Posebna ponuda

  • Vlado Martek
  • Braco Dimitrijević
  • Raša Todosijević
  • Mladen Stilinović
  • avant-garde covers
  • Radovan Ivšić
cijena: 6.500 kn ubaci u košaricu Dragoljub Raša Todosijević Was ist kunst, Marinela Koželj?
  • izdavač: Beograd
  • godina: 1978
  • izdanje: prvo
  • uvez:
  • format: 86x68 cm
  • broj stranica: 1
  • potpis: author

Dragoljub Raša Todosijević - potpisani plakat, 86 x 68 cm, presavijan  - Was ist kunst, Marinela Koželj - IIDP, SKC- Beograd 1978. godine. 

Stanje - odlično.

Reč je o video-performansu iz Todosijevićevog projekta “Was ist Kunst?” koji je realizovao u nekoliko verzija u drugoj polovini 70-ih (1975-1981), počev od rada “Was ist Kunst, Patrizia Hennings?” U toj seriji performansa, u kojima su učesnice bile isključivo žene, Todosijević je zapovednim, isledničkim tonom do iznemoglosti ponavljao pitanje: “Šta je umetnost?” na nemačkom jeziku, ostajući bez odgovora.

Rad “Was ist Kunst, Marinela Koželj?” realizovan je u Studentskom kulturnom centru u Beogradu, uz učešće Marinele Koželj, umetnikove životne saputnice, koja nemo reaguje na iznervirano, često povišenim tonom postavljano pitanje koje prate agresivne manipulacije Todosijevića po njenoj kosi i licu. izvor SEEcult

Dragoljub Raša Todosijević (Belgrade, Serbia, 1945.) He graduated at the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade, in 1969. He works and lives in Belgrade, Serbia. Todosijević is one of the key protagonists of the circle of Belgrade conceptual artists. In the late 1960s and early 1970s, he had made radical steps away from the ideology and practice of socialist modernism, taking part in the new movements that were emerging on the world scene. 

Together with his colleagues (Marina Abramović, Era Milivojević, Neša Paripović, Zoran Popović and Gergelj Urkom) gathering in the Student Cultural Center in Belgrade, he contributed to the affirmation of the so called New Artistic Practice throughout the territory of former Yugoslavia, and profoundly influenced many contemporary artists. His work is intensely imbued with political and social criticism, through constant questioning and reexamining of traditional cultural and art systems, as well as society, as a whole.

Todosijević also writes theoretical texts, fine art criticism, and stories