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 colors 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, catalog and publications.
Location (city, country): Modern gallery, Zagreb, Croatia / Project Title: “Ljubo Babic – Anthology”
Design: Studio Rašić / Creative director: Ante Rašić / Art directors / Designers: Marko Rašić + Vedrana Vrabec
Client: Modern gallery, 2010-2011