Wednesday, 11. December 2013 - 18:12
11. 06. 12. - 13:00
An exhibition titled 'Scream' opens today in the Croatian capital Zagreb, showing how famous Croatian sport stars and well known personalities 'scream'.
The author of the exhibition is Split photo reporter Vladimir Dugandzic from Cropix agency, and his photos showing how famous Croatians scream, from high jump star Blanka Vlasic to footballers Eduardo da Silva, Darijo Srna, tennis legend Goran Ivanisevic, pop singer Serverina and many other famous faces, will be exhibited at City Center One East in Zagreb.
"I'm experiencing this whole exhibition like my own scream. My mother in 1979, when I moved from Crikvenica to Split, she screamed and I cried all the way to Dalmatia. The exhibition is in some way, my cry of success that I succeeded in Split as a photojournalist," Dugandzic reveals his motives.
The exhibition presents a number of interesting famous faces at the time of their cry's.The exhibition is open from 11am to 11pm until 20 June.
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