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Crack Up – Crack Down. The 33rd Ljubljana Biennial of Graphic Arts

Mousse Publishing

The catalogue of the 33rd Ljubljana Biennial of Graphic Arts, curated by art collective Slavs and Tatars, examines the relationship between graphic arts and satire. 'CRACK UP – CRACK DOWN' extends the discursive focus of the Biennial on graphics and satire: featuring commissioned essays from Emily Apter on the micropolitics of memes, David Crowley on punk as a platform of dissimulation in Poland and Hungary, Vid Simoniti on the cult Bosnian satire Top lista nadrealista, among other Balkan precedents, and Melissa Constantine on the affective infrastructures of satire with visual contributions and essays by Metahaven, Hamja Ahsan, Alenka Pirman, and others.

Pages: 122
Dimensions: 230 × 280 mm
Binding: Softcover
Year: 2020
Publisher: Mousse Publishing

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