A panel exhibition on the unrealised projects of Slovenian visionary Jože Plečnik can be found from Monday 16 to Sunday 29 May in front of Plečnik’s Church of the Most Sacred Heart of Our Lord on Jiřího z Poděbrad Square.
Plečnik worked on his vision of Ljubljana in stages over more than three decades. This exhibition shows a selection of four metropolitan projects that could have changed the face of today’s Slovenian metropolis forever.
The exhibition will be accompanied by a lecture and a follow-up discussion by the original author of the exhibition and curator of the Plečnik Permanent Collection in Ljubljana, Ana Porok, and professor and architectural historian Vladimír Šlapeta. Thursday 19 May at 6.30 pm at the Faculty of Law of Charles University.
The 150th anniversary of the Slovenian architect’s birth will be celebrated, among other things, with a unique event – a string concert by the Stamic Quartet directly in Plečnik’s church on Wednesday 18 May.