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South Slav journal, Vol. 24, no. 3-4 (Autumn-Winter 2003), pp. 128-130
Breaking the rules: the printed face of the European avant garde, 1900-1937
Stephen Bury, lead curator. (Milan Grba curator responsible for the Belgrade and Bucharest sections of the exhibition).
9 November 2007-30 March 2008
The exhibition presented the most significant European avant garde movements and artists according to cities. The Belgrade section of the exhibition focused on Zenitism and Surrealism and the Yugoslav avant garde artists around the magazines “Zenit” and “Nemoguce”. The Bucharest section presented Romanian avant garde circles and artists around “Contimporanul” and “Unu”.