Half a Century of Trnsko – the Story of a Generation
Zagreb Dubrava – From the Suburbs to the City
Maksimir – History and Neighbourhoods Symbols
Trešnjevka – Space and People
Trnje – Space and People
Exhibition Concept: Kristian Strukić
Authors of Exhibition Segments: Zvjezdana Antoš, Goran Arčabić, Željko Bukvić, Krešimir Kvočić, Denis Marohnić, Kristian Strukić
Design: Bilić_Müller Design Studio
Visual Identity: Tajana Zver
Venue: Zagreb City Museum
Duration: May – September 2012
With the exhibition Zagreb Dubrava – From the Suburbs to the City, we presented an area located in the eastern part of Zagreb, which officially became part of the city in the late 1940s and early 1950s. Dubrava was shown in the context of its present administrative borders, with an emphasis on the area between Oporovečka Street and the extended Branimirova Street. In administrative terms, Dubrava is now divided into the city quarters of Gornja Dubrava and Donja Dubrava.
The exhibition presented the aforementioned Zagreb area and the development of its first urban landscapes, i.e. when it began to transform from a suburban area into a fully-fledged city quarter. Dubrava was presented as a whole, but we also focused on some of its parts, such as Studentski Grad, Klaka, Trnovčica, Dubac, Novi Retkovac, etc.