Marko Lulic (b. 1972, Vienna, Austria) reworks examples of modernism and exhibits them in iconic architectural spaces. In 2005, Lulic constructed a project in the Storefront for Art and Architecture, NYC, using large-scale monuments built throughout the former Yugoslavia under Tito's regime as a point of departure. He has exhibited at the Frankfurter Kunstverein; Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade; Kunstraum, Innsbruck; MAK/Schindler House, Los Angeles; Grazer Kunstverein; Salzburger Kunstverein, Salzburg. His upcoming solo projects in 2007 will take place at the Kunstverein Heilbronn, Kunstverein Oldenburg, and the Kunstverein Arnsberg. The artist published Modernity and YU with the Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade and Tesla 21 with the Bawag Foundation, Vienna. In 2007, he will publish new catalogues -Durch weichen Beton (Soft Concrete), with Grazer Kunstverein and Revolver Books, Frankfurt; and with Kunstverein Heilbronn and Snoeck, Cologne.