In this issue of On Curating, guest editors Olga Stefan and Catalin Gheorghe revisit the topic of socially engaged art and curating, focusing their attention on some former Eastern European countries. In an area where societies are still rapidly changing and where the need for social transformation seems even more urgent, socially engaged practices can be seen as a powerful form of political resistance to the dehumanizing effect of neoliberal policies
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