Exhibition “Long Live Life” in Novi Sad
NOVI SAD - The exhibition depicting the life of an ordinary man in the period between 1950 and 1990 dubbed “Long Live Life” will open at the Novi Sad City Museum on Thursday evening.
The exhibition will comprise numerous thematic sections featuring the everyday life of average Yugoslav people.
Yugoslavia's favorite upmarket car Tristac made by Kragujevac-based Crvena zastava, renowned moped Tomos, orthopedic Borosana shoes as part of the standard uniform of all women working in the service sector at the time, Startas, a sneaker brand created in 1976 in former Yugoslavia will be displayed.
The visitors will have an opportunity to see an old classroom with scrapbooks, equipment for voluntary Youth work actions, improvised supermarket with domestic products and items which were imported from the non-aligned countries and also to remind themselves of the smell of colognes and cigarettes.
The “Long Live Life” exhibition has been organized in Belgrade, Ljubljana (Slovenia) and Podgorica (Montenegro), and in Novi Sad it will last by July 8.