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exhibited works from the Marinko Sudac Collection

List of works:

Visual arts

  1. Vilko Gecan, Rebellion, 1914, ink, paper, 175 x 115 mm
  2. Željko Hegedušić, Rudolf Valention and the Prince of Wales, 1929, collage, 115 x 169 mm
  3. Željko Hegedušić, Pigalle, a Walk, 1931, pencil, paper, 159 x 235 mm
  4. Krsto Hegedušić, Drawings from Marko Ristić's Book "Turpida", 1938
  5. Antun Motika, Untitled, 1943, collage
  6. Antun Motika, Untitled, 1944 - 1945, collage
    Vlado Martek, from the Elemenentary Processes in Poetry series, 1978 - 1981
  7. a poem on a marked surface III, paint, mirror, 300 x 210 mm
  8. paper, pencils, erasers, 297 x 210 mm
  9. pencil, collage, paper, 297 x 210 mm
  10. pencil, glass, paper, 207 x 150 mm
  11. wood, glass, pencil, paper, 245 x 175 mm


Design

  1. Advertisement for the Adler, Borovic and Neusser store, Zenit no. 1, 1921
  2. Manifesto of Zenitism, Zenit no. 6, 1921
  3. Zenit no. 12, 1922
  4. Zenit no. 15, 1922
  5. Zenit no. 17/18, 1922
  6. Advertisment for Jela paper company, Zenit no. 225, 1924
  7. Dada Tank, 1922
  8. Aleksandar Srnec, cover of "Arhitektura" magazine, 1954
  9. Aleksandar Srnec, promotional materials from Zagreb FIlm company, 1954
  10. Aleksandar Srnec, project for the book cover "O stanovanju" by Zdenko Strižić, 1956
  11. Goran Trbuljak, I Don't Want to Say Anything New or Original, 1971, poster


Photography

  1. Željko Jerman, This Is Not My World, 1972, mixed media, 295 x 298 mm
  2. Željko Jerman, the Maričić Family, mixed media, 395 x 298 mm
  3. Željko Jerman, 22.6.1975., 1975, photochemicals, paper, 650 x 680 mm
  4. Željko Jerman,  Skull, 1974, mixed media, 395 x 298 mm
  5. Antun Motika, Untitled, 1943 - 1944, collage , 338 x 267 mm
  6. Antun Motika, Old Gelatine on a Glass Photoplate, 1943, b/w photograph, 413 x 293 mm
  7. Antun Motika, Rope, Plants and Flowers on a Glass Plate, 1943, b/w photograph, 407 x 294 mm
  8. Aleksandar Srnec, Experiment, 1962
  9. Aleksandar Srnec, Experiment, 1962
  10. Aleksandar Srnec, Experiment, 1962
  11. Ivana Tomljenović Meller, Shop Window, 1929, b/w photograph, 236 x 181 mm
  12. Ivana Tomljenović Meller, Bricks, 1930, b/w photograph, 180 x 134 m