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In conjunction with Toward a Concrete Utopia: Architecture in Yugoslavia, 1948–1980, this evening’s discussion expands on three issues central to the exhibition: common history, collective civic space, and community building.

Beti Žerovc, Associate Professor, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana, addresses common history; Branislav Dimitrijević, Professor of History and Theory of Art, College of Art and Design, Belgrade, discusses the idea of collective civic space; and Ana Džokić and Marc Neelen of STEALTH.unlimited address community building. Following the presentations, Zagreb-based architect, critic, and curator Maroje Mrduljaš moderates a roundtable discussion on how Yugoslavia’s architectural legacy can be seen as a model to produce better architecture and more equitable cities today. Exhibition co-organizers Vladimir Kulić and Martino Stierli introduce the program.

Please join us for a reception following the program.

Organized by
Museum of Modern Art
Monday, 12/03
6pm to 8pm
Location
Museum of Modern Art, 4 West 54th Street, New York, NY 10019: Education Center, Mezzanine, Theater 3
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