EXAT 51 and Jasmina Cibic: Ideology, Abstraction and Architecture

EXAT 51 and Jasmina Cibic: Ideology, Abstraction and Architecture

Kunstmuseen Krefeld

(1) Jasmina Cibic, The Miraculous Mandarin (the Girl No.I), 2017. (2) Bernardo Bernardi, bent plywood chairs for industrial production (first design: 1955). (3) Aleksandar Srnec, cover design for Arhitektura magazine, 1955. (4) Ivan Picelj, Composition IV, 1957. (5) Vjenceslav Richter, Emil Weber, DIKSI 2 competition design for the Yugoslav Pavilion at the Expo 58 in Brussels, model, 1956. (6) Aleksandar Srnec, T-7, 1956.

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