2002. Exhibitions

Edo Murtić: Paintings 2001-2001 and Ceramics 2001
Text written by Academician Tonko Maroević
Date: March 2 – 23, 2002

Collection of Copies of Istrian Frescoes
Exhibition of the museum holdings of the Glyptotheque – Copies of frescoes from Istria – from the towns and villages Beram, Draguć, Dvigrad, Hrastovlje, Hum, Kanfanar, Kloštar, Oprtalj, Pazin Svetvinčenat, Žminj; the copies were made between 1950 and 1960 by H. Kujundžić, E. Kokot, B. Bulić, Ž. Hegedušić, I. Kalina, Š. Perić and B. Dogan (40 copies).
Dates: March 25 – April 20, 2002

Focus – the Housewife
The following artists exhibited works: Tomislav Brajnović, Mara Bratoš, Marijan Crtalić, Tanja Dabo, Željka Gradski Galić, Zdena Kolčkova, Igor Kuduz, Zoran Pavelić, Mirjana Vodopija and Igor Zlobec
In charge of the project: Institute for Contemporary Art, Zagreb, SCCA
Dates: March 8 -24, 2002

Belizar Bahorić: A Retrospective Exhibition
Exhibition and catalogue transferred from the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Rijeka
Text written by Boris Toman
Visual layout by Marion Beusan MSc
Dates: April 12 – 22, 2001

Exhibition of the Architects’ Office Send (Vedrana and Davor Senečić), design of furnishing and equipment for VIP
Author of text: Feđa Vukić
Date: May 23 – 31, 2002
 
House – an Educational Exhibition
A common thematic project by museum educationists of the city of Zagreb to mark the International Museum Day (works from the holdings of the Glyptotheque).
Text and conception for the Croatian Academy Glyptotheque by Vesna Mažuran Subotić (medals and plaques by Ivo Kerdić, Durđica Kovačićek, Želimir Janeš, Maja Krstić Lukač, Zdravko Brkić, Ante Starčević, Velibor Mačukatin, Damir Mataušić)
Dates: April 18 – May 18, 2002 

Europlakat/Europoster 2020 – an International Exhibition
Exhibition of Graphic Design – Pan-European Competition in Poster Design
In charge of the project: Ministry of European Integration, Republic of Croatia, Croatian Designers’ Association, Ministry of Culture, Republic of Croatia; patron – Icograda
International jury: Helmut Langer, Stane Bernik, Linda van Deursen, Julia Carme, Zlatko Wurzberg
First prize won by Pierre Bernard (France)
Dates: May 9 – June 2, 2002

Vera Fischer: A Retrospective Exhibition
Text written by Branka Hlevnjak
Visual display by Vera Fischer and Branka Hlevnjak
Dates: June 19 – July 19, 2002 
 



     
         
The Art of the Azulejo in Portugal
The exhibition was a project of the Ministry of Culture of Portugal and the Camoes Institute
Texts written by Alexandre Nobre Pais, Joao Pedro Monteiro, Paulo Henriques
Visual display by Mario Beusan MSc
Dates: June 10 – July 8, 2002

007 – Woman from a Male Perspective
Works were exhibited by Marijan Crtalić, Sandro Đukić, Danko Friščić, Daniel Kovač, Denis Krašković, Davor Mezak, Frane Rogić
Conception created by Sunčica Ostoić and Olga Majcen
Dates: June 13 – 21, 2002

The Radoslav Putar Prize – Exhibition of the Newly-Founded Prize of the Institute for Contemporary Art SCCA
Nominees: Ines Krasić, Marijan Crtalić, Tanja Dabo and Paulina Jazvić; winner: Tanja Dabo.
Expert Committee: Dr Jasna Galjer, Dr Ljiljana Kolešnik, Igor Španjol, Slaven Tolj and Janka Vukmir
Dates: September 10 – 20, 2002

Duje Jurić: A Monographic Exhibition, 1988 – 2002
Text written by Lida Roje Depolo
Visual display by Duje Jurić and Lida Roje Depolo
Dates: September 3 – 27, 2002

Here Tomorrow
Works exhibited by A. B. Ilić and I. Keser, I. M. Bitanga, Ž. Blaće, I. Bura, M. Crtalić, I. Faktor, I. Fijolić, A. Floričić, V. Frelih and L. Vukelić, D. Friščić and D. Mezak and F. Rogić, T. Gotovac, I. Grubić, N. Hewitt, S. Iveković, I. Kožarić, Z. Kopljar, A. Kulunčić, Labin Art Express, K. Leko, D. Maljković, D. Martinis, I. Kopljar, I. “Klif” Marušić, D. Oki, A. Opalić, G. Petercol, Platforma, R. Poljak, T. Savić-Gecan, S. Sterle, M. Stilinović, A. Šerić, G. Škofić, S. Tolj and S. Vujičić.
The exhibition was a joint project between the Museum of Contemporary Art in Zagreb and MoMA New York curator Roxanna Marcocci
Visual display: Museum of Contemporary Art, Croatian Academy Glyptotheque, Kaptol Centre, Paromlin
Text written by Roxanna Marcocci
Dates: October 4 – November 3, 2002

Marijan Molnar – Installation
Text written by Ana Dević
Dates: November 23 – December 2002

Magdalena Pederin
Dates: December 17, 2002 – January 10, 2003


2002. Launches

Ivan Lozica 1910 – 1943, a monograph
Published by the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts – Glyptotheque
For the publisher: Academician Andrija Kaštelan; edited by Ariana Kralj
Text written by Božena Kličinović; reviewed by Academician Andro Mohorovičić; afterword by Ariana Kralj.
Catalogue design: Viktor Popović; photographs by Damir Fabijanić, Nino Vranić, Nenad Gattin, Luka Mjeda.
The monograph was launched to the accompaniment of a special exhibition for the occasion
Date: December 16, 2002

Launch of the monograph Julije Knifer by Zvonko Maković, published by Studio Rašić and Meandar (Sculpture Park)
Taking part in the launch were   Leonida Kovač MSc,  Dr Zvonko Maković, Branko Čegec, Academician Tonko Maroević, Julije Knifer and Ariana Kralj
Date: May 14, 2002

Launch of the 15th number of the journal Oris
Lecture by architects Piero Castiglioni and Corrado Terzi (Italy)
Date: June 20, 2002


2002. Publication activity

Ivan Lozica (monograph), written by Kličinović, B.

Autobiografska izložba: Vera Fischer
, written by Hlevnjak MSc., B.

Umjetnost Azuleja u Portugalu
, written by Pais, A. N.; Monteiro J. P.; Henriques, P.

Duje Jurić: Radovi 1988-2002.
, written by Roje Depolo, L.
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Edo Murtić: Slike 2000-2001. i keramika 2001.
, written by Maroević, Academician T.


2002. Nominations, prizes and awards

The Croatian Artists Association pronounced the Duje Jurić 1988-2002 exhibition the best in 2002. This show also won the Vladimir Nazor Prize. The Edo Murtić Paintings 2001-2001 and Ceramics 2001 retrospective was pronounced the best artistic event in 2002, in a poll of journalists and art critics.