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New photos from Podgorica

We just received photographs of Tolerance posters posted in the widows of the Museums and Galleries of Podgorica, Montenegro.
Posting only black and white posters in the windows fits perfectly with the colour theme of the building, nice touch.
 
The Tolerance Poster Show is part of the Fluid - dizajn forum conference and it was made possible in partnership with NVU FLUX, Museums and Galleries of Podgorica and the Secretariat for Culture and Sports of the Capital.
 
Photos by Duško Miljanić.
You can see more about the show in Podgorica here.
 




 

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