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Tolerance Posters in Zagreb


The Tolerance Show opened on April 16th at two locations in Zagreb—the first in front of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Zagreb, and the second in front of the School of Applied Arts and Design. The show runs until May 16th. 

This exhibition was organized in collaboration with UBU – the Association of Former ŠPUD Students, the School of Applied Arts and Design, the Museum of Contemporary Art and the Academy of Fine Arts, and the Runaway Art partner project.

I'm very grateful to all of the organizers for their effort, their diligence, and their contributions to this project. It certainly would not have happened without them.

Design bu Babushke/Organizam

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