Kiosk – Platform for contemporary art is non-governmental, non-profit organization working in the fields of arts and culture. Kiosk facilitates and supports cooperation between artists and cultural operators from all fields of contemporary art. It believes innovative artistic activities foster openness and provides better understanding of the social and political difficulties underlying modern society.
In a series of video interviews Raša Todosijević, Era Milivojević, Dunja Blažević, Ješa Denegri and Jasna Tijardović reflected on the period of the 70’s in Belgrade. This was the period when a new artistic scene, defined by Ješa Denegri as ‘New Artistic Practices’, was emerging. The focus of the interviews was work within the Student Cultural Centre of Belgrade when some of the most important art projects in the second half of the 20th century in this region were developed.→
The Family Album project was realised as a participatory artwork, in which our interlocutors got to create representative images of themselves and their families – from selecting the photographs to deciding how the family would be photographed at the end. With this work method, we tried to avoid as much as possible imposing any pre designed image of the Roma community, hoping to make the family members’ stories available to the wide public.→
*The exhibition entitled The Most Beautiful Building is based on new artistic productions that examine space, history and the present condition of the Belgrade Cooperative building from different aspects.*→
‘Displacements’ project has been initiated as a collaborative platform to explore the principal aspects of contemporary art production and live performance in digital space.→
As a starting point, curators chose the phenomena of the Youth Day celebrations and it’s closing ceremony – Slet. The concept the exhibition explores is the nature of collective memory and the perception of historical heritage. Newly produced artworks, created by young artists for this exhibition, are displayed together with well-known pieces by established artists.→