Jadran Adamović


    IN ORDER TO COMPREHEND, at least in broad outline, the nature of the artistic movements in Yugoslavia today, it is necessary to be aware of two factors that make this country different from all other Eastern and Western European nations. The first is that since the early ’60s, in contradistinction to, for example, the situation in the Soviet Union, Yugoslav citizens have been free to travel to almost any part of the world without any restrictions, with the result that Yugoslavia has been open to and in close touch with the most avant-garde trends in the international art world. The second is