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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, Mihovil.. Vorano, Tullio.. Vrbanić-Fadjejev, Ivana.. Vrkljan-Križić, Nada.. Zebec, Vladimir.. Zidić, Igor.. Name and surname:.. Home institution:.. Arcaheological Museum of Istria.. Arcaheological Museum Split.. Archaeological Museum Zadar.. Archaeological Museum in Zagreb.. Belisce Museum.. Bjelovar Municipal Museum.. Cres Museum.. Croatian History Museum.. Croatian Natural History Museum.. Croatian Railways Museum.. Croatian School Museum.. Croatian Sports Museum.. Ethnographic Museum Zagreb.. Ethnographical Museum of Istria.. Gallery of Fine Arts.. Gallery of Modern Art.. Graphic Art Cabinet of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts.. HT Museum - Croatian Post and Telecommunication Museum.. Ilok Municipal Museum.. Imotski Local History Museum.. Istrian History Museum.. Ivan Mestrovic Foundation - Ivan Mestrovic Atelier.. Ivan Mestrovic Foundation - Ivan Mestrovic Gallery.. Ivan Meštrović Foundation - Ivan Meštrovic Gallery.. Ivan Meštrović Foundation - Ivan Meštrović Atelier.. Karlovac Municipal Museum.. Kastela Municipal Museum..  ...   ethnology.. fine arts.. history.. librarianship.. museology.. natural history.. numismatics.. painting.. pedagogy.. religious arts.. restoration.. sculpture.. Print this page.. Zdenka Lechner.. Vocation.. BA (anthropology.. Professional Grade.. museum adviser (ret.. ).. Field of work.. Particular specialisation.. traditional culture of NE Croatia, textile handicraft of Slavonia, Baranja and Srijem.. Home institution.. ,.. Biography.. Zdenka Lechner was born in 1918 in Osijek.. She completed girls’ modern high school in Zagreb, and from 1940 to 1945 worked in the post office directorate as a clerk.. In 1953 she took a degree in anthropology from the Science and Mathematics Faculty of Zagreb University.. She started her museum career in Museum of Slavonia, Osijek, where as curator she explored the ethnographic material in the field of Slavonia, Baranja and Srijem, for the sake of studying the most important elements of the traditional culture in the whole area of NW Croatia.. In 1965 she was promoted to senior curator, with a move to the Ethnographic Museum Zagreb, where she ran the Slavonia, Baranja and Srijem Costume Department.. As well as systematic concern for the protection of the holdings, she catalogued items per collection, carried out acquisitions, research and publication of material.. Her connection with the International Folklore Festival in Zagreb and with the folk arts festival Vinkovci Autumn, Đakovo Broideries, Youth and Beauty of Slavonia (Stari Mikanovci), Šokac Session (Županja) and the folk arts events in Donji Andijevci is important.. She elaborated numerous preliminary connections for permanent displays in various museums: Požega Basin Museum, today Požega Municiipal Museum, Split Ethnographic Museum, Vukovar Municipal Museum, Museum of Brodsko Posavlje, Našice Local Museum and others.. She is the author of many specialised articles, prefaces to catalogues, exhibitions, has co-authored monographs, and directed to ethnological films.. The crowning point of her career was the publication by the Croatian Association of Folk Arts Traditional Culture of Slavonia, Baranja and Srijem in 2000.. From the ample bibliography one can see how many subjects she dealt with: potting, textile handicrafts and apparel, seasonal customs and so on.. For her long-time work she was awarded 22 medals, letters of thanks, charters, certificates and commendations.. NB.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on May 22, 2002.. From our library:.. Selected bibliography.. Others about the author.. About us.. Collections.. Library.. Archive.. The Personal Information Archive of Croatian distinguished Curators.. Register of museums in Croatia.. Projects.. Publications.. Protection.. Site map.. Impressum.. Rules and guidelines.. top..

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    Descriptive info: Vilim Leskošek.. BFA (painting).. museum adviser.. Restoration and conservation works.. Restoration of the monumental inventory.. Vilim Leskošek was born in Zagreb in 1918.. He attended the State First Boys’ Real High School in Zagreb, and State Secondary Engineering School in Zagreb.. In 1939 he got a job as an office worker in the Ban electrical firm in Zagreb.. In autumn 1943 he enrolled in the education course in the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb.. In 1947 he graduated, and enrolled in a post-graduate course in the Fine Arts Department, Painting with Printmaking Section, class of T.. Krizman.. From 1949 to 1951 he was a freelance artist and had several pictures shown in ULUH exhibitions.. In 1951 he was appointed curator in Varaždin Municipal Museum Picture Gallery, where with conservator friends he took part in inspecting Trakošcan Castle and making recommendations about the measures necessary for the preservation of the castle and for making a museum therein.. During 1952 he attended a conservation course in the Institute for the Conservation and Restoration  ...   was damaged in an earthquake of 1982, Leskošek went on with the repairs to the building.. In parallel with his conservation and restoration works, he was actively involved in painting and took part in collective and individual exhibitions and worked on the conception of the display.. As well as articles in museum publications and the dailies, Leskošek is the author of four editions of guides to Trakošćan Castle, the last being printed in 1984, in four languages, in 15,000 copies.. For his work he received several recognitions and prizes: 1959, Order of Labour, 3rd Class for Services during the War; 1985 the Commune of Ivanec May 8 Prize; 1986 the Pavao Ritter Vitezović Prize of the Croatian Museum Association for lifetime achievement.. Vilim Leskošek died in Rijeka in 1995.. At the initiative of Trakošćan Castle and the Tourist Office of Bednje, the Art Colony in Trakošćan bears his name.. NB: data from the MDC archives and material collected by Leskošek’s nephew Marijan Dilkic and submitted to the Personal Archives of the MDC..

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  • Title: MDC | Personalni arhiv
    Descriptive info: Nada Majanović.. BA (ethnology).. Ethnology, museum education.. PR, education and advertising.. Nada Majanović was born in 1929, in Zagreb, where she was educated at high school and the Faculty of Philosophy, ethnology major.. For some time she worked as a teacher of history in Vareš (Bosnia and Herzegovina), in a vocational and day release school (1956-1961).. From 1973 she was employed in the Ethnographic Museum in Zagreb, in the job of assistant curator, and after passing the professional exam, in 1973 achieved the rank of curator.. She worked as an independent officer in the didactic and advertising department of the Ethnology Museum in Zagreb; she organised her work into two separate activities - in the field of education and cultural campaigns, and work in PR.. As part of the first, she was linked with schools and kindergartens, and  ...   many touring exhibitions for schools and kindergartens, and in the PR activity kept constantly in touch with the media, the result of which was the many interviews, articles, news items, spots, TV adverts and so on.. She made invitations, posters, information panels, working catalogues and souvenirs.. She authored many exhibitions in the Ethnographic Museum and in the field.. She was systematically engaged in research into folk customs, hunting, fishing, the celebration of new wine and so on.. She published her work in various journals and professional publications.. Sent by the Commission for Cultural Links with Foreign Countries she visited museums and schools in the Hungarian cities of Mohacs, Pecs, Budapest.. For her work she won some dozen certificates and recognitions from tourist associations and schools.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC..

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  • Title: MDC | Personalni arhiv
    Descriptive info: Vladimir Maleković.. BA (art history).. curator.. art, theory of art, management.. art criticism, multinational culture projects, journalism, literature.. Vjesnik, Zagreb,.. Vladimir Maleković was born in 1936 in Brdovec.. He attended secondary school in Varaždin and Zagreb.. In 1962 he took a BA (art history) in the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb University.. From 1953 to 1961 he had been engaged in writing, publishing poetry, prose and reviews in literary weeklies and magazines (Polet, Literatura, Književne novnine, Telegram, Republika and others).. From 1961 to 1963 he was script writer and assistant director in RTV Zagreb, and from 1964 was in the editorial office of Vjesnik, published reviews on art, literature, theatre, music, architecture, design and conservation of monuments.. Even before he moved to the Museum of Arts and Crafts in 1983 he had conceived or independently produced numerous monograph exhibitions, retrospectives of culture-related exhibitions.. He is author of the exhibitions: Croatian Fine Art (1945-1955), 1974; Group of  ...   1987.. He was editor of publishing series and libraries, editor, reviewer or member of the editorial board of numbers domestic and foreign publishing firms.. He initiated and led the revival of the Museum of Arts and Crafts, was author of the preliminary concept of the new permanent display of 1993.. He wrote several screenplays for short films and TV programmes.. In 1998 Matica Hrvatska published his book of poems Stone Gardens, and Ex Libris in 2001 published a book of columns Bogomraki.. He won numerous prizes and awards: City of Zagreb Prize, 1989 and 1993; the decoration Order of the Croatian Daystar with Figure of Marko Marulić and the INA Prize for the promotion of Croatian culture abroad, 1997.. He died while still director of the Museum of Arts and Crafts in 2003.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on 9.. listopada 2002..

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  • Title: MDC | Personalni arhiv
    Descriptive info: Tonko Maroević.. BA (art history), comparative literature.. Advanced qualifications.. PhD, university professor, academician.. scholarly adviser, Art History Institute.. fine arts, history of art of the medieval period, modern art.. literature, literary and art criticism, translation.. Institute of Art History Zagreb,.. Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb.. Tonko Maroević was born in 1941 in Split, where he also did his primary and secondary education.. In 1963 he took a degree from the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb University, majoring in comparative literature and art history.. In 1976 he took a doctorate with a dissertation on Fine Arts in Croatian Literature since the Modern Period.. He has been an assistant at the chair of medieval history, a lector in Croatian, an associate for the documentation of modern art.. He has taught at the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb and at the universities in Milan and Trieste.. Since 1970 he has worked in the Institute for  ...   has published several books of poems (Blind Eye; Genevieve Motif; Trace of Horn Not Without Devil; Four Handed; Sonnet Discipline; Black and Light; Verses of Occasion and others.. He compiled the anthology of Croatian poetry 1971-1995 Exclamations, and is author of the book of criticism Click – momentary images of Croatian poetry (1988-1998), 1998; and an anthology of Catalan poetry Bull’s Hide (1987).. He has written several monographs on art – on N.. Kurtović Kavurić, Z.. Kauzlarić Atač, Vojin Bakić, Antun Zuppa, Vojo Radoičić; Ante Kaštelančić; Zlatko Šimunović and many others.. He has received numerous prizes and recognitions for his work: the Seven Secretaries Prize for art criticism; the Antun Gustav Matoš Prize for literature; the J.. Benešić Prize for literature criticism; the Maslinov vijenac - Masle Wreath; and the Tin Ujević Poetry Prize.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on February 13, 2002..

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  • Title: MDC | Personalni arhiv
    Descriptive info: Ivo Maroević.. Tenured full professor.. PhD.. Professor of museology.. Museology.. Historical and contemporary town planning and architecture, conservation and restoration.. Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb,.. Croatian Restoration Institute.. Ivo Maroević was born in 1937 in Stari Grad, Hvar.. He graduated in art history and English at the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb.. His first job was in an elementary school in Grubišino Polje, and then he worked in the Adamec Elementary School, and in the People’s Park in Maksimir, the Sisak Municipal Museum, the Croatian Conservation Institute and finally at the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb, where he was a full professor of museology at the museology chair.. He carried out many jobs, and was a teacher of English and of visual culture, conservator, director, kept documentation, university professor and vice-dean of the  ...   a doctorate in 1971, his subject being: Sisak, City and Architecture.. In 1969 be published the book The Present of the Heritage; in 1986, Zagreb by Itself, 1999; Anthology of Zagreb Architecture, 2000; Chronicle of Zagreb Architecture, 1981-2002.. In 1993 he published the book Introduction to Museology.. He received a number of prizes and recognitions for his work: the Božidar Adžija Prize; recognition of the Federation of Conservators of Croatia; the Cika Cross; City of Zagreb Prize; Matica Hrvatska Prize for the book War and Heritage in Croatia; and the "Pavao Ritter Vitezović" Prize of the Croatian Museum Association for lifetime achievement.. Professor Maroević died in Zagreb on January 20, 2007, in his 70th year.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on October 13, 2002..

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    Descriptive info: Olga Maruševski.. consultant of the Art History Institute (ret.. architecture, art of the 19th century, Biedermeier and historicism.. building activities of I.. Kršnjavi, bibliography, beginnings of art, vocational and specialised education.. Miroslav Krleža Lexicographic Institute, Zagreb.. Olga Maruševski was born in Popovača in 1922.. She graduated from the Zagreb Upper Town lyceum, enrolled in the Law faculty, and worked as a clerk in the Treasury; from 1945 she was in the Yugoslav Academy in Zagreb as part time trainee working on the bibliography of domestic fine arts.. In 1957 she took a BA (art history) at the Faculty of Philosophy, and in 1986 took a doctorate with a dissertation on Iso Kršnjavi.. From 1951 to 1973 she worked in the Miroslav Krleža Lexicographic Institute in Zagreb, and later was an expert collaborator in the Institute for the History of Art in Zagreb.. She spent a lot of her productive time to research into recent Austrian and Germany art history literature of the 19th century and to the architecture of Zagreb, Karlovac, Slavonski Brod  ...   attention to the fine arts of the 19th century.. From her capacious bibliography, writings that are fascinated with the personality and work of Iso Kršnjavi, whose archives she studied thoroughly, particularly stand out.. She was among the first to research into the beginnings of art and specialised vocational education and published numerous publications in this area.. She published her works in numbers papers and journals: Vijesti muzealaca i konzervatora, Vjesnik, Večernji list, Bulletin Razreda za likovne umjetnosti JAZU, Kaj, Čovjek i prostor, Vijenac and Peristil.. She authored several books and numerous forewords to catalogues of well-known exhibitions.. She was rewarded for her work with the City of Zagreb Prize, 1998; the Order of the Croatian Daystar with Figure of Marko Marulić in 1998 and Memorial of the Art History Institute.. She was given the Radovan Ivančević Prize of the Association of Art Historians for Lifetime Achievement on April 18, 2007.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on March 13, 2003..

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  • Title: MDC | Personalni arhiv
    Descriptive info: Ivan Matić.. BL.. Legal and personnel affairs.. historical development of railways in Croatia, study of musealia of rolling stock and traction engines.. Croatian Railways,.. Centar Municipalty, Zagreb,.. Ivan Matić was born in Privlaka by Vinkovci in 1937.. He graduated high school in Vinkovci, and the Law Faculty in Zagreb.. From 1966 he was a trainee in the railways (Ž T P) in Zagreb, and after a year, took over matters of running the legal and general affairs department in the then work unit of Zagreb-Borongaj.. Thirty years later he was head of human resources in ŽTP in Zagreb.. From 1975 to 1977 he worked outside ŽTP, to which he returned in 1977.. From then until 1982 he looked after legal affairs in ŽTP-Invest, whence he was transferred to  ...   the job of manager of this museum.. With dedicated work he devised the museum activity in the museum and harmonised it with the enactments that govern museum work; he set up an internal system for the classification of the library collection and photo collection, and worked vigorously collecting and studying musealia, particularly of rolling stock and locomotives.. He also worked on the study of museum material connected with the historical development of the railway system in Croatia and put the manuscript material holdings in order.. With his consistent work, he created the basic preconditions for the development of the Croatian Railway Museum.. He retired in 2001.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on April 25, 2007..

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    Descriptive info: Ivanka-Jesenka Miškiv..

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    Descriptive info: Valerija Mrkobrad.. curator (ret.. fine arts, contemporary painting.. design, art education, medal making.. Valerija Mrkobrad was born in Predavac bear Bjelovar in 1941.. She was educated at the Applied Arts School in Zagreb, ceramics section, and went on with her studies at the Applied Arts Academy in Belgrade, class of Ivan Tabakovic.. After studying, she worked as a designer, and also as a teacher of fine arts in two elementary schools in Bjelovac.. After her university studies, she became a freelance artist, and was then employed in Bjelovar City Museum as gallery manager.. This had no permanent display, for it had insufficient space, but did show parts of the holdings in between individual shows.. As artist, she had her first individual show in the Podravka Museum of Nutrition in Koprivnica, and also  ...   exhibitions, for which she did the design and illustration of the catalogues.. Exhibitions of Đuro Seder, Nives Kavurić Kurtović and Anton Cetin particularly stand out of the exhibitions for which she did the display and the organisation.. Since at the Academy she passed the group of educational method subjects, she often prepared educational exhibitions.. For six years she has run an international children’s art workshop.. She is a member of the Organisation Committee of the Caricature Salon – an international event that has been held since 1993 in June every year, organised by the Bjelovar City and Tourist Office, Valerija Mrkobrad doing the set-up and taking part in the organisation.. Data taken from the questionnaire, material taken from the Personnel Archives of the MDC, and from an interview recorded on September 15, 2003..

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    Descriptive info: Zdenka Munk.. museology, conservation, history of fine crafts.. art criticism, educational work.. Conservation Institute, Zagreb,.. Zdenka Munk, born in 1912 in Graz, Austria, graduated from the Sisters of Mercy High School in Zagreb.. She took a BA in art history at the Faculty of Philosophy of Zagreb University.. From 1938 she worked as curator of the Museum of Arts and Crafts; that same year she went on a one year course in museology in Paris – Ecole du Louvre.. After returning to the Museum of Arts and Crafts, she ran the inventory of the museum collections, brought a new kind of card index inventory into museum practice, put in order part of the textile collection, took part in the display of the ecclesiastical section of the museum.. From 1936 she was engaged with art criticism and wrote for many papers and journals.. In early 1944, she went to the Partisans.. At the end of the war she was appointed chief of the Museums and Conservation Institutes Department in the republic-level Education Ministry.. She had an important role in organising the revived activity  ...   its transformation into a castle museum.. In 1949 she was a Yugoslav government envoy for the restitution of cultural properties from Austria.. She returned to the Museum of Arts and Crafts in 1954 as director, and remained in that position for 25 years.. From 1957 to 1962 she organised and oversaw the reconstruction and extension of the Museum and together with a Museum of Arts and Crafts expert team drew up the plan and conception for the new permanent display.. In the renovated area she organised a number of new activities – big occasional exhibitions, concerts, workshops, lectures, fashion shows.. She worked with the radio and television.. She was extremely active and dedicated in the Museum Association of Croatia, the Federation of Museum Associations of Yugoslavia and the Association of Art Historians.. From 1968 she taught in the post-graduate museology course.. For many years she was a member of the executive committee of ICOM and president of the national ICOM committee; she died in Zagreb in 1986 at the age of 74.. NB: Information courtesy of Stanko Staničić (Museum of Arts and Crafts)..

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