Transformation of Modernism in Socialist Yugoslavia Architecture

  • Recep Kerkezi Trakya University

Abstract

The Socialist Yugoslavia regime, which was established after World War II, led to innovations in many areas, spreading the modernism that Yugoslavia inherited from the Kingdom period to many areas. It also allowed freedom of expression and opened up to Western European countries kel social, political, commercial and so on kel compared to the Soviet Union and other Eastern European countries. Provided the development of relations. These openings also led Yugoslav artists to explore various artistic movements abroad and to be inspired from abroad. In this study, it is aimed to examine the effects of the ideological background of the new regime on architecture. The effects of Tito on the transformation of the modernist movement that emerged in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia through the Tito period and the development and change of art and architecture.

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Published
2018-11-12
How to Cite
KERKEZI, Recep. Transformation of Modernism in Socialist Yugoslavia Architecture. PRIZREN SOCIAL SCIENCE JOURNAL, [S.l.], v. 2, n. 3, p. 18-31, nov. 2018. ISSN 2616-387X. Available at: <http://prizrenjournal.com/index.php/PSSJ/article/view/61>. Date accessed: 21 may 2019. doi: https://doi.org/10.32936/pssj.v2i3.61.