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    KRAK Center for Contemporary Culture (Hamze Hume Street, Bihać)
    May 20, 2022 – June 10, 2022
    Exhibition Opening: Friday, May 20, 2022, at 5 pm

    The exhibition AABiH20172021 is a selection of chosen and awarded architectural works created in the period from 2017 to 2021 as part of the non-competitive exhibition of the Sarajevo Collegium Artisticum. It is a review of the best architectural solutions that have passed the strict criteria of selection and valorization by the international expert commission, appointed by the Association of Architects of Bosnia and Herzegovina as the umbrella professional organization of architects and urban planners in the country. The exhibition, which is held every year at the Collegium Artisticum, is the most important festival of architects since 1975.

    On the other hand, the presented works testify to the vision of reimagining the world through new technologies and inventive approaches to shaping and dissecting space. Therefore, this exhibition pictures the plan of the building process in Bosnia and Herzegovina and represents the possible staging of design trends in the field of architecture. The timeframe is added to the space here as a specific architectural and constructional framework through the format of the last five years, with a projection of the question of the humane future and sustainability of life on earth in general.

    The exhibition presents a total of 27 implemented, conceptual and interior solutions as well as three award-winning books by members of the Association. One of the curiosities of the exhibition is that among the awarded works is the conceptual design of the KRAK Center for Contemporary Culture from 2019 by Ena Kukić and Dinko Jelečević.

    As part of the exhibition in KRAK, the publication Hatinac. Behind the Structures will be presented, edited by architect Lejla Odobašić Novo and published by the Revizor Foundation. It is a publication which attempts to bring together theoretical discussions and catalog the conceptual or implemented proposals of the participants of the same-name symposium and exhibition from 2021, who focused on interdisciplinary deliberation of the Bihać local community Hatinac.

    The exhibition is part of the Bihać Architecture Week, titled Urbanism in Motion this year – an ambitious event organized by the Urban Planning and Construction Service within City Administration of the City of Bihać, which is being held for the first time.


    Ena Kukić, Dinko Jelečević. KRAK, 2018