Contemporary Romanian Arts as a commentary and critique of the urban environment of the post communist city - a preliminary survey

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Jarvis, RK (2011). Contemporary Romanian Arts as a commentary and critique of the urban environment of the post communist city - a preliminary survey. Cities after Transition. University of Bucharest 14 - 17 Sep 2011 Cities After Transition.
AuthorsJarvis, RK
TypeConference paper
Abstract

Discusses the emergence of an urbanistic critique of the chaotic post-communist city as captured in the imagery of contemporary art

KeywordsBucharest; Contemporary art; post communist
Year2011
PublisherCities After Transition
Web address (URL)https://catference2019-belgrade.rs/
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Deposited15 Mar 2018
Accepted20 Jul 2011
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