A sequel to my 2013 chapter on the feminism and the curatorial commons in post-Socialist Europe, the article rethinks the feasibility of the original proposition, expanding the framework of what might count as institutional critique in Europe from a feminist perspective. The article notes the emergence of neofascism across Europe and the Global North, and the lack of either voice or visibility of European transnational feminism in Europe as a force against the aggressive forms of white supremacy and patriarchy gaining popular support.
|Title of host publication||INSIDE OUT|
|Subtitle of host publication||Critical Artistic Discourses Concerning Institutions|
|Editors||Suzana Milevska, Alenka Gregoric|
|Publisher||Ljubljana City Art Gallery and ERSTE Foundation|
|Publication status||Published - 2017|
- Europe, Eastern
- Contemporary art