Maroje Mrduljaš and Vladimir Kulić, eds., Unfinished Modernisations: Between Utopia and Pragmatism (Zagreb: UHA, 2012) As the Western masters have been studied thoroughly in the past (information on architects and their work was easily accessible, for various reasons, such as the longevity and marketing skills of the most prominent figures and the large number of their students and followers), contemporary researchers of the Modern turn to the less-known field of former socialist Europe, USSR and the so-called third world countries.

Book, Modern architecture, Unfinished modernisations

Centre for Architecture visited the opening of the exhibition Unfinished Modernisations that took place May 19th in the Museum of Yugoslav History. The exhibition was opened with speeches from authors and directors of the project Vladimir Kulić and Maroje Mrduljaš, the president of the Belgrade Society of Architects Ivan Rašković and the Minister of Culture of the Republic of Serbia Predrag Marković. Photos from this event can be seen on our Facebook album.

Beograd, Exhibition, Unfinished modernisations

Izložba Nedovršene modernizacije: između utopije i pragmatizma se nakon postavke u Mariboru, ovogodišnjoj Evropskoj prestonici kulture, seli u Beograd, u Muzej istorije Jugoslavije u Botićevoj ulici br. 6. Otvaranje je 19. maja u 16h, a izložba će biti otvorena do 1. jula 2012.

Beograd, Exhibition, Muzej Istorije Jugoslavije, Unfinished modernisations