NEW PUBLICATION: The National Gallery Oral History Project


This series of interviews documents the lives of artists and art professionals who worked in Kosovo and were part of the art scene in the 1970s, and steadily gained recognition in the Yugoslav art space over two decades. The political context that gave rise to the visual arts came to represent Kosovo’s golden age in Yugoslavia. This period of great prosperity seemed to be at the core of institutional memory, including that of cultural institutions. It is no wonder that the Gallery of Arts in Pristina, today the National Gallery of Kosovo, was established in 1979, becoming the first arts institution to define how works of art would be displayed and communicated to the public.

JANJEVO WALKS: A CULTURAL HERITAGE APP

Produced by Oral History Initiative

30 Nov 2019

AN INTERACTIVE CITY MAP: PRISTINA WALKS

Produced by Oral History Initiative

09 Oct 2019

Prizren the City of Resources and Beauty

Documentary, 1972

05 Nov 2018

EXHIBITION: AT ONCE VAGUE AND UNAVOIDABLE: MODERNITIES 1945—1989

Curatorial advisors: Paz Ponce Pérez-Bustamante and Erëmirë Krasniqi

04 Nov 2018

Exhibition zine: Clarity in vagueness

At Once Vague and Unavoidable: Modernities 1945—1989

02 Nov 2018

exibition zine: the story of a name

Reconciliation of Blood Feuds Campaign 1990—1991

18 Apr 2018