10th International Biennial of Small Plastic

20. 12. 1991 – 20. 2. 1992

The insight into the orienatation of the present exhibition unveils an interesting uniformity which confirms the clear and convincing role of the younger generation and the contemporary concept respectively. Wherein the plasti cof small dimension can really get animated. At the same time it is the uniformity which ought to be considered throughout the last decade. It is still the plastic with the features of the archetype expressiveness originating from the tradition of figurative modernism and full of subjectival semantic metaphors. Parallel to this development there was also the renewal and the revival of the geomatrical inclinations in progress, finding a resounding, although scarce and less consistent, in the special treatment of the autonomous sculptural space.
Aleksander Bassin

Authors:

Tome Adzievski (Makedonija), Péter Ágnes, Horváth Lászlo, Toornay Endre András (Madžarska), Dragan Jelenković, Zoran Pantelić, Božica Rađenović (Srbija), Mirko Bratuša, Tomaž Kolarič, Jože Lašič, Boštjan Potokar, Franc Purg, Drago Rozman, Jože Verščaj (Slovenija), Mirta Carroli, Emmanuelle Giannetti, Bernarda Visentini (Italija), Werner Hofmaister, Thomas Kersten, Kornelius Kolig (Avstrija), Kažimir Hraste, Ljubo Ivanič, Ivan Lesiak, Ljubo Perčinlić, Branko Ružić, Žarko Tomazetić, Vlasta Žanić (Hrvaška), Dobravka Matić-Mandić, Kenan Solaković, Lidija Topić (Bosna in Herzegovina), Milivoje Babović (Črna gora)