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Lebbeus Woods: Zagreb Free Zone Revisited catalog

Contributed by Sven Soric on May 22nd, 2021. Artwork published in
circa March 2021
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    Lebbeus Woods: Zagreb Free Zone Revisited catalog 1
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    From Oris House of Architecture:

    The event recreates the original exhibition Zagreb Free Zone by the American architect Lebbeus Woods (1940–2012), held at the Zagreb Museum of Arts and Crafts in the turbulent 1991. Lebbeus Woods: Zagreb Free Zone Revisited presents the very same large prints exhibited thirty years ago, while the current extensive monograph traces the original drawings, notebooks and models that followed, including the documents related to the planned construction of a Freespace structure in Zagreb.

    The cover of this two-faced book is silkscreened with white type set in NN Nouvelle Grotesk bold on Curious Matter Black Truffle 380g paper. Nouvelle Grotesk normal and bold were used for the texts within the book. The catalog was edited by Leo Modrčin, Lovorka Prpić, and Aleksandra Wagner, and published by the Faculty of Architecture, University of Zagreb, and Oris.

    Lebbeus Woods: Zagreb Free Zone Revisited catalog 2
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