8 February 1993 The fear of the totalitarian authorities that the individualism of artists could be “an unpleasant example that could be followed at other levels of organized social activities” largely determined the relations between politics and art on the territory of Yugoslavia after World War, but at the beginning of the eighties it also […]

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