The Lives of Monuments: World War II and Public Monuments in Slovenia 1945-1980

catalogue

The student documentary exhibition The Lives of Monuments, on view at the Museum of Contemporary Art Metelkova in Ljubljana, is accompanied by a bilingual catalogue The Lives of Monuments: World War II and Public Monuments in Slovenia 1945-1980. The catalogue includes texts on selected monuments and a wealth of visual and documentary material. It will be available in the bookstores of Moderna galerija and the Museum of Contemporary Art Metelkova from 8 February on.

More about the catalogue.

Authors of texts:
Urška Barut, Tanja Bračun, Živa Brglez, Gregor Dražil, Amadeja Iskra, Maruša Kocjančič, Klemen Kordež, Zala Koren, Katarina Korenak, Hana Ostan Ožbolt, Miha Valant, Julija Zagoršek, Saša Žafran, and Beti Žerovc
Editors: Marko Jenko and Beti Žerovc
Price: 8 €
 

The documentary exhibition about monuments related to World War II and erected in Slovenia at the time of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was developed as part of the seminar “Art for Collective Use: Monument, Performance, Ritual, Body”. The seminar was organized by Department of Art History of the University of Ljubljana in collaboration with the Igor Zabel Association that co-organized a series of public lectures.