Serbia has now entered a convoluted period of transition, but a fundamental step towards a new future will require analysing the past, and especially posing the question of responsibility for various events, ranging from war atrocities to endemic corruption.
In these circumstances, responsibility for cultural policy seems the least important issue, but if we bear in mind the crucially significant role the structuring of national cultural identity had on the development of the Serbian nationalism that provoked the aggressive attitude towards the surrounding communities, the political use of culture appears to have been a very complex ideological ploy. Cultural Institutions Let us take the example of the most important national institution in the context of modern and contemporary art in Serbia, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Belgrade.
As happened with other national institutions, at the height of Milosević's war mongering policy, in complete disregard of the opinion of the professional and academic community, the Museum director, Zoran Gavrić, was replaced in the most brutal manner by a new government appointee, the painter Radislav Trkulja.
This political appointment in provoked a series of peaceful protests followed by a backlash against the most outspoken professionals in the museum, who were forced to resign or were sacked by the new director and his Board.
One of the youngest of the museum's curators, Dejan Sretenović, a potentially pivotal influence on the more dynamic and forward-looking projects in the museum, was forced to resign and was, a year later, to become the first director of one Non-governmental organization, the Centre for Contemporary Art.
CCAB took over many of the obligations of the national institution comprehensive documentation, contacts on the international art scene, coordination of the participation of Serbian artists abroad, educational and publishing projects, etc. Another active curator, Jovan Despotović, was subjected to a year long court procedure after he lost his job in the Museum. He has become one of the most outspoken opponents of Trkulja, and has managed to bring the events in the museum to public attention.
However, just as it is easy to point a finger at Milosević reportaj bunker suisse anti aging the sole culprit for war crimes and Serbian policy in the 90s in general, it is also simplistic to blame solely the director, Trkulja, for the mismanagement and total lack of professional standards that characterised the work of the Museum in that period.
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First of all, the crucial ideological management of the Museum was in the hands of a Board consisting of many of the influential ideologists of Serbian right-wing nationalism, and some of them, like Dragoš Kalajić, openly held fascist sympathies. It is important to take a look at an example reportaj bunker suisse anti aging artistic practice which had pretensions to become the official art of the Milošević era, but never fully succeeded in achieving that.
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This is the practice that usually caused impotent laughter among the art professionals by its crude use of references historical myths, religious symbols, folk motifs, etc as well as for its blatant anti- internationalism. The peak of that trend in art, or the moment when politics dictated that major institutions displayed only this art, was the exhibition Balkanski istočnici something like: The Balkan Sources held in the Museum of Contemporary Art in The exhibition was curated by the chief right-wing cultural ideologist, Dragoš Kalajić.
His strategy was simple: to create a historical perspective of th Serbian art in the 20 Century that defined its identity without reference to modernist and internationalist narratives. Apart from the ideological work of the Board that gave up its initial grand strategy in the second half of the 90s, when the whole system showed so many structural cracks that it became impossible to maintain it except by the use of sheer power, the downfall of the Museum, in terms of its basic tasks and programs, was caused by the strategy of keeping a low profile adopted by the employees, and by new art practice that questioned the institutional and political status quo.
The museum became a fortress of artistic and curatorial inadequacy, and entirely closed cea mai bună îngrijire a ochilor anti-îmbătrânire any collaboration with the growing independent art scene. It would have been difficult for a politically appointed director, without any background in art history or museology, to maintain this status quo if it had not been for the general atmosphere of mediocrity and resistance to innovation that was characteristic of so many official cultural institutions.
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It might be argued that the Milošević period was, paradoxically, quite important for the development of the non-institutional art scene in Serbia. It could also be argued that all relevant art production during the 90s in Serbia reportaj bunker suisse anti aging non-institutional.
Through the financial support of the Soros Foundation, the Centre for Contemporary Art established in managed to secure some funding for artistic production and promotion, but it remained the only source of direct support.
Apart from the Centre's attempt to gather, document and promote diverse artistic projects that were all in opposition to the dominant political, financial and institutional treatment of contemporary art, there were other non-governmental organizations that had jointly created a vibrant art scene.
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First among many were the activities of Cinema Rex coordinated by Darka Radosavljević who later established the Remont gallery; also the Centre for Cultural Decontamination, as well as some municipal institutions that managed to maintain dynamic programs in spite of the political obstacles, such as Youth House Dom Omladine in Belgrade. There were active art professionals in other Serbian cities that kept the art scenes there alive in very difficult circumstances: in Novi Sad, Pančevo, Čačak, and most notably Vršac where Živko and Nada Grozdanić organized the first Biennial of Young Artists in Serbia in which has since become the most important gathering point for young and emerging artists.
Attempts to support the art scene were also made by various art critics juara anti-imbatranire serul recenzii not only wrote on artistic events but also took part in establishing new platforms for promoting new artistic approaches magazines, conferences, newspapers.
One must mention the work of the critics and curators who had formed their interpretatory attitudes before the 90s, in the 60s and 70s most notably Jerko Denegri or in the early 80s e.
Lidija Merenik. Since the establishment of an independent educational project, the School for History and Theory of Images, even younger writers have got an opportunity to take part in the growing demand to use the experience of the 90s to establish a more coherent platform that represents the vitality of the Serbian art community at the turn of the century. A particularly notable outcome of this was the Biennial of Young artists inand in general the work of young writers and curators like Jelena Vesić, Siniša Mitrović, Vladimir Tupanjac, Ana Nikitović and Svebor Midžić who is the present director of the Centre for Contemporary Art.
The political conditions in the 90s caused a radical polarization of the art scene. Both the escapist and partisan natures of these activities suggest that what we have here is an artistic community rather then a scene, since a scene is a creature of the art system and its institutional representation and critical evaluation, while a community is a kind of unforced and informal association aimed at ensuring one's survival.
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Also numbered in the alternative group were artists who had founded their careers in the 80s and had, in the face of many obstacles, maintained their  presence even in academic institutions: Mrdjan Bajić, Marija Dragojlović, Zdravko Joksimović and others.
What they all had in common was the general sense of opposition to the dominant political and cultural framework, and a sense of impoverishment and inability to find the position they deserved on the local and international scene.
However, in many important projects this structurally ideological framework was challenged in the most vigorous way.
The artists One of these projects had as its foundation a full identification with alternative, non-gallery, open and collaborative work, i. It was the work of the artistic collective Škart that used different media, ranging from street actions, interventions, performances, graphic design or rather anti-designnot just to create a visual identity for different politically activist endeavours mostly related to Radio B92 and other centres of civic resistance and peace movement but also for other marginalized and rejected human activities that had lost any public voice ranging from pensioners' clubs to mountain climbers and independent newspaper sellers.
Their projects appeared both as tragic and comic and they proposed interventions upon micro- social spaces, spaces beyond visible representations of public life.
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His work, and especially the series of installations, objects and drawings under the joint title Gott liebt die Serben God loves the Serbsdisplays and mocks a certain surplus of ideology in the common language of everyday identification with certain political aims and schemes.
Since the early 70s, Todosijević has remained an unsilenced artistic voice challenging the passive art community and immovably conservative institutions.
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