Ljubo Babic Anthology
exhibition design by Studio Rašić

Ljubo Babic Anthology Exhibition in the Modern Gallery in Zagreb shows and analyses one of the most productive creative opuses in Croatian cultural history.
Ljubo Babic (1890 – 1974) was a painter, set designer, costume designer, graphic artist, art pedagogue, as well as a critic, art historian and a writer.

Main visual elements of the exhibition are the colours black and red. They refer to paradigmatic works of Babic – flags and flame – a theme which the artist practices in various media: paintings/pictures, books, posters and sets.
Two colors dictate a rhythm of movement through the exhibition, and elements such as a waving flag and a flicker of flame are interpreted throughout all segments of the visual identity, space, signalization, catalogue and publications.

Design: Studio Rašić
Designers: Ante Rašić, Marko Rašić, Vedrana Vrabec
Fabrication: Studio Rašić
Photo: Damir Fabijanić, Studio Rašić archive
Shots & Edit: Ivan Slipčević
Client: Modern gallery
Year: 2010 / 2011
Location (city, country): Modern gallery, Zagreb, Croatia

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