New York’s MoMA Shines a Light on Socialist Yugoslav Architecture
Srdjan Garcevic | Balkan Insight | 13th July 2018
The former Yugoslavia ended badly. Yet, after its expulsion from the Soviet bloc, it enjoyed an optimistic outlook. The architecture was remarkable, a far cry from the drab constructions elsewhere in Eastern Europe. There was “an abundant presence of design culture… in a socialist country. It was an aspect we tended not to see.” More images are here.