Lazar Džamić: Cvetličarna v Hiši cvetja

Other than at home, the Italian comic book Alan Ford gained popularity only in the former Yugoslavia, where it exceeded all expectation as a phenomenon of popular culture and became a cult: today it seems to have been created directly for the Yugoslav market. The book Cvetličarna v Hiši cvetja, written by marketing expert, journalist and columnist Lazar Džamić, who now lives and works in London, is a witty, lucid and profound culturological analysis of comics and its reception in the Socialist...


is a nonprofit organization for publishing, production (performances, interdisciplinary and visual artworks), education and research. It is organized into three sections: Maska Publications,Maska Productions and Maska Symposium. Maska’s theoretical, critical and artistic activities deal with contemporary art and theory, research, experimental performing practices, interdisciplinary art and critical theory. Its contents and events often provide a direct and sharp reflection of the cultural and political space in which it acts.
Collaboration with various governmental and non-governmental organisations, artists, professionals from different areas and partners from abroad is an important segment of all of Maska’s activities.

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Art and Life

This issue of the Maska journal is, exceptionally, quadruple and, as a consequence, heftier and more comprehensive. The theme of the central section is titled “Art and Life: Productions of temporality in art” and, (also) by way of select insights into the history of art, its social and political dimensions, it interrogates the status of art in the current unstable conditions of “free(dom of)” production of contemporary capitalism. The section has been conceived and prepared by a guest editor,...


Made With Love (Delo iz ljubezni)

Similar as in her earlier works, Teja Reba is continuously intrigued by the relationships between physical, emotional and political acts.These acts are always walking the line - between aesthetics and ideology, between references (repetition) and new possibilities (difference), between the sublime and the abject, between sex and sexuality, between everyday life and art, between courage and vulnerability.


Janez Janša: Life II [in Progress]

The book Life II [in Progress] is based on an ongoing, long-term project that repeats a single-staged sequence year in and year out. It accompanies a group of women through pregnancy and motherhood, creating full-figure images, which bear an intense confrontation with the persons photographed. The images of naked, pregnant women and nursing mothers with their children arouse pleasant feelings, joy, and empathy. At same time, the series of photographs expresses an uncertainty by their repetition...