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Safet and Gjylzade Dokles photo collection, part of the "Marubi" museum
Written by SOT.COM.AL 14 Maj 2022
The photographic collection of Safet and Gjylzade Dokles was donated to the National Museum of Photography "Marubi", in Shkodra. Family members of Safet and Gjylzade Dokles, Minister Elva Margariti, director of the national museum of photography "Marubi", etc. were present at the ceremony of donating the photo collection to the Ministry of Culture. Gjylzade Dokles Safet's photographic activity developed in Borje, Kukës District, extends from the 1930s to the 1970s. Their photographic collection documents the political history, social life, various rituals and traditional aspects of north-eastern Albania. This collection is the largest ever donated after the '90 Marubi Photo Library, which consists of 19,548 negatives, 31 photo albums and 33 photographic laboratory objects. Following the fulfillment of his mission, The National Museum of Photography "Marubi" has collaborated for several months with Ramadan Doklen, heir to the photographic collection of his parents Safet and Gjylzade Dokle, in order to donate this collection. In continuation of the mission to save the damaged photo collections or that are stored in inappropriate conditions in Albania, the national museum of photography "Marubi" in recent years has undertaken several initiatives to save the photo collections, as in the case of Osman's collection and Mehmet Kallfës in 2015 and the photographer Pirro Mosit in 2016. The National Museum of Photography "Marubi" already in the main pedestrian street of the city of Shkodra, keeps in its archive about 400,000 negatives on glass plates, perfectly organized and classified according to year of shooting and content of the photograph. On both floors of the museum you will also be able to see the studios of the famous photographer, Pietro Marubi, and his descendants. 40 years of Pietro Marubi's career were dedicated to thousands of photographs of important events as well as Albanian daily life.