Forgotten Heritage is a collaborative project, initiated by the Arton Foundation, that was focused on researching and digitalizing avant- garde art from 1960s and 1970s in Poland, Croatia, Belgium an Estonia. The project was realized in collaboration with the LUCA School of Arts, Office for Photography and the KUMU Art Museum. Within the initiative, the…09.09.2020.
Gathering and processing archival data is crucial for understanding, contextualising and valuing contemporary art practices in photography and new media, as well as gaining knowledge on the topics that are controversial or in any way outside of dominant narratives. In that context, private archives are especially significant as they can be sources of knowledge for…09.09.2020.
Project Common Photographic Narratives gathers organisations and institutions in order to organise long term activities dedicated to photography in the 20th century, which is understood as a medium that is directly connected to the development of modern society. Platform members, including Office for Photography, are: Tomislav Gotovac Institute (Zagreb), Creative Cluster Kombinat (Rijeka), AK Gallery…09.09.2020.
Not Yet Written Stories – Women Artists’ Archives Online is a research project dedicated to avant-garde women artists and the lacuna of their art in European heritage, which is similar to the previous project Forgotten Heritage. The project partners are: Office for photography (Zagreb), Arton Foundation (Warsaw), SCCA- Center for Contemporary Art (Ljubljana) and Latvian…14.06.2020.