Maska, which today as an institute for publishing, cultural and production activities commemorates along with many other non-governmental organizations the twentieth anniversary of its establishment, no longer finds its key importance in the affirmation of recent art practices through
their recording and global and historical contextualization, but focuses on the problematization of structural and political issues posed by and in contemporary art and theory. The questioning of one's own position has become an ethical imperative of the art of the twenty-first century.
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