MOCABMuseum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade (Serbia)
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The reopening of MoCAB, with its unparalleled Yugoslav art collection, represents a major step in this reckoning.
MoCAB has relaunched with 'Sequences', an exhibition that foregrounds some of the main trends in 20th-century Yugoslav art from localised versions of modernism such as Slovene constructivism to uniquely Yugoslav movements like Zenitism.
Some of the show's particular resonance might have derived from the fraught history of the venue itself: Following the 1993 sacking of then director Zoran Gavric, MOCAB mutated into a chapel consecrated to a bizarre strain of nationalist culture.