Last week about the building, today about the exhibition inside the Museum of Yugoslav History in Belgrade.
Unfinished Modernisation is the name of the great exhibition devoted to postwar Yugoslavian architecture and its development in the various fields of the society and history.
Unfinished Modernisations is a collaborative, long-term research platform on architecture and urban planning. It brings together partners from both institutional and non-institutional sectors from South-Eastern Europe: TrajekT, (Slovenia), Umetnostna galerija Maribor (Maribor Art Gallery) (Slovenia), the Croatian Architects’ Society and the Institute for Contemporary Architecture, Zagreb (Croatia), the Belgrade Architects Society, Belgrade (Serbia) and the Coalition for Sustainable Development, Skopje, (Macedonia). The initiators and authors of the concept of the project are Vladimir Kulić and Maroje Mrduljaš.
The exhibition includes many archive materials, plans, photos as well as films and movies. The specially commissioned contemporary photos of the existed buildings by Wolfgang Thaler are also on the show.
The exhibition continues until 2 July, 2012.