EXHIBITION: i.j.PINO – H.Ister.i.ja TouR mitt h*man preselitev 2000 – 2020

H.Ister.i.ja TouR mitt h*man preselitev 2000 – 2020
Karas Gallery, Kralja Zvonimira 58
September 15– September 27, 2020

Following all recommendations of the National Civil Protection Headquarters, exhibition H.Ister.i.ja TouR mitt h*man preselitev 2000 – 2020, by i.j. PINO, will be opened on Tuesday, September 15 at 7 pm at the Karas Gallery (Kralja Zvonimira 58).


(…) “Uljanik is a brother.

Once you get a job and experience all aspects of working in a collective – everyday, persistent and productive (within the limits of your abilities) you do not need much to realize that your best intentions and efforts do not differ in the slightest from those of your colleagues in any other collective.

In positive things we are all equal, and in negative things we turn into completely different monsters – depending on our imagination, the quality of stomach acid, and the level of moral numbness.

Uljanik is a brother who was killed by monsters.

Unfortunately, he is not the only one, and there are plenty of mortally wounded – unaware of their terminal condition, they walk through Pula like an army of zombies in an invisible apocalypse.

They are not dangerous, but if you look a little closer, they will break your heart.”

From the preface, written by Boris Vincek




performer, visual artist, musician. He has been known to the alternative cultural scene since the beginning of the seventies when he entered the conceptual and performance circle. At that time he created ‘mental spirit music’ with friends, and under the influence of Beuys, he opened processes for creating so-called ‘social sculpture’, with which he begins to belong a small group of conceptual artists who engaged in questioning socialist value systems, primarily the meaning of work and the position of workers.

           i.j.PINO’s position outside the center and his experience as a worker at the Uljanik shipyard secured him the ‘right’ to further radicalization in the field of art. During the eighties, he realized his artistic interests by combining the media of music, performance, and fine arts (alter rock group GustapH y njegovi dobry duhovi, and since the nineties, the public knows him as one of the most provocative Croatian performers, but also as an alternative new media experimenter (telephone concert Netz/Mreža, for Radio ORF).

Proud record holder for attendance at one event/performance (approx. 40,000 visitors, ´Theater like a Life / Life like a Theater or Life is hot pepper…´ Pula / Cro a Ti

All other stupidities can be read in the daily, weekly, and periodical newspapers of this area….


Exhibition closing event


…GRAN kacata finale, un Gran fumakajo., smo ga pofumali…

26.9. 12PM



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Working hours:

Wednesday – Friday: 3 pm – 8 pm | Saturday: 10 am to 1 pm
Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays and holidays: closed.


The exhibition will remain open until September 27, 2020



At the entrance to the Gallery there is a bottle with a disinfectant for visitors, which are obliged to disinfect their hands when entering the Gallery.
The security guard at the entrance to the Gallery will have a protective mask and gloves and control the number of visitors. The Gallery can hold up to 5 people at a time.
Visitors are required to maintain a distance of 2 meters.
Touching the exhibits is not allowed.
Doorknobs and any other surfaces that are frequently touched by visitors will be regularly disinfected.



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Saturday and Sunday 10am - 6pm h
Mondays, Tuesdays and holidays closed


Wednesday - Friday: 3pm - 8pm h Saturday and Sunday: 10am - 1pm h Mondays, Tuesdays and holidays closed

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