Hajrudin Mulalić was an ordinary man, who originated in an honest and respectable family from Tesanj. By the nature of his work and imposed artistic criteria, he deserves to be classified as an artist. Hajrudin, according to his contemporaries, was a skilled manufacturer of shoes, one of the few in a difficult post-war time in the fifties, who crafted fashionable shoes for women.
This valuable workshop, which has been created for decades, was donated to the Museum Tesanj by family Mulalić: Hajrudins wife Belkisa ,his son Azem and daughter Azelma, whom we thank.
The exhibition was curated by Jasmin Mandzukic, professor of history and director of museum Tesanj. The technical setting of the exhibition was performed by curator Mujkanović Mensura, and a translation into English was done by Melisa Mujić, bachelor of art history. Professor Senad Hodović, advisor and director of the regional museum of Visoko, was a promoter of the exhibition. He stems from a respectable family in Visoko, which dealt with and are still dealing with footwear trade for generations. He is also the author of the exhibition "Old Visoko tanning and footwear".
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