In the summer edition of Maska, we continue with the problematization of the state of production conditions in contemporary art. This time, we present texts that consider the practical examples of production conditions in the Slovene and international context and show the relations that define the current state in the field of art and culture. In the main topic you can find among others, Primoz Jesenko's article on the state of Slovenian theater, Petja Grafenauer Krnc's discussion on the problem of contemporary art museum in Ljubljana, Tomaz Zaniuk's contribution on politization of production conditions in Art in the case of the closure of Art Centre Sredisce, dancer Eleanor Bauer's reflection on the state of transnational Brussels dance community, Maria Lind's text on European cultural policies and Alexander Karschnia's article on performance practice as development & research.
This issue comes with a bilingual Croatian-Slovene leaflet on Rade Pregac, theater director, actor, writter and translator who founded the Maska magazine in 1921 and was its first editor. The leaflet was edited by Marjana Mirkovic, financed by government of Slovenia's office for Slovenes Abroad and published by cultural society Sneznik from Lovran.
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