The Museum of Modern Art will explore Brutalist Yugoslavian Concrete Architecture in its upcoming summer exhibition. 'Toward a Concrete Utopia' focuses on the bold structures and frameworks — the mementos of the communist movement and the Iron Curtain. The exhibition is a compilation of over 400 drawings, photographs, videos and models that showcase Brutalist Architecture and spacious public spaces of the state. The exhibition is to feature noteworthy work like the interior of the White Mosque (rural Bosnia) and post-earthquake reconstructions in Skopje.
The majesty of the Yugoslavian Concrete Architecture is commemorated in New York's Museum of Modern Art and is a notable opportunity for tourists and design-enthusiasts to experience the chilling presence of the fallen regime. In a statement, MoMA said that the collection itself is "a manifestation of the radical pluralism, hybrid, and idealism."