What is happening to the principal museum institutions in the region of former Yugoslavia?

author: Tihomir Milovac, Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb
author: Miško Šuvaković, Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina
author: Amila Ramović, ARS AEVI Museum of Contemporary Art Sarajevo
author: Zoran Erić, Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade
author: Bojana Piškur, Museum of Modern Art Ljubljana
author: Suzana Milevska, St. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje
published: Aug. 24, 2010,   recorded: May 2009,   views: 447
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A great number of museums in formerly socialist countries are being renovated or are about to be constructed. This raises numerous questions regarding collection policies and the context of museums between the local and the global, or perhaps better stated, in the interlocal situation.

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