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2 edition of Contemporary Yugoslav sculpture found in the catalog.

Contemporary Yugoslav sculpture

Arts Council of Great Britain.

Contemporary Yugoslav sculpture

an Arts Council exhibition organised by the Commission for Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries in Belgrade, Hayward Gallery, London, April 30-May 31 1970.

by Arts Council of Great Britain.

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Published by Arts Council in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sculpture, Yugoslav -- 20th century -- Exhibitions.

  • Edition Notes

    Label mounted on t.p.: Supplied by Worldwide Books, Boston, Mass.

    GenreExhibitions.
    ContributionsYugoslavia. Komisija za kulturne veze sa inostranstvom., Hayward Gallery.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNB948 .A8
    The Physical Object
    Pagination27 p.
    Number of Pages27
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4585648M
    LC Control Number77199564

    Interwar modernism. Yugoslav architecture emerged in the first decades of the 20th century before the establishment of the state; during this period a number of South Slavic creatives, enthused by the possibility of statehood, organized a series of art exhibitions in Serbia in the name of a shared Slavic identity. Following governmental centralization after the creation of the Kingdom of.   The year was an important one for Yugoslav performance art, as Scottish impresario Richard Demarco visited Belgrade and invited artists from the SKC to show their work in an exhibition called.

    Origins. Visual arts in the territories that later became Yugoslavia, was mainly reduced to religious arts until 19th century. At that time Yugoslav art was still attached to baroque tradition and, along with romanticism in Yugoslav literature, secular motives were establishing very romantic, Biedermeier and classicist painters were all schooled abroad and painted mostly portraits. At MoMA Design Store, you will find classics of yesterday and today, from humble masterpieces to transformative technologies. Shop featured books from our .

    Yugoslav science fiction comprises literary works, films, comic books and other works of art in the science fiction genre created in Yugoslavia during its existence (–). Zoran Živković and Žika Bogadnović started Polaris book series, which published contemporary . Famous Croat sculptor Ivan Meštrović became a supporter of Yugoslavism and Yugoslav identity after he traveled to Serbia and became impressed with Serb culture. Meštrović created a sculpture of Serbian folk-legend hero Prince Marko at the International Exhibition in Rome in , when asked about the statue, Meštrović replied "This Marko.


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