Between 1948 and 1980 Yugoslavia pursued a “third way,” situating itself between the capitalism of the West and the communism of the Soviet Union. As President Josip Broz Tito embarked on a campaign to unite and modernize six formerly independent republics, architecture became a key tool. Together, we will see how Yugoslavia’s distinct approach to communal housing, urbanism, and memorials helped to build this new nation. This session meets at the entrance to Toward a Concrete Utopia: Architecture in Yugoslavia, 1948–1980, Floor 3.
This session is led by Lauren Kaplan.
Join us for lively conversations and engaging activities, facilitated by Museum educators, that offer insightful and unusual ways to engage with collections and special exhibitions.
Groups meet in the galleries noted on the schedule. Gallery Sessions are free for members and Museum admission ticket holders. No registration is required.
FM headsets for sound amplification are available for all talks.
Monday, October 22,1:30 p.m.The Museum of Modern Art, Floor 3
Friday, October 12,1:30 p.m.The Museum of Modern Art, Floor 3
Monday, October 1,11:30 a.m.The Museum of Modern Art, Floor 3