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Zeljko Jerman

Željko Jerman: Kemikalije na foto papiru Intervencija / rad kemikalijama na foto papiru. Potpisano / Signed: Željko Jerman 1999. Unique / Original Art Work 18x24cm
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Ivan Picelj: Lenjingrad u godinama rata i mira

Ivan Picelj: Lenjingrad u godinama rata i mira Kabinet grafike JAZU Zagreb, 1976. 84 x 59 cm High Quality Screen Print / visokokvalitetan sitotisak Atelier Brane Horvat / Studio S
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Ivan Picelj: Ivancic

Ivan Picelj: Ivančić Galerija suvremene umjetnosti Zagreb, Katarinin trg 2 19.IX-6.X 1963. 50x70 cm High Quality Screen Print / visokokvalitetan sitotisak Raster crnih linija na sivoj podlozi (sastoje se od blago koso položenih spojenihpo sredini, razmaci se proširuju prema donjem dijelu plakata). U donjem dijelucrna horizontalna ploha s tekstom bijelim slovima.
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Ivan Picelj: Muzej za umjetnost i obrt

Ivan Picelj: Muzej za umjetnost i obrt Muzički instrumenti Zagreb, 1962. godine High Quality Screen Print / visokokvalitetan sitotisak 50x70 cm
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Ivan Picelj: 100 YU / izlozba plakata

Ivan Picelj: 100 YU / izložba plakata Zagreb, 1972 84 × 59 cm Atelier Brane Horvat (Studio S) High Quality Screen Print / visokokvalitetan sitotisak Sivi okvir, srebrnosiva podloga sa sivim pravokutnim rasterom. Gore horizontalniniz: spektar boja, ispod svake boje tekst u tisku crne (krajnjelijevo i desno:yugoslavia, ispod ostalih 100 plakata u 6 jezičnih verzija). Donji dio plakata:tekst u tisku crne.
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MAJ 75 I

Maj 75, BROJ I, nesvrstani, 1982; Vlasta Delimar, Željko Jerman, Vlado Martek, Darko Šimičić, Boris Demur, Matjaž Hanžek, Boris Ivandić, Zlatko Kutnjak, Mangelos, Radomir Mašić, Branka Stanković, Mladen Stilinović, Jaroslav Supek, Balint Szombathy, Vlatko Vincek, Filimir; suradnici: Boris Cvjetanović, Goran Dvoržak, Ivo Vrtarić; fotografija na koricama Vlasta Delimar "Presvlačenje" (performans "Vjenčanje") Materijal/tehnika sitotisak na papiru, muha i selotejp na papiru Dimenzije 42,33 x 29,13 cm
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Ivan Picelj: Ružić

Ivan Picelj: Branko Ružić Zagreb, 1963. Sitotisak / Silkprint 50x70cm Plakat za izložbu "Ružić" u GSU. Plakat je tiskan u 5 boja na bijelom papiru. Gornje tri četvrtine plakata zauzima reprodukcija rada u žuo-smeđe-crnom tonu. U dnu plakata na smeđoj pozadini crnim slovima (Helvetica) naziv izožbe i podaci.
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Ivan Picelj: Ljerka Sibenik

Ivan Picelj: Ljerka Šibenik Zagreb, 1969. Sitotisak / Silkprint 70x50cm Plakat za izložbu "Ljerka Šibenik" . Plakat je tiskan u 4 boje (tamno plava, svjetlo siva, zelena, ružičasta) na bijelom papiru. Tipografija Helvetica.
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Goran Trbuljak: gt

Goran Trbuljak: Monografija gt (2013.) Izrađeno na osnovi izdanja: Edition Vladimir Macura / Museum Macura, 2011. - ručno dorađeno izdanje iz 2013. godine. Intervencije umjetnika na sstranicama 6/7/16/17/26 i na zadnjoj stranici izmijenjen datum, plus potpis umjetnika. Artist book Text in Croatian and English Text: Anonymous Artist 30 pages 16,5x16,5 cm
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Antimuzej

Antimuzej. Artist Book. Vladimir Dodig Trokut & Tomislav Šola (tekst) Zagreb, 1981.Nakladnik: Božo Biškupić, Zagreb, edicija Iris. Tekst je otisnut na bijelom Hannemuhle Butten papiru u 49 primjeraka, u Grafi-Konu, Zagreb. Slog je složen iz pisma Excelsior 10 točaka. U svakom primjerku nalazi se sedam grafika Vladimra Dodiga otisnutih na 200 g papiru, formata 260x190 mm u tehnici svilotiska, Knjiga je zajedničko izdanje autora i Zbirke Biškupić. Ovaj primjeraj je redni broj 15 Stanje - odlično
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Ivan Picelj: Kompozicija 5

Ivan Picelj: Composition 5 Dimensions: 35×49.8 cm Publisher: Kultura, Zagreb 1957. Sitotisak / Silkprint 1957. serigrafija u boji, papir, 182/200 500 x 352 mm MMSU-518 Izdavač: Kultura, Zagreb Uredništvo: Božo Bek, Zlatko Prica, Dragovan Šepić Tehnički urednik: Ivan Picelj Tisak: Atelier za serigrafiju, Zagreb Otisnuli: Zvonimir Melnjak i Mirka Mader
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Ivan Picelj: Kompozicija YZ

Ivan Picelj: Kompozicija YZ Dimensions: 35×49.8 cm Publisher: Kultura, Zagreb 1957. Sitotisak / Silkprint Signed and numbered. Uredništvo: Božo Bek, Zlatko Prica, Dragovan Šepić Tehnički urednik: Ivan Picelj Tisak: Atelier za serigrafiju, Zagreb Otisnuli: Zvonimir Melnjak i Mirka Mader Prva grafička mapa Ivana Picelja.
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Franci Zagoricnik: Naime

Franci Zagoričnik: Naime Znamenja 54 Maribor, 1978. Potpis i posveta autora Slavku Matkoviću Potpisano pismo Slavku Matkoviću Rad flomasteron na kartonu 9x16,5cm Likovna oprema Marko Pogačnik 16x18cm
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Gruppo N / gruppo enne

Gruppo N, which included Alberto Biasi, Ennio Chiggo, Toni Costa, Edoardo Landi and Alfredo Massironi. The optical-dynamic experiments the group realised between its creation in 1959 and dissolution in 1967 led to Biasi being exhibited alongside Enrico Castellani and the Nove Tendencije movement in Zagreb, making him one of the instigators of the movement of Arte Programmata (‘Programmed Art’).
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Ivan Picelj: Vizionarna arhitektura

Ivan Picelj: Vizionarna arhitektura Plakat za izložbu "Vizionarna arhitektura" u Muzeju za umjetnost i obrt. Tiskano u 5 boja (plava, narančasta, crvena, zelena, svj. siva) na bijelom papiru. Plava pozadina. Krugovi ucrtani jedan u drugi, raznih boja. U zagrebačkom muzeju za umjetnosti i obrt 1963. godine održana je izložba Vizionarna arhitektura u organizaciji moma-e iz new Yorka. na izložbi je bio prikazan niz projekata iz raznih razdoblja, sveukupno stotinjak djela na panoima podijeljenima u nekoliko kategorija: 1. zgrade čiji oblici predstavljaju neku vrstu odredišta, 2. linearne, “putujuće” strukture, 3. zgrade složenih 'mitoloških' oblika. dio izloženih projekata bio je inspiriran organskim svijetom i evolucijom oblika. Uz izložbu je otisnut manji katalog.
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Pan 69 (Mladen Stilinovic)

Pan 69. Mladen Stilinović: "Together with Milivoj Puhovski, Degenek and Boris Bata we formed the student film club Pan 69. Through the Union of Socialist Youth we received some funds to buy the necessary equipment and start making films. At first Pan 69 had six or seven members. The first film produced by Pan was Miša Budisavljević's film in 1969, which was screened at GEFF. Pan 69 held film screenings in Zagreb and Belgrade: at the Zagreb Cinema Club Pan 69 had regular nights, as it did in Belgrade at the SKC (Students Cultural Center)." (from Ana Janevski's interview with Mladen Stilinović, unpublished) At the beginning, like many young people, Stilinović wrote poetry, and published some of it in the literary journal Republika. But since his interests were more in the direction of film, with his friends in 1969 he founded the group Pan 69, which was a student cinema club. In order to get hold of film stock and the equipment necessary for making films, this was the only way at that time. Some of the first films were shown at amateur film festivals, but they were fairly different from the production that could be seen there, and so he was invited to places more adapted to his idiom, where the focus was on contemporary visual art. (Branka Stipančić) In 1969 a group of friends – Boris Barta, Mišo Budisavljević, Branko Degenek, Ninoslav Lovčević, Krsto Mihaljević, Milivoj Puhlovski and Mladen Stilinović – founded the student cinema club Pan 69. He shot his first films Ostani na uglu (Stay on the Corner) and Sam si (You’re Alone) in 1970. That year, in a disco club, he met a high school student, Branka Stipančić, (the author of this text) and the two started a long-term relationship. With Pan 69 and his friends he performed the one and only happening entitled Majski i ostali rituali (May and Other Rituals) in Zagreb, in the Theatre ITD during the 24th May Festival of Yugoslav Student Theatre. The happening was stopped and censured while in progress due to political reasons. He also watched American underground films at Zagreb Genre Film Festival (1970), and admired films by Gotovac, Pansini, Petek, Kristl, Vukotić, Makavejev, Pavlović, Žilnik, Naško Križnar, Nuša and Srečo Dragan… He always visited exhibitions of the New Tendencies as well as those held at the Gallery of Contemporary Art. He was motivated by numerous events and translations of critical editions about film, historical avant-gardes, happening, conceptual art, philosophy of language and linguistic theories, which were available in former Yugoslavia in numerous journals such as Rok, Polja, Treći program, Delo, Filmske sveske, Književnost, in the book Mixed Media by Bora Ćosić, etc. He knew well the domestic art scene: the Slovene group OHO, works by Zagreb artists such as Goran Trbuljak, Sanja Iveković, Dalibor Martinis, Braco Dimitrijević and others, and their interventions in urban space. During Pan’s Days, held on a small stage of the Student Centre in Zagreb in 1971, Stilinović showed his films Panika (Panic), Ja volim ljude, a vi? (I Love People, How about You?), More i … (The Sea and …), and Ramenim tako bolno ceo smešan svet (Painfully Shouldering the Whole Funny World), all shot in the same year, and participated in the 6th Festival of Croatian Amateur Film in Zagreb.
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Ivan Picelj: Tjedan muzeja

Ivan Picelj: Tjedan muzeja Zagreb, 1963. godine 70.5 × 50 Sitotisak / Silkprint Plakat za manifestaciju "Tjedan muzeja" u organizaciji Muzejskog društva Hrvatske. Plakat tiskan u 4 boje (plava, crvena, siva, crna) na bijelom papiru. U središtu plakata, na plavoj pozadini, nalazi se bijeli kvadrat unutar kojeg se nalazi crveni kvadrat.U crvenom kvadratu, crnim slovima upisan je datum trajanja manifestacije. Iznad i ispod bijelog kvadrata tekst sivom bojom.
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Dejan Krsic: WHW

Dejan Kršić: WHW Deset plakata za kolektiv WHW Sitotisak / Silkprint 50x70cm Born 1961 in Sarajevo. He graduated art history and ethnology from the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb. He has exhibited in several solo shows (in Zagreb, Ljubljana, Rijeka, Belgrade) and has participated in many collective exhibitions and video festivals. Since the mid 1980s he has been working for various magazines and newspapers as a journalist, editor and/or graphic designer (Polet, Studentski list, Quorum, Svijet, Start, Mladina, Moment, Danas…, Frakcija, Zarez). In the 1993 he was one of the founders and later editor-in-chief of Arkzin biweekly newspaper/magazine and publishing project. He translated to Croatian and published essays by many distinguished theorists and writers such as Slavoj Zizek, Renata Salecl, Darian Leader, Brian Holmes. He created graphic design for numerous respectable exhibition catalogues. Additionally, his design works have been published in many design magazines: Eye (UK), Print (USA), AIGA journal (USA), Kak (Russia); and books: Mirko Ilic & Steven Heller: "Genius Moves - 100 Icons of Graphic Design" (North Light Books, 2001), "Two Colour Graphic" (Rockport, 2004), Milton Glaser & Mirko Ilic: "Design of Dissent" (Rockport, 2005), Timoty Samara: "Publication Design Workbook" (Rockport, 2005); Rick Poynor: "Designing Pornotopia: Travels in Visual Culture" (Laurence King, 2006). Since 2000, Dejan has been collaborating on many projects. As a graphic designer and writer Dejan Krsic has been collaborating on WHW projects: "What, how and for Whom - on the occasions of the 152nd Anniversary of the Communist Manifesto" (Zagreb 2000, Vienna 2001); "Broadcasting Project, dedicated to Nikola Tesla" (Zagreb 2001/2002); "Collective Creativity" (Kassel 2005). Since 2003 he has been designing all visual materials for Gallery Nova, including the gallery newspaper. The interdisciplinary focus of Dejan's work is putting the visual art practice and art theory in a creative dialogue with graphic design and curatorial strategies. Since 2008 he teaches graphic design at Department of visual communications at UMAS, Split, Croatia. Source: Monoskop What, How & for Whom/WHW is a curatorial collective formed in 1999 and based in Zagreb and Berlin. Its members are Ivet Ćurlin, Ana Dević, Nataša Ilić and Sabina Sabolović, and designer and publicist Dejan Kršić.
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Ivan Picelj: Fernand Léger

Ivan Picelj: Plakat za izložbu "Fernand Léger" u Galeriji suremene umjetnosti, Zagreb, 1963. godine. Silkprint / sitotisak 50x70cm Reprodukcija rada u cno-zelenom tonu. U dnu plakata na crvenoj pozadini crnim slovima (Helvetica) naziv izožbe i podaci. Fernand Léger, (born February 4, 1881, Argentan, France—died August 17, 1955, Gif-sur-Yvette), French painter who was deeply influenced by modern industrial technology and Cubism. He developed “machine art,” a style characterized by monumental mechanistic forms rendered in bold colours.
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Dalibor Martinis: Bill Brandt

Dalibor Martinis: Bill Brandt Plakat za izložbu Bii Brandt, fotografije 1937 / 1970 Zagreb, Galerija suvremene umjetnosti, 1983. Sitotisak / Silkprint 97,5 x 67,5 cm Sitotisak Studio S Zagreb
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Sanja Ivekovic: Woman and the Politics of peace

Sanja Iveković: Žene i politika mira Sanja Ivekovic: Woman and the Politics of peace Plakat 50x70 cm Sitotisak / Silkprint Ženski međunarodni forum Centar za ženske studije, Zagreb 1993.
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Mihajlo Arsovski: TEKA 7

Mihajlo Arsovski: TEKA 7 Pravo na lijenost / Paul Lafargue 50x70 cm Sititisak / Silkscreen Zagreb, 1970 / 1975.
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Ivan Picelj: Petlevski

Ivan Picelj: Petlevski Plakat za izložbu Ordana Petlevskog Zagreb, Galerija suvremene umjetnosti, 1962. Sitotisak / Silkprint 50x70 cm
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Ivan Picelj: Prica

Ivan Picelj: Prica Plakat za izložbu Zlatka Price Galerija suvremene umjetnosti Zagreb, 1964. Sitotisak / Silkprint 50x70 cm
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