artists & participants

Dominik AES+FEmese BenczurLuchezar BoyadjievPavel BrailaSergej BratkowVeronika BromovaDavid CernyAttila CsörgöDanica DakicPlamen DejanoffRoza El-HassanDavid ElliottMiklos ErhardtVadim FishkinGunda FörsterGints GabransLyudmila GorlovaMarina GrzinicGeorgy GurjanovSwetlana HegerGeorg Herold IrwinSanja IvekovicPiotr JarosKai KaljoKeti KapanadzeKristof KinteraIosif KiralyKatarzyna KozyraOleg KulikGiedrius KumetaitisAntal LaknerYuri LeidermanDominik LejmanVitaly LevchenyaVia LewandowskyZbigniew LiberaCalin ManMilovan MarkovicBoris MikhailovIris Müller-WestermannKriszta NagyDeimantas NarkeviciusZoran NaskovskiIlona NemethCarsten NicolaiOlaf NicolaiAudrius NovickasRoman OndakBojana PejicMarko PeljhanDan PerjovschiTadej PogacarUlf PuderFranc PurgEgle RakauskaiteKoka RamishviliMindaugas RataviciusNeo RauchPeter RonaiAnri SalaAidan SalakhovaArsen SavadovIgor SavchenkoTilo SchulzKalin SerapionovAnatolij ShuravlevLiina SiibNedko SolakovMladen Stilinovic subREALAgnes SzépfalviBalint SzombathySimonas TarvydasFrank ThielOlga TobrelutsRasa TodosijevicSlaven ToljMilica TomicJaan ToomikZaneta VangeliMark VerlanYevgeny YufitAnita ZabilevskaArtur Zmijewski 

press release

The project sheds light on the visual art, film, photography and video that have grown up in Eastern and Central Europe and the former Soviet Union, during the decade after perestroika and the fall of the Berlin Wall. In collaboration with the cultural ministries of the countries involved and with Soros Cultural Centres, the project will be presented as an exhibition, book and a symposium. The purpose of the project is to define the present situation in terms of the changes that have taken place and the scope of this changes in the respective countries. The symposium is arranged in cooperation with the Swedish Institute/Partnership for Culture. The exhibition will be highly selective and only pieces shown on a qualitative basis will be exhibited. It is intended that the exhibition can also be set up outside the walls of Moderna Museet, in other places in Stockholm and eventually tour in both western and eastern Europe. Curators: Chief Curator Bojana Pejic, (Berlin) with David Elliott, Director of Moderna Museet and Iris Müller-Westermann, Curator of Moderna Museet, projectleader.

An accompaning publication in English is being published with specially commissioned essays, an anthology of art criticism, illustrations of the work in the exhibition, biographies of the artists and a full political and cultural chronology, SEK 450. An Exhibition Guide in Swedish is being published, ca 150 pages

only in german

After the Wall
Art and culture in post-Communist Europe / Kunst und Kultur im postkommunistischen Europa
Kuratoren: Bojana Pejic, David Elliott, Iris Müller-Westermann

mit AES+F, Tatyana Antoshina, Ilir Bajri, Emese Benczur, Luchezar Boyadjiev, Veronika Bromova, Violeta Bubelyte, David Cerny, Attila Csörgo, Danica Dakic, Plamen Dejanoff, Swetlana Heger, Iskra Dimitrova, Lilia Dragnev, Lucia Macari, Roza El-Hassan, Miklos Erhardt, Vadim Fishkin, Gunda Förster, Gints Gabrans, Ines Pormale, Lyudmila Gorlova, Cosmin Gradinaru, Marina Grzinic, Georgy Gurjanov, Besnik Haxhilliari, Georg Herold, Irwin , Sanja Ivekovic, Zusanna Janin, Piotr Jaros, Inessa Josing, Kai Kaljo, Keti Kapanadze, Kristof Kintera, Iosif Kiraly, Tomasz Kizny, Artur Klinow, Sergey Kozhemyakin, Katarzyna Kozyra, Rassim Kristev, Miroslav Kulchitsky, Vadim Checkorsky, Oleg Kulik, Giedrius Kumetaitis, Mindaugas Ratavicius, Simonas Tarvydas, Antal Lakner, Yuri Leiderman, Dominik Lejman, Vitaly Levchenya, Via Lewandowsky, Zbigniew Libera, Maja Licul, Tanya Lieberman, LN Women League Project Latvia, Nikolos Lomaschwili, Calin Man, Milovan Markovic, Dalibor Martinins, Boris Mikhailov, Sergej Bratkow, Sergej Solonskij, Galina Moskaleva, Igor Moukhin, Kriszta Nagy, Deimantas Narkevicius, Zoran Naskovski, Ilona Nemeth, Carsten Nicolai, Olaf Nicolai, Audrius Novickas, Roman Ondák, Tadej Pogacar & P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E., Marko Peljhan, Dan Perjovschi, Ulf Puder, Franc Purg, Egle Rakauskaite, Koka Ramishvili, Neo Rauch, Peter Ronai, Robert Rumas, Anri Sala, Aidan Salakhova, Azat Sargsyan, Arsen Savadov, Juriy Senchenko, Oleksandr Kharchenko, Igor Savchenko, Tilo Schulz, Yevgeny Semionov, Kalin Serapionov, Anatolij Shuravlev, Liina Siib, Harutyun Simonyan, Konstantin Skotnikov, Nedko Solakov, Mladen Stilinovic, subREAL, Agnes Szépfalvi, Balint Szombathy, Frank Thiel, Olga Tobreluts, Rasa Todosijevic, Slaven Tolj, Milica Tomic, Jaan Toomik, Igor Tosevski, Vasyly Tsagolov, Zaneta Vangeli, Mark Verlan, Pavel Braila, Pavel Moldova, Katefiina Vincourova, Weekend Art , Yevgeny Yufit, Anita Zabilevska, Artur Zmijewski

Stationen:
16.10.99 - 16.01.00 Moderna Museet Stockholm
15.06.00 - 27.08.00 Ludwig Museum Budapest
01.10.00 - 04.02.01 Hamburger Bahnhof