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The clandestine histories of the OHO group
Skrite zgodovine skupine OHO
This book features an introduction to the theories and practices of the OHO Group, as well as examples of their work. The OHO Group was a Slovenian Art Collective from the 1960s, a leading neo-avant-garde group in the second half of the 1960s that gained notoriety through its participation in Conceptual Art at home and abroad. Their art formed connections between arte povera, land art, happenings, and body art. The Clandestine Histories shed new light on the character of OHO Group's experimental work. The book focuses on the practices, works, and conditions of socialistic modernism that OHO Group problematized. They provoked and destroyed the socialistic order and replaced it with a vision for autonomy of art.--Info from the publisher. Edition of 500. Text in English and Slovenian. English translation by Irena Sentevska.
149 p. : ill. ; 23 x 15 cm.
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Artists' booksSkupina OHO--ExhibitionsArt, Slovenian--20th century--ExhibitionsAvant-garde (Aesthetics)--Slovenia--History--20th century--Exhibitions
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