1949. - 1955.
EXAT 51 (the abbreviation of Experimental Studio) was a group of painters and architects active in Zagreb from 1950 to 1956. Members of the group included the architects: Bernardo Bernardi, Zdravko Bregovac, Zvonimir Radic, Bozidar Rašica, Vjenceslav Richter, Vladimir Zarahović, and the painters Vlado Kristl, Ivan Picelj i Aleksandar Srnec.
EXAT 51 advocated abstract art, contemporary visual communication and the synthesis of all disciplines of artistic creativity, contemporarily termed "total design". During the post-war period, when socialist realism represented official art, members of EXAT51 took a brave and dangerous stance. The group and its activities benefited from Yugoslavia’s break with the Soviet Union and the rejection of the Informbiro resolution by Tito.
EXAT 51 utjecao je na:
Na EXAT 51 utjecali su: