A Little Guide to the Croatian Museum of Naïve Art – new publications from the Croatian Museum of Naïve Art
The Croatian Museum of Naïve Art has issued two new publications, A Little Guide to the Croatian Museum of Naïve Art, in both Croatian and English versions. Author and editor: Svjetlana Sumpor.
This is an informative, condensed and succinct guide to the permanent display of the CMNA, in which the readers are acquainted with the basic historical facts connected with naive art and with the CMNA, can find explanations of various terms used in art criticism and history (for example, the Naïve, the Hlebine School and so on) and are provided with the most important information about the artists whose works are shown in the CMNA. Each of the 24 artists represented in the permanent display of the Museum is also to be found in the Little Guide to the Croatian Museum of Naive Art, with at least one colour reproduction.
The publication A Little Guide to the Croatian Museum of Naive Art is in a practical small format (19 x 11 cm), it has 18 pages of text, with 36 pages all told and 47 colour photographs. It is meant for visitors to the Museum, for tourists and is also suitable for students as a short, well-informed introduction to naive art.
Publisher: Hrvatski muzej naivne umjetnosti, 2018.
On behalf of the publisher: Mira Francetić Malčić, CMNA director
Permanent display of the CMNA created by: Vladimir Crnković, CMNA director from 2003 to 2014
A Little Guide to the Croatian Museum of Naive Art is written and edited by Svjetlana Sumpor, senior curator and collection manager
Reviewer: Vladimir Crnković
English translation: Graham McMaster
Copy editing: Maja Matković
Digital photographs: Goran Vranić
Design: Ante Rašić, Studio Rašić, Zagreb
Prepress: Ankica Penava Pejčinović, Studio Rašić, Zagreb
Printing: Printera Grupa d. o. o., Sveta Nedelja
Publication date: November 9, 2018
ISBN 978-953-6660-70-4 (Croatian edition)
ISBN 978-953-6660-71-1 (English edition)
Price: 10 kuna