Drangularijum, Student Cultural Centre, 1971
The exhibition represented the first radical turn away from the sober, modernist presentation of artworks towards a new conceptual form of display. Various artists took part in the exhibition, among them representatives of the Group of Six Artists. The artists were invited to display selected objects of personal meaning to them. Zoran Popović exhibited a radio, a chessboard and a photo album; Marina Abramović showed the objects 'Cloud I' and 'Cloud II' and a pair of glasses; Neša Paripović chose an ashtray, a polaroid and a parallelepiped; Era Milivojević displayed sewing patterns, and Raša Todosijević the young woman ‘Marinela’ who appears in his video art, a blue side-table with a bottle on it, and the object ‘Chair for little Calder’... Through the presentation of the most diverse objects with a specific meaning for them, the artists examined the status of untypical art objects and broke with the classical work of art in the form of classical sculpture or painting as taught at the Academy.
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- Krstić, Katarina