Tags: Calvert 22, Dusan Mandic, Haris Hararis, IRWIN, IRWIN - Time For A New State, Laibach, Manca Bajec, Miran Mohar, Neue Slowenische Kunst 1984-1992, New Collectivism, Penelope Curtis, Roman Urjanek, Tate Britain, Tate Modern, The Theatre of the Sisters of Scipion Nasice
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Tags: Aftermath, Annely Juda Fine Art, Calvert 22, Carter Presents, Chelsea Futurespace, Clyde Hopkins, Dematerialised: Jack Wendler Gallery 1971-1974, Ideal Home, IRWIN, Laibach, Laura White, Laure Genillard, Neue Slowenische Kunst 1984-1992, New Collectivism, Peter Downsbrough, Peter Fillingham, Roger Ackling, Tate Modern, Teresa Gleadowe
Our exhibition Neue Slowenische Kunst has kicked off a season of activity around NSK and we are now looking forward to IRWIN – Time For a New State and NSK Folk Art at Calvert 22 and the symposium and Laibach concert at Tate Modern.
Meanwhile, Clyde Hopkins’ exhibition of wonderfully hallucinogenic paintings at our sister gallery Chelsea Futurespace has been extended and …
After much anticipation on Tuesday 20th March CHELSEA space opens the exhibition Neue Slowenische Kunst 1984 – 1992.
The show concerns the activities of the radical Slovenian art collective later known as NSK who are widely considered the last true avant-garde of the 20th century.
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Tags: Calvert 22, Crispin Chetwynd, David Gothard, Gordon McHarg, Hexen 2.0, Hexen 2039, IRWIN, Joe Strummer Subway, Laibach, Lloyd Johnson, Mick Jones Rock and Roll Public Library, Monumental Retro-avant-garde, Neue Slowenische Kunst 1984-1992, New Collectivism, NSK, Science Museum, Should I Stay Or Should I Go, Subway Gallery, Suzanne Treister, Tate Modern, The Theatre of the Sisters of Scipion Nasice