Exhibitions archive

Ferry Souvan 100

Zaprice Castle Museum and administration
from 15.06.2019 to 30.05.2020
With the exhibition and the accompanying leaflet, we remember the anniversary of the birth of a Slovene text writer, composer, accordionist and entrepreneur Ferry Souvan (1919-1972). Ferdinand (later Ferry) Souvan was born on May 1, 1919 in Volčji Potok. His grandfather was very well-known ...

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Incredible Mountains: Na planincah luštno biti ... Alpine pearl beyond compare

Zaprice Castle Museum and administration
from 22.05.2019 to 22.05.2020
Incredible Mountains Joint project of six museums of the Gorenjska region: Slovenian Alpine Museum, Beekeeping Museum, Tržič museum, Intermunicipal Museum Kamnik, Gorenjska Museum and the Museum of Škofja Loka. Each museum presented its own story, heritage, people, nature, surpluses etc. ...

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Incredible mountains - Geocaching across Gorenjska museums and selected mountains

Zaprice Castle Museum and administration
from 22.05.2019 to 22.05.2020
The mountains connect all the museums in Gorenjska. There are many other countries connected with the mountains, but probably only Slovenes are marked with such a strong national identity. They represent a symbol of independence and encourage us to maintain the wider Alpine space. Within the ...

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Agata Pavlovec: A man rushing past

Gallery View
from 27.02.2020 to 03.04.2020
Agata Pavlovec (1973) graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts with a degree in painting and completed a Pedagogical Andragogical Education at the Faculty of Education. She has had 26 solo exhibitions and participated in more than 100 group exhibitions, art colonies, ex-times and festivals at home ...

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Tea Curk Sort: Ambivalence

Gallery View
from 12.12.2019 to 10.02.2020
“… Tea Curk Sorta is based on two guidelines in its artistic expression. On the one hand, from the understanding of graphics, on the other, sculpture. If her firsts were directed to a pure sculptural form, with the introduction of wire as a material for her works, she began to interweave both ...

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Border Stones, Barbed Wire, Watchtowers and Minefields. Living along Occupational Borders in Slovenia, 1941-1945.

Center Ivan Hribar Trzin
from 07.01.2020 to 31.01.2020
Exhibition Border Stones, Barbed Wire, Watchtowers and Minefields - Living along Occupational Borders in Slovenia, 1941-1945 shows the results of the work of researchers at the Anton Melik Geographical Institute ZRC SAZU, the Museum of Contemporary History of Slovenia, the Institute of ...

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Old Trzin from the 19th century to the present

Center Ivan Hribar Trzin
from 08.10.2019 to 31.12.2019
The Ivan Hribar Center in Trzin offers an exhibition on the development of the old part of Trzin from the 19th century to the present. Developments and changes in space are mapped graphically through four-time sections: Trzin in 1825 with an extract from the Franciscan Cadastre, Trzin ...

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Herman Gvardjančič: Fordlandia

Gallery Miha Maleš
from 17.10.2019 to 14.12.2019
Within the Slovenian space, Gvardjančič's work, his entire work, is of the utmost importance, since it is a painter who, with many novelties happening in the field of art, has been following his idea from the very beginning, which he is developing today. And as in the very beginning, he is and ...

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Mojca Fo: The red dot

Gallery View
from 24.10.2019 to 06.12.2019
Mojca Sekulič Fo presents herself with pictures this time, moving away from her characteristic tiny illustrations, while still remaining true to herself and to her inner world, which penetrates light through the visual artwork. She writes about her creation: “Stories and sub-stories, big ...

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On a Barrel of Gunpowder

Zaprice Castle Museum and administration
from 13.12.2017 to 20.11.2019
The exhibition On a Barrel of Gunpowder shows the emergence and development of one of the oldest factories in the Kamnik’s region, that has its beginnings in the middle of the 19th century. During the exhibition, a comprehensive monography was published, which was mainly due to the careful ...

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