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Bogdanović by Bogdanović: Yugoslav Memorials Through the Eyes of Their Architect

edited by Vladimir Kulić
Format
Book
Published
New York : The Museum of Modern Art, [2018]
Language
English
Uniform Title
Works
ISBN
163345052X, 9781633450523
Summary
Bogdan Bogdanovic (1922-2010) was a Yugoslav architect, theorist, professor and a one-time mayor of Belgrade. His idiosyncratic memorials to the victims and heroes of World War II, scattered around the former Yugoslavia, continue to attract attention today, more than 25 years after the country's collapse. The monuments, cemeteries, mausoleums, memorial parks, necropolises, cenotaphs and other sites of memory Bogdanovic designed between the early 1950s and late 1970s occupy a unique place in the history of modern architecture, redrawing the boundaries between architecture, landscape and sculpture in varied and unexpected ways.
Description
110 pages : chiefly color illustrations ; 26 cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references.
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