Conditions of Peace

Exhibition initiated by in Belgrade





Opening 17th of July, 2021
From 4 to 8 pm

We are very happy to announce that the exhibition CONDITIONS OF PEACE that was installed for the first time in Iași (2020) will open in Belgrade in 2021.

Baran Caginli, Unable to recognize fingerprint, 2020. Photo: © tranzitiasi & 1+1
Baran Caginli, Unable to recognize fingerprint, 2020. Photo: © tranzitiasi & 1+1

The project Conditions of Peace commenced in the autumn 2019 to consider the Schuman Declaration and the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights, in light of the cracks that were already evident in politics and society in Europe and the European Union. These were visible already in the rejection of the European Constitution in 2007, the lack of economic solidarity during the 2007-8 economic crisis and especially the handling of the Greek crisis, in Brexit, the raise of the right wing parties and movements, as well as the Yellow Vest and pension protest in France, the migration crisis, Extinction Rebellion, Fridays for the Future, etc.

It is the first out four exhibitions in the frame of Conditions of Peace project realized in close partnership between: 1+1 [Iași], [Iași], Učitelj neznalica i njegovi komiteti (The Ignorant Schoolmaster and his committees) [Beograd], Rab-Rab Press [Helsinki], BOEM Artists’ Collective [Vienna]

Minna Henriksson, Stories of Labor, 2020. Photo: © tranzitiasi & 1+1
Minna Henriksson, Stories of Labor, 2020. Photo: © tranzitiasi & 1+1

Participating artists:

Blind Date Collaboration (Alisa BECK & Marie – Christin RISSINGER), Andrei NACU, Baran CAGINLI, Dorone PARIS, Edona KRYEZIU, Ines DOUJAK & John BARKER, Lala RAŠČIĆ, Minna HENRIKSSON, Ovidiu POP, Nebojsa MILIKIĆ.

Co-funded by the Administration of the National Cultural Fund, Europe for Citizens Programme of the European Union, German Cultural Center Iași and Goethe Institute, Frame Contemporary Art Finland and Foundation for Arts Initiatives.

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Cover picture: © Lala Raščić

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Florian Bauer

Director Social Finance, Sustainability and Innovation
Since 2023, Florian Bauer has been responsible for social finance, sustainability and social innovation at ERSTE Foundation. Prior to this role, Florian worked in the NGO & Social Entrepreneurship sector for more than 13 years. He led the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP), an international multilateral NGO that works to accelerate market-based deployment of renewable energy and energy efficient systems in developing countries, and was Managing Director & COO of the Impact Hub Vienna. From 2020-2023, Florian established strategic alliances with key partners and helped to create innovative semantic technology solutions at Semantic Web Company (SWC), a leading IT company in semantic AI solutions.