CROSSING STORIES AND SPACES

The co-creative exhibition project EVROVIZION. CROSSING STORIES AND SPACES explores the current and social and political climate in Europe and the idea of a European identity. The focus is on less visible and marginalised geopolitical and cultural spaces, in particular in southeast and eastern Europe. These are so-called semi-peripheries and places of diversity that often play only a minor role in many international theoretical discourses and exhibition practices.

In close cooperation with regional protagonists and each local art scene, new artistic projects will be added to the exhibition during the course of its tour. The aim is to reflect on contemporary social and political challenges, and to make specific local impulses visible in order to generate the continuous and flowing development of dialogue spaces.

The exhibition title EVROVIZION is a construct made of similar and yet still different languages – Eurovisione / Evrovizija/ Евровизия – a fusion of potential unities; a free version of potential togetherness.

EVROVIZION.CROSSING STORIES AND SPACES  is organized in Novi Sad in cooperation with the Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina and the Goethe-Institut Serbia. The exhibition is part of the 'Novi Sad – European Capital of Cultureprogram'.

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Program

Premiere

  • Friday, 26.11.2021 | 19:00 with performance MONUMENT: NO ONE IS LOST by Ivana Ivkovic

Artists participating in the supporting programme in Novi Sad: 

Igor Bošnjak, Vajiko Chachkhiani, Lana Čmajčanin, Ivana Ivković, Vladimir Miladinović, Henrike Naumann, Slavs and Tatars, Adnan Softić

Project Trailer EVROVIZION

Exhibitions worldwide

With over 20 touring exhibitions currently travelling across the globe and with its diverse event programmes on contemporary art, the ifa links the German art scene with internationally active cultural creators and forms cooperations and networks. The projects, many of which were developed in co-creation with local partners, cover the various disciplines of modern and contemporary fine arts – from current themes in architecture, photography and design to Bauhaus and monographic exhibitions such as Rosemarie Trockel or Wolfgang Tillmans. These projects generate local meeting platforms and allow international perspectives on topics of global relevance. The ifa also provides loan exhibits to interested museums.

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