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Exhibitions

Current
temporary exhibition
Ljubica Čehovin - Suna: How to Draw a City?
17. 5. 2018–30. 9. 2018
The exhibition project How to Draw a City? connects two exhibition sites: Plečnik House and Kresija Gallery. The common denominator of both exhibition spaces is Ljubica Čehovin - Suna, a designer whose projects constantly address questions of cultural and natural heritage, values, patriotism, and identity.
Current
a pearl of Slovenian cultural heritage of 20th century
Plečnik House with a permanent 'Plečnik' exhibition
Permanent exhibition
“A tower, a mule, me and the garden” – that is how Jože Plečnik imagined his life when he didn’t know yet that after Vienna and Prague his native Ljubljana would be his lifetime’s environment for his creative work.
Upcoming
travelling exhibition in Prague
Plečnik House: the architect's experimental hotbed
27. 6. 2018–30. 9. 2018
Plečnik House to be presented in Prague! The Study and Documentation Centre Nobretov in Prague will be hosting an exhibition on the importance and renovation of Plečnik House, a tribute to the memory of the Slovenian architect Jože Plečnik.
Upcoming
temporary exhibition
Plečnik and the Sacred
12. 10. 2018–20. 1. 2019
On the basis of original written records, sketches and correspondences, as well as completed projects at home and abroad, the Plečnik and the Sacred exhibition will strive to present Plečnik's idea of what is sacred. Plečnik's concept of "sacred" is not only linked with his religious beliefs, as it also encompasses ideas of morality, rectitude, righteousness and, after all, architecture itself.

Past exhibitions

temporary exhibition in co-operation with The City of Prague Museum
Plečnik and RothmayerTwo Friends, Two Houses, Two Cities
2. 2. 2018–6. 5. 2018
Jože Plečnik and Otto Rothmayer, a Slovenian and a Czech architect, collaborated closely in the renovation of Prague Castle, during which time a friendship formed between the two.
visiting exhibition
Plečnik on Brioni in Zagreb
18. 10. 2017–30. 11. 2017
The exhibition Plečnik on Brioni is on view at the Croatian Museum of Architecture - HAZU from 18 October until 30 November 2017. The exhibition, which is complemented by an overview of projects Plečnik completed or at least planned in Croatia, is part of the Plečnik Year 2017 and a collaboration of the National and University Library of Slovenia and the Plečnik House.
temporary exhibition
Plečnik and water: the fountains in the city
13. 10. 2017–21. 1. 2018
With Plečnik's year coming to its end, visitors to the Plečnik House can now visit the temporary exhibition Plečnik and water: the fountains in the city, which gives them a peek into the original materials of the Plečnik Collection and the architect's plans for various projects connected with water.
temporary exhibition
JOŽE, group exhibition project
7. 7. 2017–1. 10. 2017
Summer in the Plečnik House is offering you an exhibition titled simply JOŽE. A collaboration of the DobraVaga Gallery and Plečnik House, the exhibition presents the newest production by younger artists, whose artworks focus on their intimate perception of the Slovenian architect.
photo exhibition in Tivoli park
Ljubljana, a City with Plečnik’s Signature
15. 6. 2017–4. 2. 2018
During this summer, the Jakopič Promenade, also known as the Plečnik Promenade, in Ljubljana's Tivoli Park will be the venue for one of the main exhibitions dedicated to architect Jože Plečnik. The photographic exhibition Ljubljana, a City with Plečnik’s Signature will be on view from 15 June to 3 September 2017.
temporary exhibition in co-operation with Archives of Prague Castle
Plečnik and Prague Castle: Apartment for the First President of Czechoslovakia
21. 4. 2017–25. 6. 2017
Spring in the Plečnik House is in the sign of our collaboration with the Archives of Prague Castle. The final product of this collaboration, the exhibition Plečnik and Prague Castle, focuses on Plečnik’s designs for the rearrangement and equipment of the private presidential areas in the Prague Castle, and on important personal connections Plečnik had with Masaryk and his daughter Alice.