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Take the opportunity to see Croatian artist Boris Bucan's iconic silk-screen posters up close

Croatian-born Boris Bucan’s bold, pictographic art graced the streets of Zagreb from the ’70s through to the ’90s, punctuating the city with eye-catching colours. Bucan's work is now featured in the permanent collections of a number of galleries, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

The Letitia Morris Gallery will be exhibiting a number of Bucan’s silk-screens from their collection at JCP Studios; these are the original street posters designed by the Croatian artist. The exhibition will run for just over four weeks, with the opening night on September 5.

An Urban Language: The Art of Boris Bucan details

51-57 Cubitt Street, Cremorne 3121

Telephone 03 9529 2288

Price FREE
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Date 05 Sep 2013-25 Sep 2013

Open Opening night 6-8pm; Mon-Fri 9am-5pm; Sat 10-2pm

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