Rex

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Rex, B92 cultural centre, is a laboratory for research of new fields of culture. It was formed in 1994 by the name of the Cinema Rex, which was previously located in the same building.
Rex’s aim is to promote the ‘culture of curiosity’ instead of the ‘culture of expectation’. The centre has many activities, such as: supporting production and presentation of analytical and critical culture; promoting values of open and democratic society and culture and art that reflect current civil needs and initiatives; carrying out projects in collaboration with cultural workers active on local or ex-Yugoslavian scene; playing an active part in the European cultural world; working with young people and audience under the educational and social aspect. Rex’s hardest work was always to provide the conditions for realization of new projects when institutions could not do it. REX, B92 cultural centre, is a laboratory for research of new fields of culture. The centre is a member of TEH (Trans Europe Halles), network of European independent cultural centres.