For several years I have been interested in brutalism, an architectural trend of the 1950s, 60s and 70s.
Brutalism is a very particular style and recognizable in particular by two points:
The repetition of elements and the use of a “raw” concrete
These architectures are simply fascinating, often imposing, sometimes they defy the laws of gravity and perspective.
The Western City Gate aka The Genex Tower
Belgrade – Serbia
Designed in a brutalism style by the architect Mihajlo Mitrovi in 1977
Paint and fluo POSCA pen on canvas – 70x100cm