DEVĔTSIL
1922
ŽELJKO HEGEDUŠIĆ
1928
ZENIT
1921
Beogradski Nadrealizam
1929
LEF
1925
TRAVELERI
1922

XII 1922, b/w photogtraphy, 105 x 78

A hell of a party in a club , b/w photography, 1922, 76 x 103

Travelers Group, b/w ohotography, 1923, 76 x 103
he members of the group Travelers (1922 – 1932) were: Dragutin Herjanić, Višnja Kranjčević, Zvonimir Megler, Vlado Pilar, Josip Seissel, Miloš Somborski, Miho Schön, Čedomil Plavšić, and Dušan Plavšić. hey took their name after the borrowed English word. he group was founded in 1922 when they irst performed in the gymnastic hall of the II. Realgymnasium in Zagreb. he act, the selection of texts, direction and full mise–en–scene were based on the principle of collage, Dadaist thinking and familiarity with Constructivism. he members were educated young man from the aluent Zagreb families. Aware of the changes that rose after the WWI ended, they became critical toward the middle class society and values. hey performed their action daily; they identiied with art and anticipated the essence of artistic practices that come ifty years later. he group was active for ten years. he members remained close to the end of their lives, but went their separate ways, achieving success in their respective professions (from medicine to architecture and Law). He interests of Travelers have incorporated mass culture, the American ilm, photography, modern music (mostly jazz), fashion, cartoons and visual communication. hey were drawn to the anarchist-like ideas from the contem- porary movements of Dada, Futurism, Expressionism, Constructivism and Surrealism. hey kept abreast with the foreign avant–garde journals – e.g. the German Der Blaue Reiter and the Russian Mir. heir recently discovered legacy shows that this local avant-garde had managed to survive Constructivist, Dadaist and surrealist schisms, the police repression and bourgeois conservatism.he multi-media, performance and interdisciplinary approaches were thus practiced much earlier than what is usually thought by placing their beginnings in the mid-60’s of the past century.
Josip Seissl
1923
Čedomil Plavšić
1929
Andre Breton
1924
Miho Schön
1926
Dizajn japanske knjige iz 20-ih godina Book design in the 1920’s Japan
1928

Book design in the 1920’s Japan

La testa di ferro
1920