The exhibition “LP – History of the Gramophone and the Golden Age of Records” by Viktorija Šimon Vuletić, museum advisor of the City Museum Subotica, was officially opened in the Gallery of the National Museum Kraljevo, on Thursday, April 28th, 2022, starting at 6 p.m. In front of the hosts, the audience was greeted by Mirjana Savić, museum advisor of the National Museum Kraljevo, and pointed out that the theme of the exhibition was the reason for successful cooperation between three museum institutions: the City Museum Subotica, the Museum of Science and Technology in Belgrade and the National Museum Kraljevo. The author Viktorija Šimon Vuletić spoke about the initial idea, the concept of the exhibition whose narrative had the potential to unite different cultural groups in Subotica, as well as the cooperation with the Museum of Science and Technology in Belgrade, whose rich technical collections enabled the history of gramophones. Zoran Lević, director of the Museum of Science and Technology in Belgrade, then addressed the audience and expressed his satisfaction with his visit to the National Museum Kraljevo. Oleg Romanov, senior curator of the National Museum Kraljevo, spoke about the special segment of the exhibition that talks about the first gramophones and gramophone records in Kraljevo, their procurement from Western European countries, but also from Yugoslav factories, the first discos and the role of Radio Kraljevo.

Report from the opening of the exhibition “LP – History of the Gramophone and the Golden Age of Records” in the National Museum Kraljevo.

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