Plečnik’s Unrealised Projects for Ljubljana
18. 10. 2019–26. 1. 2020
The exhibition will unveil how would the city look if Plečnik was able to realise four major metropolitan projects for Ljubljana: New Town Hall, Butchers’ Bridge, monumental octagon with an impressive tower on the Castle Hill and Cathedral of Freedom in Tivoli Park.
a pearl of Slovenian cultural heritage of 20th centuryPlečnik House with a permanent 'Plečnik' 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.
EXHIBITION AT THE VATICAN MUSEUMSPlečnik and the Sacred. Jože Plečnik, Slovenian architect and designer
28. 6. 2019–7. 9. 2019
Jože Plečnik was not just a master of monumental architecture; he was also an exceptional designer of sacred objects. The exhibition at the Vatican Museums is dedicated to the latter, as it presents 33 of Plečnik’s liturgical vessels.
Plečnik as Inspiration
29. 5. 2019–6. 10. 2019
The exhibition is part of an interdisciplinary project of students from the Department of Textiles, Graphic Arts, and Design at the Faculty of Natural Science and Engineering, a collaboration of the KIGT and KOTO (Chair of Information and Graphic Arts Technology and the Chair of Textile and Fashion Design) and the Plečnik House.
Plečnik's National and University Library
1. 2. 2019–19. 5. 2019
On 29 January 1944, an airplane crashed into the National and University Library (NUK) in Ljubljana, and badly damaged Plečnik’s just completed "pride of Ljubljana". The 75th anniversary of this disastrous event is commemorated at the Plečnik House with an exhibition, made in collaboration with the National and University Library.
temporary exhibitionPlečnik 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.
travelling exhibition in PraguePlečnik House: the architect's experimental hotbed
27. 6. 2018–21. 10. 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.
temporary exhibitionLjubica 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.