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While taking a walk

Photography by

Snježana Tribuson & Hrvoje Turković

Opening Reception: Thursday, October 24, 2019, 7:00 pm

Exhibition accessible on appointment through November 10, 2019

Our photo-activity is mostly a ‘collateral activity’, photos taken with our iPhones (4, 5, 6) during our walks, in most occasions (especially Hrvoje) while waking a dog. During our walks we normally look around, and having iPhones at hand, occasionally take pictures of some nice, interesting or funny situation we notice and love. Sometimes we notice some nice sunny situation in the apartment we live in, and take a photo of it. Taking photos is a matter of enjoyment: enjoyment in what we see, and what we get with the efficient photos.

HRVOJE TURCOVIĆ (Zagreb, 1943) graduated philosophy and sociology at Zagreb University, Croatia;  MA in film studies at New York University in 1976; PhD in philology (film theoretical theses) in 1991. He was retired as a full professor at the Academy of Dramatic Art, Zagreb University in 2009. He was an editor in several magazines (the last: Hrvatski filmski ljetopis/Croatian Cinema Chronicle), and has extensively published film reviews, film essays, theoretical papers and encyclopedic entries on film and TV from 1965. Since 1985 he has published 14 books on film, TV, and on visual art ( He is married with the film and TV director Snježana Tribuson, their son is Goran Turković, a graphic designer, their newborn grandson Rudi Turković.

SNJEŽANA TRIBUSON was born in Bjelovar (1957). She graduated in film and TV directing from the Zagreb Academy of Dramatic Art in 1981, where she has been teaching film and TV directing since 2004. She has directed a number of TV dramas and films, including short features as e.g. Bad News or International Women’s Day (Crna kronika ili dan žena, 2000), and Three Love Stories (Tri ljubavne priče, 2007), which have also received the film critic’s Oktavijan award for the best short feature film. She has also worked on a number of TV shows and series. Her first feature film, Recognition (Prepoznavanje, 1996), was awarded three Golden Arenas in 1996. The film The Three Men of Melita Žganjer (Tri muškarca Melite Žganjer, 1998) has received seven awards, while her film, God Forbid a Worse Thing Should Happen (Ne dao bog većeg zla, 2002) has won two Golden Arenas in Pula Film Festival. She and her brother, writer Goran Tribuson, cowrote the scripts for 75 episodes of the successful sitcom Take a Rest, You Deserved It (Odmori se, zaslužio si; 2006-2014). She has also directed about twenty episodes of the series. In 2016 she has completed her newest feature film All the Best (Sve najbolje, 2016) for which she wrote the script, and received 5 awards at Pula Film Festival, and 7 awards at international festivals abroad. In 2019 she completed a short feature film During Roland Garros (Dok je trajao Roland Garros; script and direction). (