9 October 2000 BELGRADE-Over the last decade, classic Balkan surrealism has undergone an irrational metamorphosis out of which have emerged hordes of clairvoyants, prophets, sorcerers, and freaks. This lunatic fringe haunts the Serbian public scene and has moved ever closer to the center of the country’s political life. And the lines between art and politics, […]

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