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Dokumentacijska fotografija u Muzeju grada Zagreba


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Matijević, Tea. (2018). Dokumentacijska fotografija u Muzeju grada Zagreba. Diploma Thesis. Filozofski fakultet u Zagrebu, Department of Information Science > Chair of museology and heritage management. [mentor Zlodi, Goran].

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Since its appearance, photography has shown new visual possibilities for presenting art, and in culture photography has a great influence today. That it is an extremely important media which is represented by the historical development of photography since 1839, when the name was for the first time used. More than 200 museums are registered in Croatia, and about 60 of them hold photographic heritage in their holdings, and it is considered that this heritage has about one million photos. Among these museums is The Zagreb City Museum, founded in 1907, which contains about 20 000 pieces of photography in its inventory, and represents a photograph from the Habsburg era to today. The museum contains two important collections: The collection of photographs, photographic equipment and postcards and The collection of Zagreb photojournalists, and some of the prominent Zagreb photographers are Vladimir Guteša, Tošo Dabac and Marija Braut. As the photography evolve, its role in museums was well recognize. In museum practice, photography plays an important role in creating documentation and transferring information about museum objects.

Item Type: Diploma Thesis
Uncontrolled Keywords: photography, museum, documentation, The Zagreb City Museum, Zagreb Photographers
Subjects: Information sciences > Museology and heritage management
Departments: Department of Information Science > Chair of museology and heritage management
Supervisor: Zlodi, Goran
Date Deposited: 26 Sep 2018 09:11
Last Modified: 26 Sep 2018 09:11

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