Due to the renovation plans of the deteriorated building of Narodni dom, we had to remove the permanent collection Art in Slovenia. After careful preparation, we have put up the collection in the new wing of the National Gallery of Slovenia where, because of a different configuration of the rooms, new presentation possibilities have shown themselves and new, different connections between the exhibits have been made. This display is going to be on view up till the autumn of 2015, that is, until the renovation of the Narodni dom palace is completed. In the renovated original space, the collection will shine in a new light and according to contemporary museology standards. The display in the nine rooms is based on emphasising some features of the art development on the Slovene territory from the 13th to the 20th century, so from High Gothic art through the 16th and the 17th century to the Baroque period of the 18th century. The 19th century is extensively presented, while the tour comes to a close with the works of the Impressionists created in the first quarter of the 20th century. Based on a visitors' survey, the legends of some of the most popular works of art have been equipped with QR codes. European Paintings collection is now on view in limited setup in the New wing exhibit hall.
All works of art from the collections are still available to view on the National Gallery of Slovenia website. Please note that the visitor entrance is located only at Prešernova cesta 24. We apologize for any inconvenience caused.
Wireless Eduroam access is available in most of the public spaces of the Gallery. If you need assisteance call T: (01) 24 15 400 or follow instructions on establishing a connection.
Gallery Café is currently closed. Thank you for your understanding.