All of our Crosculpture team meambers have been hard at work this year taking part in conferences, presenting their work and, of course, gathering information to present to the public! Just recently, several of our team members completed their fieldwork.
Darija Alujević went to Turin, Italy for five days to research two relatively unknown exhibitions, at least in the Croatian literature, of female artists held in 1910 and 1913 in Turin. The locations he visited include the Biblioteca Civica Centrale, the Archivio Storico della Citta di Torino and the archive of the Galleria Civica d'Arte Moderna.
Ivana Mance went to Munich, Germany for seven days to go through the literature in the Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte with the aim of gathering information about certain issues that Croatina sculptural production shares with other Central- and Easter-European countries.
Dalibor Prančević went to London and West Sussex for seven days to research archival material and artworks important for the analysis and interpretation of the English cultural ambient and the history of modern sculpture in Croatia. During his fieldworkd, he visite Parham House near Pulborough and the Tate Archives in London.