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Written by SOT.COM.AL 9 Mars 2023
The "Meeting tent of a yard" exhibition will remain in the Gallery of the Ministry of Culture until the 1st of the coming month. The exhibition was previously opened as part of the cultural calendar of Kosovo and Albania. The exhibition highlights the photographs of Pietro Marubi. Curated by Luçjan Bedeni, the exhibition serves as a testimony to the historical and cultural importance of an archive of original materials. In the gallery are exhibited 21 images that belong to the first beginnings of the establishment of the Marubi studio, which reveal characters and traditional clothing of Albania in the 80s. The common point of the images remains the courtyard, the starting point where Marubit began his activity. Pietro Marubbi, (Piacenza, August 14, 1832 - Shkodër, May 22, 1903) was a painter, sculptor, architect and photographer, who founded the Photo studio - Studio "Marubbi", thus becoming the father of photography in Albanian countries. After his involvement in the Risorgimento movement in the unification of Italy, he escaped and found refuge in Shkodër, where he spent most of his life, but was also a photographer of the courtyard of the monastery in Montenegro, as well as a reporter for the newspapers of the time L' Illustration, The Illustrated London News, La Guerra d'Oriente and L'Illustrazione Italiana. The "Marubi" National Museum of Photography in Shkodër keeps in its archive about 400,000 negatives on glass plates, perfectly organized and classified according to the year of shooting and the content of the photo. On the two floors of the museum you will be able to see the studios of the famous photographer, Pietro Marubi, and his descendants. After his death, the studio was inherited by his Albanian student and then the student's children,