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At the end of the exhibit, visitors had the chance to purchase items from Uniqlo collaborations with Parisian brands such as Maison Laibach, Keur Paris and Andrea Crews.
SARAJEVO - Presentation of a part of the archive on the cultural life of Sarajevo during the wartime siege, on the occasion of the concert of the band Laibach - History Museum of BiH
In the three years they have been playing live, the Washington, D.C., pair have shared the stage with Skinny Puppy, Laibach, Douglas McCarthy (of Nitzer Ebb), Youth Code, Cold Cave and Void Vision.
Laibach. (2012) Laibach posters, available: http://hcmaslov.d-real.scinnov.ru/public/texts/ %D0%BF%D0%BE%D1%8D%D0%B7%D0%B8%D1%8F,%20%D0 %BF%D0%B5%D1%81%D0%BD%D0%B8/Laibach/photos/ [accessed May, 2012].
They address works by artists like Luigi Pirandello, Henry Williamson, and Mishima that illustrate the desire to create a new type of society, in relation to al-Qaeda, fascism, Japanese imperial rule, and heroic ideals, innovation, and politics; the use of immersion, togetherness, and solidarity by artists like Rudolf Lagan and Mary Wigman, Zhang Yimou, and Laibach; and cases in which left-wing performance serves as idea-generation for right-wing regimes, such as Cheek by Jowl company's production of The Changeling in 2006.
En la Conferencia de Aquisgran, y tras la restauracion monarquica borbonica en Francia, los cuatro fundadores del sistema de consultas periodicas iniciado en Viena en 1814-5 -y continuado en las conferencias de Aquisgran (1818); Tropeau (1820); Laibach (1821) y Verona (1822)- no dudaron en incluir al enemigo de ayer en este club de poderosos.
"NSK from Kapital to Capital: Neue Slowenische Kunst--an Event of the Final Decade of Yugoslavia" (Moderna Galerija, Ljubljana, Slovenia) This frenetic and shadowy survey of NSK's profuse output in socialist Yugoslavia between 1980 and 1992 was arranged according to the Slovenian collective's main subgroups: Laibach (music and multimedia), Irwin (visual art), Scipion Nasice Sisters Theatre (theater), and New Collectivism (design).
This summer the collective is set to cause a new stir when its musical wing, industrial rock band Laibach, plays two concerts in North Korea on an invitation from Pyongyang.
Readers tempted to accuse me of playing "the Hitler Card" should know that Zizek himself likes to use it in a game of three-card monte: Zizek was the lone intellectual to appear in Laibach: A Band from Slovenia, a documentary about a music group that makes incessant, perhaps parodic use of Nazi and Stalinist imagery in its album art and concerts--sometimes to very entertaining effect, as when the band transformed the harmless soccer anthem "Life Is Life" and the sappy Queen power-ballad "One Vision" into creepy, Hitlerite videos that are funny to watch when you're drunk.
The Skuc Gallery has been in operation since the heydays of artistic funding in the Balkans, opening its doors to significant figures such as Mladen Stilinovic and the avant-garde music group Laibach. "Nowadays, the gallery continues its work in a more modest way.
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