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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages 1-7
  2. Francesca von Habsburg
    Pages 8-13
  3. Ivaylo Ditchev
    Pages 14-17
  4. Kutlug Ataman
    Pages 18-19
  5. Kutlug Atman
    Pages 20-25
  6. Daniela Zyman
    Pages 26-33
  7. Irit Rogoff
    Pages 34-37
  8. Matei Bejenaru
    Pages 38-51
  9. Branislav Dimitrijević
    Pages 52-55
  10. Nedko Solakov
    Pages 56-61
  11. Iara Boubnova
    Pages 62-67
  12. Želimir Žilnik
    Pages 68-75
  13. Gabrielle Cram
    Pages 76-79
  14. Teofil Pančić, Nebojša Grujičić
    Pages 80-85
  15. Zoran Pantelić, Kristian Lukić
    Pages 86-89
  16. Renata Poljak
    Pages 90-95
  17. Nataša Ilić
    Pages 96-101
  18. Sezgin Boynik
    Pages 102-107
  19. László Csáki, Szabolcs Pálfi
    Pages 114-119
  20. Zoltan Sebők
    Pages 120-125
  21. Sorin Antohi
    Pages 126-131
  22. Anetta Mona Chisa, Lucia Tkáčová
    Pages 132-137
  23. Konstantin Akinsha
    Pages 138-143
  24. Boris Ondreicka
    Pages 144-147
  25. Emanuel Danesch, David Rych
    Pages 152-153
  26. Marina Gržinić
    Pages 154-159
  27. Daniela Zyman, Gabrielle Cram
    Pages 160-169
  28. Back Matter
    Pages 170-182

About this book

Introduction

During May and June 2006, artist Kutlug Ataman’s award-winning film installation Küba is travelling aboard the Negrelli, a converted container barge, up the Danube River from the Black Sea to Vienna. Slowly, against the current, Küba will navigate Europe’s oldest trade route and cultural artery through Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia and Montenegro, Croatia, Hungary, and Slovakia to its heart in Austria. At each stop, in each country, a new work specifically commissioned by Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary is presented in dialogue with Ataman’s installation. Matei Bejenaru, Nedko Solakov, Zelimir Zilnik, Renata Poljak, László Csáki and Szabolcs Pálfi, Anetta Mona Chisa and Lucia Tkácová, Emanuel Danesch and David Rych speak in different tongues through their individual artistic projects about minorities, invisible communities, their migrations, histories and memories, and the survival skills learnt to protect their identity and self-representation. Küba: Journey Against the Current is a local and international project intended to provide an artistic response to the complex challenges presented by recent socio-political developments In Europe.

Keywords

Ataman, Kutlug Küba contemporary art identity migration minorities

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/3-211-38214-3
  • Copyright Information Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary, Vienna 2006
  • Publisher Name Springer, Vienna
  • Print ISBN 978-3-211-36513-7
  • Online ISBN 978-3-211-38214-1
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