Ana Šeparović will examine the Croatian photo-journals that were published during the 20th century: Foto-rekord (Zagreb, 1921–1922), Fotografski vjesnik (Zagreb, 1926–1927), Fotograf (Osijek,1926), Fotograf (Zagreb, 1928–1936), Foto-revija (Zagreb, 1932–1941), Galerija (Ivanec, 1933–1934), Savremena fotografija (Zagreb, 1940–1941), Naša fotografija (Osijek and Zagreb, 1947–1956) and Spot (Zagreb, 1972–1978). The research will focus on the articles dealing with photographic chronicle and criticism.
Stella Fatović-Ferenčić and Martin Kuhar gave several interviews regarding the coronavirus pandemic during the quarantine period (March 2020). A vain 21st century person struggles to accept the fact that a medieval method such as quarantine appears to be practically the only tactic in fighting this disease. Ancient knowledge on the procedure with which people, animals and objects considered to be infected were being separated from the rest was
At the end of the 1990s, a part of the legacy of the renowned dermatovenerologist Franjo Kogoj (1894 – 1983), the head of the Zagreb Dermatovenereology Clinic of many years standing, was moved to the Division for the History of Medical Sciences at the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts (HAZU). Upon the founding of the Croatian Museum of Medicine and Pharmacy at the Croatian Academy of Sciences
Screenshot: Raqs Media Collective, Provisions for Everybody, 2018. Leonida Kovač
The Institute of Art History – The Cvito Fisković Centre, Split call for papers for an international conference of academics and professionals organized as part of a week of events in scholarship and research DISCOVERING DALMATIA VI, 3 – 5 December 2020. Inspired by the current situation, this interdisciplinary conference will be dedicated to the history and theory of representing empty space through the media of photography, film, and other