This exhibition takes its title from the German word ostalgie, a term that emerged in the 1990s to describe a sense of longing and nostalgia for the era before the collapse of the Communist Bloc.

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“Ostalgia” brings together the work of more than fifty artists from twenty countries across Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Republics. Many of the works offer a series of reportages on aspects of life and art under Communism and in the new post-Soviet countries.

Some of the preoccupations that unite the artists in “Ostalgia” are a romantic belief in the power of art as a transformative, almost curative agent; an obsession with language; the conception of a new aesthetic of the body; a fascination with the ruins of history as represented by monuments and architectural vestiges; and an understanding of artwork as a form of sentimental documentary that mediates between cultural pressures and individual anxieties.

Me and my friend Ekene.

This is Alberto waiting for his tacos to be done at the taco truck. — I think he’s probably mad at me now…maybe.

This is the aforementioned taco truck — they have amazing tostadas.

Go and check out Ostalgia @ the New Museum, it’s up until September 25th, 2011. It’s well worth a trip.

later nerds,
antwan.

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