To commemorate the extensive work of the Museum over these 15 years a superb 212-page book was printed packed with information about every poster, catalogue, collection, exhibition, publication, project and much more that it has been involved in.
As the English translator I am honoured to have played a small part in the Museum’s story for the last few years.
Published by HRMT. Texts by the Museum’s director Mirjana Kos, graphic design by Branko Lenić. Translation by Martin Mayhew 🙂 ISBN: 978-953-7601-78-2
Another superb exhibition by the Croatian Museum of Tourism in Opatija which featured the stunning photographs of Karl Kaser. Until recently the Croatian public was unaware of the photographic archive of the Viennese lawyer Karl Kaser in which, thanks to his diligent descendants, there are over four hundred preserved photographic motifs of the Croatian Adriatic coast taken in the last decade of the 19th century and first decade of the 20th. On 208 pages the images offer a glimpse into a bygone era and feature almost every aspect of life on the Adriatic coast of over 100 years ago. With extensive text written by Mirjana Kos, it has been published as a three-language edition (Croatian, German and English).
I am very happy to have been involved in the English translation of this marvellous book.
You can find more info about the collection and exhibition here
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