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  • Title: MDC | Personalni arhiv
    Descriptive info: Glavni sadržaj.. |.. Navigacija u kategoriji.. MDC.. Museums in Croatia.. Links.. hrvatski.. | english.. Find a curator.. Alphabetical list.. A-E.. F-G.. H-K.. L-M.. N-R.. S-U.. V-Ž.. Aleksić, Lucija.. Babin, Ankica.. Balabanić, Josip.. Balen, Branka.. Balen-Letunić, Dubravka.. Barbalić, Željko.. Barbić, Vesna.. Baričević, Marina.. Baričević, Dorotea.. Batorović, Mato.. Bauer, Antonija.. Bauer, Antun.. Begonja-Vidović, Leonilda.. Benc-Bošković, Katica.. Benyovsky, Lucija.. Borošak-Marijanović, Jelena.. Brajdić, Vjekoslav.. Brlošić, Stjepan.. Bulat, Mirko.. Buršić, Herman.. Cvitanović, Đurđica.. Čorak, Željka.. Ćus-Rukonić, Jasminka.. Diana, Deša.. Diminić, Josip.. Dobronić, Lelja.. Draganić, Danica.. Drechsler-Bižić, Ružica.. Dučakijević, Mirjana.. Dukat, Zdenka.. Durbešić, Viktorija.. Dvojković, Zdravko.. Eckhel, Nerina.. Fazinić, Alena.. Frajtag, Zdenka.. Gašparović, Ljerka.. Girardi-Jurkić, Vesna.. Gjetvaj, Nada.. Goll, Predrag.. Gotthardi-Škiljan, Renata.. Hajduk, Stjepan.. Hećimović, Branko.. Heim, Mira.. Horvat, Ida.. Horvat, Vlado.. Horvatić, Franjo.. Iskra-Janošić, Ivana.. Ivanuš, Rhea Silvija.. Ivanuša, Dolores.. Ivetić, Marija.. Ivkanec, Ivanka.. Ivoš, Jelena.. Jajčević, Zdenko.. Juroš-Monfardin, Fina.. Kalauz, Ksenija.. Kalšan, Vladimir.. Karaman, Antun.. Kečkemet, Duško.. Kelemen, Boris.. Kero, Pavao.. Kirigin, Branko.. Klemm, Miroslav.. Kličinović, Božena.. Kosanović, Nikola.. Koščević, Želimir.. Kraguljac, Božena.. Kralj, Ariana.. Kružić-Uchytil, Vera.. Ladović, Vanda.. Ladović, Josip.. Lazarević, Aleksandra.. Lechner, Zdenka.. Leskošek, Vilim.. Lončarić, Magdalena.. Majanović, Nada.. Maleković, Vladimir.. Maroević, Tonko.. Maroević, Ivo.. Maruševski, Olga.. Matić, Ivan.. Mihovilić, Kristina.. Miškiv, Ivanka-Jesenka.. Mrkobrad, Valerija.. Munk, Zdenka.. Nedved, Branka.. Orlić, Alma.. Oštrić, Olga.. Oštrić, Goroslav.. Pauletich, Antonio.. Pavić, Vladimira.. Pavlović, Zagorka.. Petricioli, Sofija.. Petr-Marčec, Smiljana.. Premerl, Nada.. Prister, Boris.. Quien, Guido.. Radauš-Ribarić, Jelka.. Radovčić, Jakov.. Ramušćak, Ljubica.. Randić, Mirjana.. Rendić-Miočević, Ante.. Ribičić-Županić, Anica.. Rus, Zdenko.. Sakač, Mirjana.. Schneider, Marijana.. Sokač-Štimac, Dubravka.. Sorić, Ante.. Staničić, Stanko.. Stergar, Branka.. Susovski, Marijan.. Šercer, Marija.. Šestan, Ivan.. Širec, Ljubica.. Škulj, Božica.. Šterk, Slavko.. Šutalo, Kata.. Toldi, Zvonimir.. Tomičić, Jasna.. Tonković, Marija.. Tonković, Snježana.. Uskoković, Jelena.. Velić, Biserka.. Vikić, Branka.. Vinterhalter, Jadranka.. Vojnović, Zdenko.. Vojnović,  ...   Municipal Museum.. Labin Museum.. Losinj Museum.. Maritime and History Museum of the Hrvatsko primorje Region.. Međimurje Regional Museum in Cakovec.. Međimurje Regional Museum in Čakovec.. Museum Documentation Centre.. Museum of Arts and Crafts.. Museum of Brodsko Posavlje.. Museum of Contemporary Art.. Museum of Lika in Gospić.. Museum of Modern Art Dubrovnik.. Museum of Slavonia.. Museum of the Đakovo Region.. Museum Theatre Collection of the Croatian Academy of Scviences and Arts.. Nova Gradiška Municipal Museum.. Ozalj Local History Museum.. Pazin Municipal Museum.. Permanent Exhibition of Religious Art.. Požega Municipal Museum.. Public Institution Ante and Wiltrud Topić Mimara Art Collection - Mimara Museum.. Rovinj Local History Museum.. Samobor Museum.. Sisak Municipal Museum.. Slavonski Brod Fine Arts Gallery.. Split Ethnographic Museum.. Split Municipal Museum.. Šibenik Municipal Museum.. Technical Museum.. The Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts Glyptotheque.. The Croatian Museum of Naive Art.. The Podravka Museum of Nutrition.. The Strossmayer Gallery of Old Masters of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts.. Trakosćan Castle.. Varazdin Municipal Museum.. Varaždin Municipal Museum.. Varaždinske Toplice Local History Museum.. Vinkovci Municipal Museum.. Virovitica Municipal Museum.. Vukovar Municipal Museum.. Zadar Regional Museum.. Zagreb Municipal Museum.. Field of work:.. archaeology.. architecture.. arts.. biology.. conservation.. documentalist.. ethnography.. ethnology.. fine arts.. history.. librarianship.. museology.. natural history.. numismatics.. painting.. pedagogy.. religious arts.. restoration.. sculpture.. The Personal Information Archive of Croatian distinguished Curators.. Info for users.. Mirjana Sakač.. Marijana Schneider.. Dubravka Sokač-Štimac.. Ante Sorić.. Stanko Staničić.. Branka Stergar.. Marijan Susovski.. Marija Šercer.. Ivan Šestan.. Ljubica Širec.. Božica Škulj.. Slavko Šterk.. Kata Šutalo.. Zvonimir Toldi.. Jasna Tomičić.. Snježana Tonković.. Marija Tonković.. Jelena Uskoković.. About us.. Collections.. Library.. Archive.. Register of museums in Croatia.. Projects.. Publications.. Protection.. Site map.. Impressum.. Rules and guidelines.. top..

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  • Title: MDC | Personalni arhiv
    Descriptive info: Print this page.. Lucija Aleksić.. Vocation.. BA (art history) and psychology.. Professional Grade.. museum adviser (ret.. ).. Field of work.. fine arts, modern art.. Particular specialisation.. modern art of Dubrovnik, popular arts, handicrafts, fine arts.. Home institution.. ,.. Matica hrvatska Dubrovnik Publishing Institute.. Biography.. Lucija Aleksić was born in Dubrovnik in 1940.. She attended high school in Dubrovnik, and graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy, Zagreb, with a BA (art history) and psychology.. From 1965 to 1967 she was employed in the bookshop of the Publishing Institute of the Croatian Matrix, and from 1968 to 1969 was a volunteer in the Institute for the Conservation of Monuments of Culture in Dubrovnik.. She has devised many exhibitions such as “A hundred years of modern art in Dubrovnik”, “A retrospective exhibition of Đuro Pulitika” (1982), an exhibition of Marko Rašica (1986) and one of Vlaho Bukovac (1994).. She was an associate on such big exhibition  ...   been director of the institute, once from 1972 to 1973, and a second time during the Homeland War, in 1991 to 1993.. She has taken complete care of the Bukovac Gallery in Cavtat for a full 30 years.. She is chairperson of the Dubrovnik association Baština/Heritage, the task of which is to advance and encourage folk creative work in the area of folk handicraft and traditional fine arts in the Dubrovačko-neretvanska County.. For her work and for her particular devotion to the conservation and rescue of the holdings of the Museum of Modern Art in Dubrovnik during the Homeland War she was decorated in 1996 with the Order of the Croatian Daystar with the figure of Marko Marulić.. She has donated blood 25 times.. NB.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on June 27, 2005.. From our library:.. Selected bibliography..

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  • Title: MDC | Personalni arhiv
    Descriptive info: Ankica Babin..

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  • Title: MDC | Personalni arhiv
    Descriptive info: Josip Balabanić.. BA biology, theology.. Advanced qualifications.. DSc.. scientific adviser (ret.. biology, experimental biology, Darwinism in Croatia.. Croatian scientists (studying the life and work of leading Croatian natural scientists).. Archiepiscopal Classics High School, Zadar,.. Josip Balabanić was born in 1939 in Kolan on the island of Pag.. He attended elementary school in his birthplace, went to the Archiepiscopal Classics High School in Zagreb up to 1958, and took a course in theology in the Catholic Theology Faculty in Zagreb and Zadar.. In 1964 -1965 he privately passed four grades of high school, graduated and enrolled in the biology course of the Natural Sciences and Mathematics faculty in Zagreb.. He worked as a teacher in Zadar, and in 1972 enrolled in the post-graduate school of experimental biology.. He obtained a master’s with a thesis on the Differentiation of cytosoluble proteins in the ontogenesis of  ...   contribution has been to the reception of Darwinism in Croatia.. He has written four books, some 30 original scientific papers, 40 or so specialised articles.. He has contributed to the understanding of the work of leading Croatian natural historians and biologists (Spiridon Bursina, Ljudevit Farkaš Vukotinovic, Bogoslav Šulek and others).. His best known work is that concerning Vukotinovic, [At the wellsprings of modern Croatia], published by Školska knjiga in 2005.. He has produced many articles and brochures and organised an international conference (with a catalogue) called Nature+Culture.. In 1992 he launched the scientific and specialised journal of the Croatian Natural History Museum Natura Croatica, with an international editorial board, of which he was the first editor.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on September 30, 2003.. Others about the author..

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  • Title: MDC | Personalni arhiv
    Descriptive info: Branka Balen.. BA (art history) and English language.. MA in human sciences.. museum adviser.. fine arts, 18th and 19th century painting.. artists of Slavonia, the painting of Josip Franjo Mücke.. Branka (or Ančica, or Ivana, or Jelena) Balen was born in Osijek in 1941.. She graduated in art history and English at the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb University, and has spent her whole working life in the Gallery of Fine Arts in Osijek, as manager of the 18th and 19th century Painters Collection.. From 1870 to 1999 she organised a great many exhibitions of her own devising, the most prestigious of which were Miroslav Kraljevic, Fine Artists of Slavonia, Johann Friedrich Overbeck, Rudolf Valić, Jovan Gojkovic, Franjo Pflaz and Josip Franjo Mücke, as well as Contemporary Artists of Slavonia and Views of Slavonia in  ...   Dr Andre Mohorovičić.. She has written 12 scholarly articles, taken part in 22 conferences and congresses with addresses.. She has written nine books and monographs published by the Gallery of Fine Arts in Osijek, and numerous catalogues.. She has taken part in many conferences, is a member of numerous associations and working groups: the Publication Committee of the Paper of Slavonian Museums; the Croatian Academy Art Section; the Osijek Institute for Scientific and Artistic Work; the Executive Committee of the Croatian Museums Association, Zagreb; and president of the Croatian-Austrian Association of Osijek.. For her dedicated work she was awarded the Croatian Museums Association "Pavao Ritter Vitezović" Prize for lifetime achievement in 2007.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on October 20, 2004..

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  • Title: MDC | Personalni arhiv
    Descriptive info: Dubravka Balen-Letunić.. archaeologist.. archaeology, prehistory,.. prehistoric settlements, the Iapod people.. Dubravka Balen Letunić was born in 1942 in Zagreb, where she took a degree in archaeology from the Faculty of Philosophy.. She has spent her whole career in the Archaeological Museum in Zagreb, in which she attained the rank of museum adviser and the position of manager of the Prehistory Department.. She has been engaged with research work, and has worked at excavations throughout Croatia (prehistoric settlements and necropolises of Vukovar’s Lijeva bara, the Iapodean necropolises of the Ogulin area, stone tools from Hrvatsko Zagorje, test digs in the village of Trovrh, a revision excavation of the tumulus of the Early Iron Age, research  ...   commonly but not only published in Vjesnik of the Archaeology Museum Zagreb, the Yearbook of Varaždin Municipal Museum, Museum Vjesnik, Osijek Collection and others.. She has authored several catalogues, among which of particular importance is Iapod Warriors between East and West.. She wrote a guide to the Prehistory Department, and a bibliography of Dr Ksenija Vinski Gasparin (1950-1987), and in 2004 worked out the conception for the new permanent display of the Prehistory Department of the Archaeological Museum in Zagreb.. She has had several international exhibitions, in for example Arezzo and Torino.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on January 28, 2004..

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  • Title: MDC | Personalni arhiv
    Descriptive info: Željko Barbalić.. BA in history and ethnography.. senior curator.. ethnography, ethnography of Krk island.. Potting, basket making.. Željko Barbalić was born in Subotica in 1936, living there until 1940 when his parents, as a result of the war, moved to Valpovo, where they stayed until 1946.. He attended elementary school in Valpovo, and after the war completed secondary schooling in Subotica.. He first of all enrolled in an electrical engineering course, but because of poor eyesight abandoned this and enrolled in the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb University, reading ethnography and history, and afterwards chose history as his main subject.. Since he grew up in a Hungarian-speaking community, from his childhood he has had an excellent command of Hungarian.. He has spent the whole of his career in the Maritime and History Museum of the Croatian Littoral in Rijeka, first as ethnology curator, and then as manager of the Ethnology Department, senior curator and director of the Museum.. He  ...   has also dealt with the topic of traditional carnivalesque figures from the region.. He has worked on the reconstruction of folk customs on Krk.. He wrote several texts about ethnographic research in the island of Krk, basket making in Krk, and the development of the ethnographic collection of Krk island in Dobrinj.. On the whole he published his papers in the Krk zbornik.. He said that his lifetime’s work was to have created the permanent display of the Ethnography Department of the Maritime and History Museum of the Croatian Littoral in Rijeka, and the formation of the Ethnography Collection in Dobrinj.. In his work, he paid much attention to extensive documentation.. One of his great loves remained electrical engineering, and a hobby was amateur radio.. Željko Barbalić died on December 24, 2007, in his 71st year.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on December 4, 2003..

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    Descriptive info: Vesna Barbić.. BA (art history).. fine arts, modern fine arts.. the sculpture of Ivan Meštrović.. Vesna Barbić was born in Zagreb in 1925.. She graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb University, having read art history, in 1951.. Her first job was in the archives of the Museum of Arts and Crafts, where she worked while still ABD, and in the same year moved to the Museum of Modern Art in Dubrovnik to the position of curator and acting director.. From 1955 she worked in the Museum of Contemporary Art in Zagreb.. Her last working position was in the Meštrović Studio, in which she was employed from 1960 until her retirement.. She closed her career with the rank of museum adviser.. She devoted a great deal  ...   Drawings from the Albertina, the Development of Drawing through the Centuries, and the interconnected production of paper.. She particularly stressed the role of the auxiliary technical staff in museums, of whom no one wrote in publications, or spoke of at the opening of exhibitions, and yet are an important part of everyday work in the museum, especially when exhibitions are being mounted.. She was honoured for her work with the City of Zagreb Commendation, the "Pavao Ritter Vitezović" Prize of the Croatian Museum Association and for her lifetime’s achievement the decoration of the Order of the Croatian Daystar with the Figure of Marko Marulić.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on January 22, 2002..

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    Descriptive info: Marina Baričević.. BA (lit.. art critic.. Art history, art criticism.. Ceramics, sculpture.. Radio Zagreb.. Marina Baričević was born in 1941 in Zagreb, where she was also educated.. She took a degree at the Faculty of Philosophy, Zagreb University (comparative literature).. Her first job was in Radio Zagreb, from 1970 to 1991, where she was editor, commentator and art critic, editing the programme Let’s talk about visual/art culture.. From 1991 to 1994 she was director of the Ivan Meštrovic Foundation in Zagreb, Split and Otavice.. In a number of actions, donations and a lot of engagement while director she rescued the complete Meštrovic Studio, took in hand the introduction of electrical wiring in the Split Meštrović Gallery, and planted 110 sponsored olive trees in Crkvine, Split.. From 1996 to 2006 she worked part time as art critic for the Rijeka paper Novi list and was editor of a special art magazine supplement for Privredni vjesnik, Zagreb.. She also wrote for several other journals and papers-Vjesnik, Oko, Radost, for example.. Since 1983 she has also written for the  ...   She has written numerous essays and reviews and a great many forewords for catalogues.. She has acted as member or chair of various art committees, commissions, councils, juries and colonies.. She has published eighteen specialised books in the discipline, among which one should mention the History of Modern Ceramics in Croatia (Zagreb, 1986) (2nd enlarged edition, 1996), a monograph Kamilo Tompa, Zagreb, 1990; a monograph Velibor Macukatin, Bol, 1993; Hinko Gudac, Zagreb, 1997; a small monograph Vojko Radoičić, Makarska, 1999; Luck Heirs – selected critiques, Zagreb, 2w001; Letters 1970-2004; Artists to the Lady Critic, Rijeka, 2004; Mirror Image, Opatija in the work of artists, Opatija, 2005; Mediterranean Fascination, Makarska Coastline as inspiration in art, Makarska, 2007; Branka Frangeš Hegedušić , 1007.. She has been a professional adviser and screenplay writer for several documentary films about painters and potters.. Since 2006 she has written part time for the Split Feral Tribune.. Marina Baričević retired in 2001.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded onFebruary 12, 2008..

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    Descriptive info: Dorotea Baričević.. BA in art history and classical archaeology.. PhD.. fine arts, Baroque religious sculpting in 17th and 18th century NW Croatia.. pulpits of the 17th and 18th century, photographic documentation.. Fine Arts Archives of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts (formerly Yugoslav),.. Historical Institute of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts (formerly Yugoslav).. Dorotea (Doris) Baričević was born in Graz (Austria) in 1923.. She attended elementary and secondary schools in Zagreb.. She graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy, Zagreb University, majoring in art history and classical archaeology in 1948.. Her first job was as a volunteer in the Plaster Cast Collection - Gipsoteka - of the City of Zagreb, at the Collection of Fine Arts Archives (up to 1949), where she later received a fulltime job.. When the Archive split off from the Yugoslav Academy in 1953, Baričević remained in it and worked as curator.. In 1960 the Archive was annexed to the History Institute of the Yugoslav Academy, and Doris Baričević was employed as assistant in the institute.. She retired in 1993 in the rank of scientific adviser.. As early as 1979 the Archives of the Yugoslav/Croatian Academy were made subordinate to the Architecture and Town Planning Office.. Doris Baričević devoted the whole  ...   collection of exhibition catalogues, and pursuant to archival material and visual documentation supplemented the biographies of artists of the 19th and 20th centuries.. She investigated materials in Austria, Slovenia and Germany, as well as in the Archiepiscopal Archives in Zagreb.. She wrote a master’s dissertation on Pulpits of the 17th century in NW Croatia, which she expanded, so that it became the basis for the successful doctoral dissertation Baroque Religious Sculpting of the 17th and 18th century in NW Croatia, in 1972.. In her work she often made use of literature she found in Austria or south Germany, for no one had dealt systematically with this topic previously in Croatia.. Particularly worth stressing is that this work needed a sound knowledge of Latin and German, for the ability to read the old documents and files, and for constant field work in the libraries of Vienna, Graz and elsewhere.. At the moment Dorotea Baričević is arranging her materials for a book - a kind of chronology of her research efforts.. She also has material collected for monograph publications of Baroque sculptors who worked in NW Croatia.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on February 13, 2003..

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  • Title: MDC | Personalni arhiv
    Descriptive info: Mato Batorović.. Museum technical assistant.. museum technical assistant.. Ethnology, cultural history.. cultural heritage of Ilok and environs, archives.. Mato Batorović was born in Cernik by Nova Gradiška in 1947, there completing elementary school.. He attended Franciscan classics high school in Zagreb.. Because of poor sight he abandoned a course in history that he had enrolled in while working.. For a short time he worked as a clerk in Jugobanka and at the end of 1969 arrived in Ilok, got a job as a warehouseman in Odescalchi Castle, in which Ilok Municipal Museum is located.. Since he had always been interested in history and the cultural heritage, he worked occasionally as a guide to the permanent display.. From 1972 on he was employed full time by the Ilok Municipal Museum, which worked within the context of local adult education.. For the next ten years he did practically everything in the museum, collecting material in the field, preparing and setting up exhibitions to being acting director.. In 1976 he took part in the revival of the Art Colony in Ilok, which was the first  ...   early as 1992 he launched two important cultural projects: the art colony In signo terrae and the round table Ilok-to Croatian culture.. After the war, in 1997, he was one of the first to go back to Ilok and start the museum working again.. In collaboration with the Croatian language chair of the Faculty of Philosophy of Zagreb University and the Educational Faculty in Osijek he organised the conference called Julije Benešic Days.. He regularly wrote for the Ilocki list and also published articles in Glas Slavonija, Vukovarske novine and specialised museum journals.. He also wrote for religious papers and journals.. He published six books, was an organiser or producer of a number of projects, putting enormous effort into arranging and putting into order the museum holdings.. For his particular services to culture, along with many other recognitions, in 1998 he was decorated with the Order of the Croatian Daystar with Figure of Marko Marulić, and retired in 2006.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on April 20, 2007..

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