ONE DAY, 10 September – 10 October, 2010, Museum of Contemporary Art, Belegrade
performance, 2010, Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade (under re-construction)
photo: Milica Lopicic
READING TERROR, 20 August – 18 September,2010, ME contemporary, NY Adelgade 7, Copenhagen
Copenhagen, 2010, photo:David Nikolic
MILICA TOMIC, Safety on the Road, sections of the exhibition were produced by GRUPA SPOMENIK 8 June – 3 July 2010, Opening: Tuesday, June 8, 2010, 7 p.m, CHARIM GALLERY, Dorotheer Gasse 12, Vienna
NOT FOR SALE, 4 June – 3 July, Opening: Friday, 4 June, 2010, 5-8 pm, ME CONTEMPORARY, NY Adelgade, 7, Copenhagen. Works by: Nin Brudermann (A), Ursula Reuter Christiansen (DK), Marco Evaristti (DK), Mathias Kessler (A), Milica Tomic (SRB) & Morten Viskum (N)
Transitland, Moscow Museum of Modern Art (MMOMA), 30.05. – 26.06. /Anri Sala “Intervista”, Egon Bunne “Everything Changes”, Harun Farocki “Videograms of a revolution”, Mariana Vasilieva “Journal”, Hristina Ivanovska “Naming the Bridge: Rosa Plaveva and Nakie Bajram”, Adrian Paci “Turn On”, Milica Tomic “I am Milica Tomic”, Yael Bartana “Mary Koszmary”, Radek Group + Dmitry Gutov “Demonstration”, Eleonore de Montesqiou “Naine”, Arthur Zmijewski “Them”, Martin Zet “Red Daddy”, Kai Kaljo “Loser”, Elena Kovylina “Waltz”/
TRUST, 31 July – 5 September 2010, opening 30 July 2010, U – Center for Art and Creativity, Dortmund, Germany. ‘TRUST’ will be presented at the U – Center for Art and Creativity in Dortmund/Germany. The exhibition will be accompanied by a catalogue. The show will coincide with ISEA2010 RUHR, the 16th International Symposium on Electronic Art. The exhibition is organised by Hartware Media Art Association and is funded by the Art Foundation of North Rhine Westphalia. /Pierre Bastien, Konrad Becker, Sophie Belair-Clement, Verena Friedrich, HC Gilje, Ariel Guzik, Joyce Hinterding, knowbotic research, Joan Leandre, Julien Maire, Seiko Mikami, Naeem Mohaiemen, Carsten Nicolai, Antoine Schmitt, Milica Tomic/
MyWar, 5 June – 29 August 2010, Edith-Ruß-Haus, Group exhibition in cooperation with FACT Liverpool and ISEA 2010/Phil Collins, Renzo Martens, Millica Tomic, Knowbotic Research, Harun Farucki, Sarah Vanagt, Joseph DElappe, Oliver Laric, Dunne & Raby, Harrell Fletcher, SWAMP, and Thompson and Craighead/
XI Media Forum — The official program of the 32 Moscow International Cinema Festival 19-23 June 2010 Moscow International Film Festival This year’s program promises to be especially vivid and intense. We have invited artists from the US, Western, Eastern and Central Europe, the classics of video art and ultramodern media-artists, the founders of the interactive art for the Internet, and those who particularly appreciate the live exchanges with the public. This year, the MediaForum is planning to give the Moscow audience a most thorough introduction to the oeuvre of Gary Hill — one of the most renowned American video artists, one of the pillars who shaped the video-art of today as we know it. His most recent work will be exhibited in GMG Gallery. Classic videos of this artist will be shown at Garage Center for Contemporary Culture where his workshop will also take place. Trendy net artists JODI are responsible for Media Forum parties, and if you know something about net.art, explanation of who they are just isn’t necessary. This time around, they will arrange a live performance at Solyanka club. Also, the best works selections from Ars Electronica and Transmediale festivals as well as Japan Media Art Festival will be shown in the club format. One of the main events of this year — the Transitland retrospective of video art from Central and Eastern Europe spanning from the fall of the Berlin Wall to the present day. There will be events in various formats for this project. For those who like to browse leisurely through artworks returning to see missed parts or favorites again, there will be an exhibition at the Moscow Museum of Modern Art. Those who prefer movie theatres will be able to attend screenings at the Garage Center for Contemporary Culture. The whole program is divided into three thematic video selections, which will be shown separately. Those who appreciate personal conversations with the artists will enjoy the workshops of Anri Sala, Milica Tomic and Egon Bunne. The panel discussion will bring together critics and art historians, who won’t miss the opportunity to express their opinions about video art after the fall of the Berlin Wall. However, those members of our audience who would like to get a thorough impression of the project, shouldn’t miss any of these events: different video works will be shown at each venue.
Wanderlust – Artist talk, film and release 25 May, 7pm, Artist Milica Tomic will speak about her work ‘One Day’, Screening of NP 1977 (1977), a film by Neša Paripović (SRB), Release of STAD #3 Confluence Belgrade
Manufacturing Today | Trondheim bi-annual, 7 April – 16 May 2010, KULTURBUNKER DORA, Trondheim, Sweden. ‘Manufacturing Today’ has been conceived as a five year research project and exhibition based in Norway but created, this time, in collaboration between art academies in Norway, Finland, Lithuania and the UK. This research will be publicly manifested in formal workshop sessions, a symposium, a publication, an exhibition and a series of commissions, all in an effort to address the question of how art and art education might resist instrumentalisation by the art market on one hand and the streamlining efforts of the state on the other. To resist this instrumentalisation means to support the idea of a potential within the institution of art for the imagination of an alternative social order. To focus on education is to engage with real political questions about how institutions shape society. Curator: Cristina Ricupero Concept elaborated jointly with Will Bradley. /Martin Le Chevallier, Annika Eriksson, Frankfurt Free Class, Eva Grubinger, Jens Haaning, Simon Harvey, The Institute for Colour, Susan Kelly, Annette Krauss, Malmö Free University for Women, Regina Möller, Bik van der Pol, Florian Schneider, Sille Storihle & Kristin Tårnes, Superflex, Milica Tomic, UKK, Young Art Workers, Nomeda Urbonas & Gediminas Urbona/
Agents & Provocateurs, HMKV(HartWare MedienKunstVerein), May 15 – July 18, 2010, Dortmund, Germany. The research-based art project Agents & Provocateurs surveys certain forms of confrontation: agency and provocation, both understood as dissenting artistic attitudes. Starting out from the counter-cultural scenes of state-socialist East Central Europe, the project asks what sort of critical potential the oppositional artistic positions of the time really had. Was “oppositional” a self chosen stance, or did the narrow confines of a repressive regime constitute dissident thinkers so? Did artists engage with various aspects of social reality under an autocratic political rule, or were they rather concerned over the infringements of their artistic and intellectual freedom? /Julius von Bismarck (D) Scott Blake (USA) Ondrej Brody (CZ) Jan Budaj (SK) Budapest Reconstruction (H) Ildiko Enyedi (H) Ion Grigorescu (RO) Andris Grinbergs (LV) Igor Grubic (HR) Tibor Hajas (H) Hungarian Two-tailed Dog Party IRWIN (SLO) Künstler informieren Politiker (D) Istvan Kantor (H/CND) Judit Kele (H/F) Andreja Kuluncic (HR) Ivank Lazki (AR) Zbignew Libera (PL) New Collectivism (SLO) Orange Alternative (PL) Tanja Ostojic (RS/D) Ewa Partum (PL/D) Tamas St. Auby (H) Janos Sugar (H) The Yes Men (USA) Milica Tomic (RS) U.R.A. FILOART VALIE EXPORT (A) Zelimir Zilnik (RS)
MyWar, 12 March – 30 May 2010, FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology), Liverpool In a period of global unrest, FACT presents MyWar, a radically personal look at conflict through the work of 12 international artists. Their artwork investigates the reality of conflict at a time when digital networking has changed the way we receive and respond to information. /Phil Collins, Renzo Martens, Millica Tomic, Knowbotic Research, Harun Farucki, Sarah Vanagt, Joseph DElappe, Oliver Laric, Dunne & Raby, Harrell Fletcher, SWAMP, and Thompson and Craighead/
Gender Check, Feminity and Masculinity in the Art of Eastern Europe, 19 March – 30 June 2010 The first comprehensive exhibition featuring art from Eastern Europe since the 1960s based on the theme of gender roles. Gender Check follows the changes in the representation of male and female role models in art – especially as they develop under different socio-political conditions.
On the Eastern Front│video art from central and eastern europe 1989–2009, January 22, 2010. – March 07, 2010. /Gordana Andjelić-Galić, Apsolutno, Azorro, Yael Bartana, Pavel Braila, Egon Bunne, Chto Delat, Kaspars Goba, Gusztáv Hámos, Ana Hušman, Kai Kaljo, Šejla Kamerić, Szabolcs KissPál, Damir Nikšić, Adrian Paci, Radek Community + Dmitry Gutov, Józef Robakowski, Anri Sala, András Sólyom, Milica Tomić, Artur Żmijewski│Curators: Rita Kálmán, Tijana Stepanović/
Until February 28, 2010 Lecture Performence, group exhibition curated by Jelena Vesić, Radmila Joksimović, Kathrin Jentjens, and Anja Nathan-Dorn. With the works by: Fia Backström, Walter Benjamin, Pauline Boudry/Renate Lorenz, Dan Graham, Andrea Fraser, Mark Leckey, Robert Morris, Pinky Show, Piratbyrån, Martha Rosler, Grupa Spomenik, TkH, V-Girls, Jeronimo Voss, and Katarina Zdjelar&Jan Verwoert.
Quartet–Four Biennials Reflected in Prints, International Centre of Graphic Arts (MGLC), 21 January – 21 March 2010, Ljubljana, SLO Exhibition presents print portfolios from four biennials (Hamburg 1985, Sydney 1990, Istanbul 1995, and Cetinje 2005) containing more than eighty graphic works by sixty well-known and established artists from all over the world; thus it mirrors the development of art in the past twenty years. These print portfolios represent a unique artistic and art-historical achievement, for they show the development of printmaking techniques and their involvement in the context of contemporary art. They present artists from different generations and different geographical settings; in this way they tear down borders and encourage further communication and creative possibilities – which is also what reproduced, multiplied, and distributed art generally does. Curator of the exhibition is René Block /Marina Abramovic 1946, RS Dennis Adams 1948, US Nevin Aladag 1972, TR Halil Altindere 1971, TR Maja Bajevic 1966, BA Joseph Beuys 1921-1986, DE Barbara Bloom 1951, US Luchezar Boyadjiev 1957, BG KP Brehmer 1938-1997, DE Janet Burchill 1955, AU John Cage 1912-1992, US Tony Cragg 1949, UK Danica Dakic 1962, BA Braco Dimitrijevic 1948, BA Ayse Erkmen 1949, TR Jakup Ferri 1981, KS Robert Filliou 1926-1987, FR Rosalie Gascoigne 1917-1999, AU, NZ Richard Hamilton 1922, UK Mona Hatoum 1952, LB Edi Hila 1949, AL Rebecca Horn 1944, DE IRWIN SI Sanja Ivekovic 1949, HR Alfredo Jaar 1956, CL Ilya & Emilia Kabakov RU Sejla Kameric 1976, BA Allan Kaprow 1927-2006, US Gülsün Karamustafa 1946, TR Per Kirkeby 1938, DK Komar & Melamid RU Vlado Martek 1951 Olaf Metzel 1952, DE Tatsuo Miyajima 1957, JP Aydan Murtezaoglu 1961, TR Oliver Musovik 1971, MK Bjørn Nørgaard 1947, DK Nam June Paik 1932-2006, KR Dan Perjovschi 1961, RO Marjetica Potrc 1953, SI Anri Sala 1974, AL Bülent Sangar 1965, TR Sarkís 1938, TR Julian Schnabel 1951, US Erzèn Shkololli 1976, RS Nedko Solakov 1957, BG Serge Spitzer 1951, US Mladen Stilinovic 1947, RS André Thomkins 1930-1985, CH Rasa Todosijevic 1945, RS Jelena Tomasevic 1974, ME Milica Tomic 1960, RS Jalal Toufic 1962, LB Rosemarie Trockel 1952, DE Peter Tyndall 1951, AU Ken Unsworth 1931, AU Ben Vautier 1935, FR Boyd Webb 1947, NZ Lawrence Weiner 1940, US Richard Wentworth 1943, UK Emmett Williams 1925-2007, US Maaria Wirkkala 1954, FI./
HISTORY, MEMORY, IDENTITY: contemporary photography from Eastern Europe, 3 December 2009 – 14 March 2010, Modena, Italy. The Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Modena is proud to announce the leading event among the exhibitions promoted by the Fondazione Fotografia in 2009-2010: History, Memory, Identity: contemporary photography from Eastern Europe, a rich and thorough exhibition dedicated to the protagonists of Eastern Europe art scene. As in the title, History, Memory and Identity are the main themes of this major exhibition, real “open questions” for many eastern European citizens who – after the fall of the Berlin wall on 9th November 1989, faced a radical change during their history and, as a consequence, find it difficult to give themselves a new identity. The exhibition presents 29 artists coming from 18 different countries, among which the Russian Federation, Lithuania, Estonia, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, Serbia e Croatia,many of whom are exhibiting for the first time in Italy. More than 150 works will be on display, not only photographs but also movies and video installations. Julius Koller, Artur Zmijewski, Adrian Paci, Milica Tomic, the IRWIN group, Mladen Stilinovic, Maja Bajevic, Roman Ondak, Calin Dan, Iosif Kiraly, are famous international artists, while others, such as Fikret Atay, Andreas Fogarasi,Banu Cennetoglu are younger but already known on the international art circuit. Among the emerging talents: Anetta Mona-Chisa & Lucia Tkacova, Gintaras Didziapetris, Alexandra Croitoru..