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PETICIJA ZA POVRAT MALOG SALONA MMSU-U U 2021. GODINI

PETICIJA ZA POVRAT MALOG SALONA MMSU-U U 2021. GODINI

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Potreseni bespogovornom odlukom Hrvatske radiotelevizije, vlasnika prostora u kojem se nalazi Mali salon (Korzo 24, Rijeka) da se on pretvori u studio za praćenje programa Rijeke 2020 - Europske prijestolnice kulture a nakon završetka projekta se ne vrati svojoj sadašnjoj funkciji, pozivamo vas da nam se pridružite u zahtjevu da se u 2021. godini ponovo sklopi ugovor o zakupu prostora između Muzeja moderne i suvremene umjetnosti i HRT-a.

Gašenjem Malog salona novim naraštajima uskraćujemo važan a često i jedini izložbeni prostor u gradu.
U vremenu sve vidljivijeg potiskivanja prostora javne namjene i zajedništva, slijedeći umjetničke ciljeve i mogućnosti koje aktualni grad nudi, važnost Malog salona umnogostručuje se.

Specifičnost je Malog salona što je smješten na glavnoj pješačkoj zoni, a orijentacija na ulicu čini ga ne samo komunikatorom i medijem nego i jednim od gradskih toponima upisanih u kolektivno sjećanje.

Dok nam je EPK prilika za stjecanje međunarodne vidljivosti u kojoj želimo dostojno predstavljati hrvatsku kulturu, naša se aktivnost nastavlja i nakon toga. Istiskivanje Malog salona iz kulturnog života Republike Hrvatske smatramo nepromišljenim činom i nadamo se da će Hrvatska radiotelevizija uvidjeti dugoročnu štetu takve poslovne odluke.

- djelatnici Muzeja moderne i suvremene umjetnosti Rijeka:
Jelena Androić, Vilma Bartolić, Stošija Baljak Gržančić, Maja Barabaš, Kora Girin, Tamara Medač Medija, Ivana Meštrov, Katerina Jovanović, Ivana Lučić, Ksenija Orelj, Ivan Moher, Vanja Pužar, Anton Samaržija, Sabina Salamon, Snježana Sinčić, Nataša Šuković, Marina Tkalčić, Diana Zrilić

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Shaken by the irrevocable decision of the Croatian Radiotelevision, the country’s public broadcasting company and the owner of the spaces of Mali salon gallery, to convert the art gallery into a TV studio for the broadcasting of the ECC Rijeka 2020 programme and NOT TO restore its previous function afterwards, we invite you to join us in our plea that in 2021, after the ECC project is finished, the Croatian Radiotelevision renews the property lease agreement with the Rijeka Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art. By shutting down Mali salon gallery, we are depriving the new generations of an important exhibition space, which is often the only exhibition space in the entire city.   In these times when public space is being stripped of its public function and togetherness, Mali salon gallery, in its pursuit of the objectives of art, is ever growing in importance. Mali salon gallery is specific for being located in Rijeka’s main pedestrian zone, and its orientation onto the street makes it a communicator and a medium, but also one of the city’s toponyms that remain imprinted in the collective memory. The European Capital of Culture programme is our opportunity to gain international visibility and present our culture, but our work continues after that. We think that removal of Mali salon gallery from the Croatian cultural life is a thoughtless act and we sincerely hope the Croatian Radiotelevision would realize that such decision would produce far-reaching, negative effects.
- the staff of the Rijeka Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art