Art in a Third Space: New Tendencies and the non-aligned avant-gardes


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„Art in a third space“ uses the metaphor and reality of non-aligned modernism as a way of accessing the rich transdisciplinary origins of New Tendencies, an international „abstract“ art movement which lasted from 1961 to 1973 and had its centre in Zagreb, Croatia. Former Yugoslavia's self-managed socialism created unique conditions that enabled New Tendencies to emerge, a contemporary of Pop Art and Minimalism, and an early precursor of media art.

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