Exhibition in the Graphic Collective Gallery, Belgrade, 1995
The conceptual work of photography by a woman artist, produced in the strongly controlled conditions that characterise totalitarian regimes, was seen by the public for the first time at the 1995 exhibition ‘Days of Pain and Pride’. In the course of those intermediate fifteen years, society had changed and the work was viewed in another context. The horrors of the 1990s, the hunger and wars, had contributed to shift the perspective on ‘Days of Pain and Pride’ which was now viewed with nostalgia and connected with memories of better, more prosperous and peaceful times. The work comprises 38 photographs taken by the artist in 1980 and developed in 1992.
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- Ristivojevic, Senka