Occasional Exhibitions

Exhibitions and Events

Our goal is to always be in step with the newest museum trends. We complement our permanent and occasional with various events, lectures and workshops.

Portreti Ivana Cankarja iz zbirk Narodnega muzeja Slovenije

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Na ogled od 10. maja do 31. decembra 2018 v Narodnem muzeju Slovenije 
 
Na priložnostni razstavi predstavljamo pestro paleto portretov velikega modernista, virtuoza slovenske umetniške besede Ivana Cankarja. Razstavljenih je blizu 40 eksponatov iz muzejske zakladnice: nekaj primerkov v umetniških tehnikah (risbe, grafični odtisi, satirični portreti in karikature) in še več fotografskih portretov. Raje kakor pred slikarskim stojalom se je namreč mojster literarne pripovedi ustavil pred fotografskim objektivom: ob reprezentančnih portretih, ki jih je posnel ateljejski fotograf Avgust Berthold, so na ogled tudi bolj razpoloženjski posnetki ljubiteljskega fotografa Frana Vesela. Posebna dragocenost so njegovi izvirni negativi na steklenih ploščah iz prvih dveh desetletij 20. stoletja. Predstavljene so tudi satirične upodobitve in karikature, delo slikarja, risarja in ilustratorja Hinka Smrekarja, pa lesorezi Mihe Maleša, ki jih je izdelal posthumno po fotografskih portretih, in še kaj. Številni eksponati so na ogled prvič.
 
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SHAPING THE FUTURE. The Development of Ceramics and Tomorrow’s Design

Temporary exhibition
Open from 15 May to 31 July 2018 at the National Museum of Slovenia

Ceramics have always played a prominent role in people’s lives and are as important today as they were in prehistoric times. This exhibition explores the importance of the material in industrial and handcraft production and the potential of contemporary digital methods such as 3D printing. The exhibition looks at the future of ceramic material and the craft related to it.
SHAPING THE FUTURE is a touring exhibition and the result of a one-year workshop with selected European students from schools and universities that have been dealing with questions and possible innovations in the requirements of tomorrow’s design.  
 
SHAPING THE FUTURE is part of the European project Ceramics and Its Dimensions. The project has partner institutions in eleven different countries in Europe, and it is co-funded through the Creative Europe program of EU. This ambitious project connects museums, architects, designers, industry, and stakeholders from different European countries to explore the material according to its cultural, historical, technical, and artistic aspects. 
The National Museum of Slovenia is one of the twenty-five partner institutions and is a co-organiser of Module 6: Ceramics and its Dimensions: SHAPING THE FUTURE led by Aalto University, School of Art, Design and Architecture, Department of Design (Helsinki, Finland). 
 
On the photo: Hilda Nilsson.
 
            
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IV. International Ceramic Triennial UNICUM 2018

Temporary exhibition
Open from 18 May to 30 September 2018 at the National Museum of Slovenia – Metelkova
 
This prestigious competitive exhibition puts on display the latest trends in contemporary art ceramics. An international expert jury has selected 77 works of art from almost 300 artists from all over the world to compete for prestigious awards. The aim of the UNICUM Triennial is to present the contemporary developments of art ceramics around the world and the diversity of artistic approaches. 
The UNICUM Triennial is putting great effort into artistic author ceramics and daring visual art challenges in the direction of contemporary visual art exploration. It emphasises the artistic direction of contemporary ceramics and the need for creative authorship, asserting ceramics as an equal medium in contemporary art, especially in the visual arts. 
The UNICUM Triennial is accompanied by numerous events and exhibitions dedicated to art ceramic throughout Slovenia. Also among them is an exhibition of students of Slovenian art schools.
 
See more: www.unicum.si
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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NACIONALNI MUZEJI SLOVENIJE 2018

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Na ogled od 18. maja 2018 na Muzejski ploščadi Metelkova

Z izbranimi podobami iz bogatih in raznolikih muzejskih zbirk se predstavlja 13 slovenskih državnih muzejev: MG+MSUM (Moderna galerija in Muzej sodobne umetnosti Metelkova), Muzej krščanstva na Slovenskem, Muzej novejše zgodovine Slovenije, Muzej za arhitekturo in oblikovanje, Narodna galerija, Narodni muzej Slovenije, Prirodoslovni muzej Slovenije, Slovenska kinoteka, Slovenski etnografski muzej, Slovenski gledališki inštitut – Gledališki muzej, Slovenski šolski muzej, Tehniški muzej Slovenije in Vojaški muzej slovenske vojske.
 
Razstava izpostavlja pomen in moč medsebojnega sodelovanja, odkriva kulturne zaklade, ki jih hranijo muzeji, oživlja muzejsko ploščad, sooblikuje javni kulturni prostor in poudarja vlogo muzejev kot nosilcev sprememb v družbi in spodbujevalcev dialoga o večplastnem razumevanju časa.
 
Muzeji in galerije so skupno razstavo pripravili ob praznovanju Mednarodnega muzejskega dne 2018 na temo Hiperpovezani muzeji: Novi pristopi, novi obiskovalci.
 

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