“We cooperated with a government which was not very friendly but we managed to get good things for the city because we were protected by the law” In the semi-darkness of Belgrade’s Pavilion Veljkovic which is home to the Center for Cultural Decontamination, a man who seemed to be thirty something stood beside the projection […]
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