He pointed out that, in the year when the institution marked 120 years of its existence, its civilization duty was the central exhibition of the anniversary year dedicated to Vlaho Bukovac, a “painter without whom most likely would not be an Art Pavilion.” In every city, are set apart by individuals, visionaries, those who with their ideas, knowledge, craftsmanship, charismatic, have contributed to the prosperity and reputation of their city in various ways, “Poklecki Stošić said.” People must never forget – on the contrary. Their names in gold letters should be inscribed in the history of their city. In 1893, one such person came from Paris to live in Zagreb and changed the contemporary Zagreb art scene, initiated many visual events and initiatives, was a major factor in the founding of the foundation of Croatian modernism and ultimately the initiator of the foundation of the Art Pavilion in Zagreb. It was Vlaho Bukovac, “she said. The exhibition, which remains open until 6 January 2019, unites more than 140 paintings, with Bukovce’s opus being fully covered – from Paris, Zagreb, to the Phase Powder, and it was made a breakthrough in the presentation of April 2019 Calendar Canada opus, presenting for the first time his works alongside the paintings of his Parisian master, the famous French painter of the nineteenth century, Alexandre Cabanel. She is, according to Poklecko Stošić, on a large project whose preparation lasted for two years and included many institutions from Croatia and France, where he found an important partner in the Fabre Museum in Montpellier.
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The exhibition authority is jointly signed by art historian and expert of Bukovac Igor Zidić and director of the Museum Fabre Michel Hilaire, the expert for the work of Alexandre Cabanel. Zidić stressed that Bukovac has come to Zagreb at the height of his Parisian success, and has done comparative comparisons a few years – only five – versus 16 years spent in Paris and 17 in Prague – but for the past five years, Bukovac changed Zagreb, where he also achieved his most important work, the curtain of the Croatian National Theater in Zagreb, and countless portraits, reaching his tops just in that city.
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“‘Fantastic ethe energy he had – artistic, productive, social, empathic – all was up to the point of creating a center here, “said Zidić. ‘He went to the world with a public school and returned as a great artist. If he stayed in Zagreb, who knows how to look like the continuation of our modern beginnings, “he said.
The exhibition was attended by a large number of representatives of the cultural and social public and institutions, including the city’s minister of culture April 2019 Calendar Canada Bernard Travier, who expressed great satisfaction that the Fabre Museum had the opportunity to participate in the realization of this project, because it is precisely such artistic co-productions and artistic work allows individuals to express what is best in them and thereby erase the ideological boundaries that endanger humanism ‘.