The National Gallery of Slovenia (Narodna galerija) is the main art museum in Slovenia. Its area of activity lies predominantly on the Slovene art from the 13th (late Mediaeval period) to the early 20th century. Since 1997, when the new wing of the institution was built, the collection is divided into two parts: Art in Slovenia and European Paintings. The National Gallery regularly prepares temporary thematic and monographic exhibitions and events in order to present certain themes from Slovene art and bring selected phenomena of art history closer to the public.
On 17 April 2013 the Slovene Impressionists and their time (1890-1920) exhibition curated by Sylvain Lecombre and opens at the Petit Palais Museum in Paris.