Poster “Commemorative Exhibition of Artists – painters Killed in the People’s Liberation Struggle”
- Collection: The collection of printed material
- Author: Milo Milunović
- Place: Belgrade
- Type of item: Poster
- Material: Paper
- Time : 1945.
- Is it exposed? Yes
- Inventory number: 2-29-912
In March 1945, the Commemorative Exhibition of Artists – painters Killed in the People’s Liberation Struggle was opened in liberated Belgrade.
While the fighting was still ongoing in the Syrmian front and in other parts of Yugoslavia, Belgraders were able to see the works of fallen painters from different parts of Yugoslavia in the Art Pavilion in Kalemegdan.
The poster, which is kept in the Museum of Yugoslavia, testifies to the desire of the new government to emphasize the all-Yugoslav character of the partisan movement, as well as to establish commemorative practices and mechanisms of memory before the official end of the war.
Collection: The collection of printed material (4)
Author: Milo Milunović (1)
Time: 1940-1950 (14)
Place: Belgrade (11)
Type of item: Poster (2)
Material: Paper (14)