Architecture — MoMA announces exhibition exploring Yugoslavia's concrete architecture

MoMA announces exhibition exploring Yugoslavia's concrete architecture

MoMA MoMA announces exhibition exploring Yugoslavia's concrete architecture Yugoslavia's concrete architecture

MoMA announces exhibition exploring Yugoslavia's concrete architecture

MoMA announces exhibition exploring Yugoslavia's concrete architecture New York's Museum of Modern Art will examine former Yugoslavia's impressive concrete structures and bold urban planning visions created during its communist years, in an exhibition opening this summer. Toward a Concrete Utopia: Architecture in Yugoslavia, 1948–1980, will present examples of the distinct style that emerged in the state, which occupied the Balkans region of Central and Southeastern Europe for most of the 20th century. Toward a Concrete Utopia will include examples of Yugoslavia's huge public spaces, like Edvard Ravnikar's Revolution Square (now Republic Square) in Ljubljana. Photo by Valentin Jeck, commissioned by...

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