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Secession in Sisak

Željko Sušek ; samostalni istraživač

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APA 6th Edition
Sušek, Ž. (1988). Secesija u Sisku. Peristil, 31-32 (1), 139-144. Retrieved from
MLA 8th Edition
Sušek, Željko. "Secesija u Sisku." Peristil, vol. 31-32, no. 1, 1988, pp. 139-144. Accessed 11 May 2021.
Chicago 17th Edition
Sušek, Željko. "Secesija u Sisku." Peristil 31-32, no. 1 (1988): 139-144.
Sušek, Ž. (1988). 'Secesija u Sisku', Peristil, 31-32(1), pp. 139-144. Available at: (Accessed 11 May 2021)
Sušek Ž. Secesija u Sisku. Peristil [Internet]. 1988 [cited 2021 May 11];31-32(1):139-144. Available from:
Ž. Sušek, "Secesija u Sisku", Peristil, vol.31-32, no. 1, pp. 139-144, 1988. [Online]. Available: [Accessed: 11 May 2021]

Observing great museum projects — exhibitions dedicated
to Secession, the author t r ied, taking one city, fi rst
of all it s architecture but also its social ćotality, to determine
the presence of this style in i t s »other extreme», far
from European centers,i vhere Secession had a »petty bourgeois
«rather than e/iće character. Therefore, the study uas
directed touar d quanl i tative methods and assessment of
ti>ne extension of thi s stylistic pattern rather than toward
the concentration of ićs values. Secession u>as found to have
been present for more than three decades, to be continued
as a specific provincial architect»re. Even the most t r i f le
handicraft products appear to bear secessionist sensitivily
presenting specific secessionist pro portionality, thus confirming
the creaćive contribution of the local eni'ironment
being superi>nposed oi >er the imported ideas.

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