MoMA Opened Exhibition About the Architecture of Former Yugoslavia

The curators of MoMA’s recently opened exhibition about the architecture of former Yugoslavia have chosen their favorite pieces from the show, including Kenzo Tange’s masterplan for Skopje and a giant war monument in Croatia.

Towards a Concrete Utopia: Architecture of Yugoslavia, 1948-1980 presents examples of the impressive buildings and ambitious masterplans created during the socialist country’s short existence, across the Robert Menschel galleries on the New York museum’s third floor. Read More via Dezeen.

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