Women’s Creativity in Architecture and Design: European and Local Context
Opening Ceremony: Monday, 14 May 2018 at 18:00
Program Coordinator: Milena Zindović, architect
Organisers: Women’s Architectural Society ŽAD and Museum of Applied Art
Museum of Applied Art Belgrade and Women’s Architectural Society ŽAD present to you the Program Women’s creativity in architecture and design: European and local context. The program consists of three guest exhibitions on the topic of women in architecture, two of which are international and one is local.
The exhibition 100 WORKS | 100 WOMEN | 100 YEARS, European women in architecture and design 1918 – 2018 is part of the European project MoMoWo – Women’s creativity since the Modern Movement, financed from the program Creative Europe. The project gathers partners from Italy, Portugal, Spain, Netherlands, Slovenia and Slovakia in the aim of drawing attention to the women’s contribution in the fields of architecture, engineering, interior and industrial design. The project database includes Serbian architects Ivanka Raspopović and Ljiljana Bakić and their work.
MoMoWo travelling photo exhibition presents photographs from the international competition with the topic of homes of women designers. The competition was completed in 2016, and the photographs focus on the creativity in the homes of women designers and architects themselves, and how it affects their everyday life.
The exhibition Her Circle – Women’s work in architecture of the 20th century in Serbia and Montenegro, authors Milena Zindović, Andrea Tamaš Dačić and Ivan Stanojev, presents the first overall presentation of women’s architectural work from 1900 until today in Serbia and Montenegro. The exhibition was first shown in 2016 at the Mikser festival, and the same year was presented in the Serbian cultural center in Paris.
All three exhibitions will be shown at the Museum of Applied Arts, Vuka Karadžića 18, Belgrade, from May 14th until June 2nd 2018.
In addition to the exhibition, the program includes several events.
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