D’Art Documentaries is inviting us to the opening of the Fine Art of Mirroring feature documentary held at KIC, Preradovićeva Street 5, Zagreb, on 18 February at 19.00 hours.
Enmeshed in a set of strange circumstances and political schemes, the plot dives into the world of young, alternative artists in the former Yugoslavia who had won at the competition for the design and concept of the so-called Youth Day in 1987. At that time, the Youth Day was the most important State event and symbol of unity and brotherhood of young generations, celebrating the birthday of president Josip Broz Tito, even after his death in 1980.
In 1987, seven years after the death of Tito, President of Yugoslavia, one of the greatest affairs in the history of that state broke out
when a group of young punk-influenced Slovenian artists, known as Neue Slowenische Kunst, won the competition for the celebration of the Youth Day – the birth anniversary of the dead president.
Part of their proposal was a poster announcing the celebration. The poster was
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chosen by the generals of the Yugoslav People’s Army and top-ranking Yugoslav politicians.