Publication Folk Art Between Home and the World: The SEM's Collection of Slovene Folk Art and IRWIN's Collection of NSK Folk Art by Citizens of NSK State, published by the Slovene ethnographic museum, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
This publication is a comprehensive documentation of The 2nd NSK State Folk Art Biennale: NSK Folk Art Rising 1916-2016 that took place during the summer of 2016, and the exhibition Crisis Currency took place in May 2018 at Burren College of Art in Ireland. It explores these two seminal events that brought the NSK State in Time to the remote karst landscape of the Burren in the west of Ireland, and which constituted an ongoing dialogue between the NSK State and this European peripheral zone as coordinated and facilitated by Burren College of Art.
Five years after the 2nd NSK State Folk Art Biennale, nskstate.com announces a catalogue dedicated to the event
This book is the generously illustrated, lavishly documented, critically narrated story of one of the most significant art collectives of the late twentieth century.
In the new, German edition of "Interrogation Machine", Alexei Monroe discusses the past and future of the Slovene artistic groups that joined together as Neue Slowenische Kunst, making a huge impact locally and worldwide.
An updated French translation of Alexei Monroe’s book on Laibach and NSK was just released by Le Camion Noir.
To mark the publication of the book on the First NSK Citizens’ Congress, a series of events will be held in Britain, Germany and Slovenia with further dates to be announced. Join the editor and contributors to discuss the issues raised in the book and the ongoing development of the NSK State.
No-one was sure what would or could happen when thirty-two NSK citizens came together in order to try and identify common positions and potentials. State of Emergence explores what did happen, what could have happened and what may happen following the Congress.
A reconstruction of the missing history of contemporary art, art networks, and art conditions in Eastern Europe from the East European perspective.