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: Tamara Bjažić Klarin, Dino Igrec, Sonja Leboš, Vesna Leiner, Boris Mašić, Kristian Strukić, Hela Vukadin-Doronjga
Design: Nikolina Jelavić Mitrović
Visual Identity: Miljenko Gregl
Venue: Zagreb City Museum
Duration: April – October 2014
The exhibition Maksimir – History and Neighbourhoods Symbols presented the history of the area of the present-day Maksimir quarter. The area underwent rapid development in the years after 1900 when it was annexed to Zagreb.
The sequence of themes within the exhibition space roughly mapped the model of the Maksimir area, highlighting the more important points of Maksimir, but of the entire city of Zagreb as well, such as Maksimir Park and the Zoo, Maksimir Stadium and GNK Dinamo football club, Maksimir Road and the first craftsmen, Kvaternik Square, old residential areas (Stara Pešćenica, Željezničarska Kolonija and Gogoljin Brijeg), Patria, Fotokemika, RIZ and Kraš factories, old schools and churches in Remete and Bukovac summer villas, schools and hospitals in Jordanovac, Lašćina, etc.
 The visual identity of the research-based exhibitions and design of the accompanying publications were done by the same artists, except in this case where the accompanying publication was designed by Tajana Zver.