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Aleksić, Lucija
Babin, Ankica
Balabanić, Josip
Balen, Branka
Balen-Letunić, Dubravka
Barbalić, Željko
Barbić, Vesna
Baričević, Marina
Baričević, Dorotea
Batorović, Mato
Bauer, Antonija
Bauer, Antun
Begonja-Vidović, Leonilda
Benc-Bošković, Katica
Benyovsky, Lucija
Borošak-Marijanović, Jelena
Brajdić, Vjekoslav
Brlošić, Stjepan
Bulat, Mirko
Buršić, Herman
Cvitanović, Đurđica
Čorak, Željka
Ćus-Rukonić, Jasminka
Diana, Deša
Diminić, Josip
Dobronić, Lelja
Draganić, Danica
Drechsler-Bižić, Ružica
Dučakijević, Mirjana
Dukat, Zdenka
Durbešić, Viktorija
Dvojković, Zdravko
Eckhel, Nerina
Fazinić, Alena
Frajtag, Zdenka
Gašparović, Ljerka
Girardi-Jurkić, Vesna
Gjetvaj, Nada
Glavočić, Daina
Goll, Predrag
Gotthardi-Škiljan, Renata
Hajduk, Stjepan
Hećimović, Branko
Heim, Mira
Horvat, Ida
Horvat, Vlado
Horvatić, Franjo
Iskra-Janošić, Ivana
Ivanuš, Rhea Silvija
Ivanuša, Dolores
Ivetić, Marija
Ivkanec, Ivanka
Ivoš, Jelena
Jajčević, Zdenko
Juroš-Monfardin, Fina
Kalauz, Ksenija
Kalšan, Vladimir
Karaman, Antun
Kečkemet, Duško
Kelemen, Boris
Kero, Pavao
Kirigin, Branko
Kisić, Anica
Klemm, Miroslav
Kličinović, Božena
Kosanović, Nikola
Koščević, Želimir
Kraguljac, Božena
Kralj, Ariana
Kružić-Uchytil, Vera
Kusik, Vlastimir
Ladović, Vanda
Ladović, Josip
Lazarević, Aleksandra
Lechner, Zdenka
Legac, Mirjana
Leskošek, Vilim
Lončarić, Magdalena
Majanović, Nada
Maleković, Vladimir
Mandić, Davor
Marić, Ružica
Maroević, Tonko
Maroević, Ivo
Maruševski, Olga
Matić, Ivan
Menalo, Romana
Mihovilić, Kristina
Miškiv, Ivanka-Jesenka
Mrkobrad, Valerija
Munk, Zdenka
Nedved, Branka
Orlić, Alma
Oštrić, Olga
Oštrić, Goroslav
Pauletich, Antonio
Pavić, Vladimira
Pavlović, Zagorka
Petricioli, Sofija
Petr-Marčec, Smiljana
Premerl, Nada
Prister, Boris
Quien, Guido
Radauš-Ribarić, Jelka
Radovčić, Jakov
Ramušćak, Ljubica
Randić, Mirjana
Rendić-Miočević, Ante
Ribičić-Županić, Anica
Rus, Zdenko
Sakač, Mirjana
Schneider, Marijana
Sokač-Štimac, Dubravka
Sorić, Ante
Staničić, Stanko
Stergar, Branka
Susovski, Marijan
Šercer, Marija
Šestan, Ivan
Širec, Ljubica
Škulj, Božica
Šterk, Slavko
Šutalo, Kata
Toldi, Zvonimir
Tomičić, Jasna
Tonković, Marija
Tonković, Snježana
Uskoković, Jelena
Velić, Biserka
Vikić, Branka
Vinterhalter, Jadranka
Vojnović, Zdenko
Vojnović, Mihovil
Vorano, Tullio
Vrbanić-Fadjejev, Ivana
Vrkljan-Križić, Nada
Zebec, Vladimir
Zglav-Martinac, Helga
Zidić, Igor

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Boris Kelemen


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Vocation BA (art history)
Advanced qualifications PhD
Professional Grade museum adviser
Field of work fine arts, 19th and 20th century painting in Croatia
Particular specialisation Naive painting, research into contemporary forms of work, Constructivist and computer art, New Tendencies
Home institution The Benko Horvat Picture Gallery of the city of Zagreb,
The Croatian Museum of Naive Art
Biography
Boris Kelemen, art historian and critic and theorist as well as museum officer was born in Podravska Slatina in 1930. He attended high school in Virovitica and took a BA (art history) in the Faculty of Philosophy of Zagreb University in 1955. He spent the whole of his career in the Zagreb City Galleries (today the MCA) as curator in the Benko Horvat Gallery and as manager of the Gallery of Primitive Art (later the Croatian Museum of Naďve Art) and its director.
He was awarded a PhD in 1966 on the basis of his dissertation on Oskar Herman.
He was engaged in the study of Croatian fine arts in the 19th and 20th century, Constructivism, Abstraction, computer arts, New Tendencies, but his most numerous articles are concerned with the Naive.
He published about 150 pieces in all the important dailies and journals in the former-Yugoslavia, wrote numerous entries for encyclopaedias, took part in a lot of conferences and symposia, and was the author of numerous exhibitions at home and abroad. He was author or co-author of several monographs, the most important of which was the Naive Painting of Yugoslavia, for which he won a prize from the 2nd Insita Triennial in Bratislava, in 1969. He won the Bronze Seal of the City of Mainz for inter-city collaboration and for the book Naive Painting of Yugoslavia in 1975.
He carried out a number of duties in international and domestic professional organisation. He died in Zagreb on May 30, 1983, in his 53rd year.

NB: data taken from material supplied by his wife, Mira Tartaglia Kelemen, to the Personnel Archives of the MDC on May 24, 2006.


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