In March 2016, our exhibition “Dirty Season – Uncensored” became obvious example of censorship in contemporary Serbian praxis. Censorship was performed by the director of Artget gallery at that time, Ivona Jevtic, who was previously promoted to this position with strong political backup. In order to protect rusted system that promoted her and gave her the sense of power, she decided to tear down part of the exhibition overlooking main Belgrade square from the windows of the gallery, showing muddy faces of Serbian politicians on pre-election posters belonging to different political options. Exhibition was publicly removed by the members of the collective after this act, and Ivona Jevtic was later promoted to even higher state official position as a reward for being loyal to the system. This is how things work in today’s “modern and progressive” Serbia.