“We are extremely proud of the realization and success of this exhibition, especially because Croatia has finally gained a respectable research of this period of its history, a crucial time when the country emancipated not only economically but also as a strong cultural environment. “Professor January 2019 calendar To Print, author of the concept of the exhibition, also expressed pleasure: “I am very excited that the exhibition we worked with great joy and great effort had such an echo. It says that we have hit something that is important and useful to the public, and it is about our recent past that can help us articulate today, just like the future. “The exhibition was attended by 18 authors who circulated a kind of ‘phenomena’ of that time , 92 associates, 62 borrower institutions and 84 private auditors, not only from Croatia but also from Italy, Germany, Slovenia, Serbia and the UK. It has a rich accompanying program, numerous professional guides, workshops, music listeners, retrospective films, round tables and lectures, a souvenir program, and a large monograph dedicated to the period of the sixties, the statement concludes. Some media in the ’60s in Croatia’ criticized. Thus, exhibitions are overwhelmed by the lack of curatorial determination to ease the tension between marketing and museum access and the lack of a clear curatorial concept where theoretical considerations should be accentuated in the 1960s.
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According to the critique, the exhibition did not present an alternative art scene and extremely important artistic and social phenomena that could show the pace that will take place in the seventies. That scene was the first to recognize all the conflicts and apologies of self-managing socialism, he points out in the critique. The ‘Sixties in Croatia’ exhibits were also embarrassed by the fact that it did not engage in a dialogue with the exhibition ‘Socialism and Modernity’ held six years ago in the Museum of Contemporary Art and that it had missed it with the new knowledge but decided for easier – ‘make yourself as if these first were not’.
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the Association of Croatian Literary Translators ‘Josip Tabak’ for Lifetime Achievement at the Annual Assembly DHKP Academician Luki Paljetku, the annual award to Igor Buljan, the award for the translation of works intended for children and young people Željki Černok and Kiril Miladin’s award for the translation of the philosophical work.
Academician Luko Paljetak is a distinguished Croatian poet, a prose and dramatic writer, director, translator, literary historian, essayist, and felonist, who borrowed Croatian readers from the English, Italian, French, German, Russian, and Slovenian languages. With this award, January 2019 calendar To Print especially wants to warn of the importance of the quality of translation work intended for the youngest reader because, especially in these formative years, it is important for children to read the language correctly and stylishly worthy texts that will be deeply memorized and become more readily based on their readership experience.