 74 en el CAYC  Centro de Arte y Comunicacion, Buenos Aires  1974  Includes: Niklos Erdely, Adam Keri, Andre Tot ++ 
In de ussr en erbuiten / In the USSR and Beyond Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam 1990  Includes: Ilya Kabakov / Komar & Melamid / Leonid Sokov
Nova stvarnost / New Objectivity in Slovene Photography  Moderna galerija Ljubljana 1998   
Obserwatorium: Exhibition of Young Hungarian Artists from the '90s Cantrum Sztuki Wspolczesnej Zamek 1998  Includes: Antal Lakner
Out of Eastern Europe: Private Photography List visual Arts Center, MIT 1987  Includes: Milan Knizak 
Out of the Shadows: Photobased Art from the Baltics  Wellington B. Gray Gallery, East Carolina University 1998   
Projekt Tovarna / The Factory Project  Prague  2001 Includes: Jiri Beranek  
Public Rituals Art / Videos from Poland  MUMOK - Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig, Vienna  2003  Includes: Azorro 
Remembrance: Russian Post-Modern Nostalgia  INTART 2003  Includes: Ilya Kabakov / Komar & Melamid / Leonid Sokov 
Self-Identification: Positions in St. Petersburg Art from 1970 to Today ARS Baltica  1994
Sots Art  The New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York  1986 Includes: Komar & Melamid / Leonid Sokov 
The Baltic Times  Muzej suvreremene umjetnosti, Zagreb 1991  Includes: Academic Training Group / Deimantas Narkevicius / Ene-Liis Semper / Jaan Toomik
The Routes of European culture: Lodz / Bratislava / Brussels / Berllin  Wydawnictwo Hotel Sztuki 1992  Includes: Stano Filko and Julius Koller 
Tisina / Silence: Contradictory  Shapes of Truth Moderna galerija Ljubljana  1992   
Umelci Divus, Prague 2002  Includes: Stano Filko / Jiri Kovanda / Roman Ondak  
Ways of Worldmaking  Mucsarnok, Budapest  2001   
Zeit SpieJunge Ungarische Kunst [in German] IFA, Berlin 1999 Includes: Antal Lakner
     
       
ADDITIONAL BOOKS (NOT INDEXED)       
       
Balkan as Metephor: Between Globalization and Fragmentation  The MIT Press  2002   
Between the Utopias: New Russian Art during and after Perestroika [1985-1993] Craftsman House 1995 Oleg Kulik
Postmodernism and the Postsocialist Condition  University of California Press  2003 Includes: Braco Dimitrijevic / Irwin / Ilya Kabakov / Milan Knizak / Karel Miler / Jan Mlcoch / Petr Stembra / Mladen Stilinovic / subREAL / Balint Szombathy / Rasa Todosijevic / Goran Trbuljak
Tvrdohlavi (text in Czech)  Silver Screen, Prague 1999  Includes: Jiri David  
Video umetnost u Srbiji / Video Art in Serbia  Center for Contemporary Art, Belgrade 1999 Includes: Milica Tomic / Dragoljub Rasa Todosijevic / Skart / Balint Szombathy / Apsolutno / Marina Abramovic