150 years of the Sokol Gymnastic Movement
The Sokol Gymnastic Movement, later know as Partizan and now known as Gymnastics Club Narodni dom, had its premises in Narodni dom from the construction of the edifice in 1895 till the relocation in 2012. Many years of exemplary coexistence between the Club and the National Gallery in the same building is brought to a close with the exhibition "150 years of Sokol", which opens on 12th June in the entrance hall of the National Gallery. The exhibited material is going to vividly display the successful work of our oldest sports club, which has raised generations of athletes, many of whom have also achieved international success.
14 June–8 September 2013
National Gallery of Slovenia
Documentation of Conservation Service from the Archive of the INDOK Centre
100 Years of Service for the Protection of Heritage in Slovenia, 1913-2013
The exhibition will present documentation as a result of the protection of immovable cultural heritage on the territory of the Republic of Slovenia which is kept at the Information-Documentation Centre for Heritage of the Directorate for Cultural Heritage at the competent ministry.
The exhibition will be divided into three parts. The first part will present the history of monument protection and the development of documentation collections of the INDOK Centre (chosen documentation of the Imperial-Royal Central Committee for the Observation and Conservation of Art and Historical Monuments in Vienna until 1913 and the Imperial-Royal Provincial Conservation Office for Carniola in Ljubljana until 1919 as well as chosen documentation of establishments which were functioning from the year 1920 onwards on the state level, with portraits of conservationists F. Stelè, I. Komelj and M. Zadnikar. The second part will present the dossier of the monastery complex Kostanjevica by Krka, a cultural monument of state importance. The third part will be intended for the presentation of publications of the conservation service, the specialised library of the INDOK centre and the register of immovable cultural heritage.
September 18 – October 13 2013
The 6th Biennial of Slovene Visual Communications
The Biennial is organised by the Brumen Foundation for a periodic review of national accomplishments in different fields of visual communications design. The international jury chooses award recipients in twenty categories, organises an exhibition of submitted and winning projects through selected thematic presentations, thus significantly contributing to the broader education of Slovene designers, and provides information about the country's design to the world. The 6th exhibition of visual communications is Slovenia's largest event of its kind.
22 October–24 November 2013
National Gallery of Slovenia
We look forward to your visit and ask you to check for any changes to the dates of the program if you are making plans well in advance.