Antologije krijumčarenja u Trstu / Smuggling Anthologies in Trieste

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Izložba – 7. 11. > 17. 12. 2014. 

Simpozij – 7. 11. 2014.

Događanja predstavljaju završni dio međunarodnog projekta Antologije krijumčarenja, dvogodišnjeg projekta u organizaciji Muzeja moderne i suvremene umjetnosti iz Rijeke (Hrvatska), Gradskog muzeja Idrija (Slovenija) te Galerije suvremene umjetnosti u Trstu (Italija). Projekt je sufinanciran od strane Kulturnih programa Europske unije.

Krijumčarenje se oduvijek nalazilo tik ispod površine administrativnih i političkih karti svijeta. Zempljopisno područje kojim se ovaj projekt bavi obuhvaća dijelove Istre, slovenske obale, trščanskog zaljeva te tzv. rapalske granice. Na to područje te granice na tom području su kroz stoljeca utjecali ratovi, promjene nastale raznim pograničnim dogovorima između zemalja te one kompleksnije promjene i odnosi karakteristični za taj kraj, more-kopno, Jugoslavija-Italija, socijalizam-kapitalizam.

Exhibition – 7/11 – 17/12/2014

Symposium – 7/11/2014 

The initiative is the concluding part of SMUGGLING ANTHOLOGIES, a two-year project conceived and organised by the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Rijeka (Croatia), the Idrija Municipal Museum (Slovenia) and the Trieste Contemporanea Committee (Italy).
The project is realised with the support of the Culture Programme of the European Union.

The theme of smuggling is always a subsurface part on the administrative and political maps of the planet, which change constantly.  The geographical area identified by the organizers of Rijeka, Idrija and Trieste for Smuggling Anthologies covers the areas of Istria, the so-called Rapallo border, the Slovenian coast, the Gulf of Trieste and the various borders therein in the twentieth century. The scenarios both of the national boundaries moved by the wars and of the changes which gradually occurred in customs agreements between countries, but especially those of the most complex relationships sea-continent, Yugoslavia and Italy, socialism-capitalism,  strongly influenced these lands. 

eulogo   “With the support of the Culture Programme of the European Union”

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