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Landmark: Footprint, 2001–2002, by Allora and Calzadilla: an artistic collaboration between Jennifer Allora and Guillermo Calzadilla (Puerto Rico). Part of the Trienal Poli/Gráfica de San Juan: América Latina y el Caribe, Puerto Rico, the Grand Prix winner of the 26th Biennial of Graphic Arts, 2005. Come, my beloved and dine with me, installation drawing by Alevtina Kakhidze, Continental Breakfast in Ljubljana - Memory (W)hole exhibition, 2005 The Winner's Podium, an installation that won first prize in OHO Group Award competition, by artists Miha Perne and Leon Zuodar, working as Beli sladoled [White ice cream], 2011 Tomaž Tomažin, V čast klobuku [In honour of the hat], light box, detail, in the Tomaž Tomažin and Damijan Kracina / Serious players exhibition, curated by Jadranka Ljubičič, Alkatraz Gallery, 2010 Alenka Pirman, the Culture.si coeditor Damijan Kracina's artworks often deal with odd creatures and non-existent animals. A selection of these works is reinstalled in The Last Contemporary Art Museum in Logje, 2015 Marko Tušek's artwork at the exhibition Time as Structure, Method as Meaning at the Stúdió Galéria in Budapest, 1995 A prototype ultrasound instrument used to create and perform the improvisational composition Sonic beams / Acoustic shadows, for Ultrasound Haptics Project, by Miha Ciglar, Institute for Sonic Arts Research (IRZU) in 2010 JBTZ afera [JBTZ affair] comic strip by Dušan Kastelic, a political thriller, dealing with true events from Yugoslav political history in a humorous and disrespectful manner, Bugbrain Studio, 1991 Illustration for Mišo Alkalaj's article about the Big-Bang theory by Dušan Kastelic, Bugbrain Studio Ballettikka Internettikka: Portraits illuminated pictures (lightbox, image on transparent film and rotating light) by Igor Stromajer & Brane Zorman, 7th KIBLIX Linux IT Festival, 2007 A prototype ultrasound instrument used to create and perform the improvisational composition Sonic beams / Acoustic shadows, for Ultrasound Haptics Project, by Miha Ciglar, Institute for Sonic Arts Research (IRZU) in 2010 A prototype ultrasound instrument used to create and perform the improvisational composition Sonic beams / Acoustic shadows, for Ultrasound Haptics Project, by Miha Ciglar, Institute for Sonic Arts Research (IRZU) in 2010 Video by TomaÅ¾ TomaÅ¾in Stencil of Slovene writer Ivan Cankar in Celje A sculpture by Lujo Vodopivec, titled Muzej moderne in sodobne umetnosti Nova Gorica and exhibited at the Nova Gorica City Gallery, 2008 The pictorial map of Kal with the stonecutting educational trail. Drawn by A. J. Potočnik for Štirna Kal Society. Startled Satyr, a student work by Ivan Zajec, 1894, awarded with Fueger Medal, today set up in the entrance hall of the National Gallery of Slovenia. Zajec was commissioned to make a sculpture of a poet France Prešeren for the central square in Ljubljana, unveiled in 1905. The fountain sculpture commissioned by the city authorities from Francesco Robba in 1743, was inspired by the Bernini's Piazza Navona fountain and conceived as a Fountain of the Three Rivers of Carniola. In 2006, the original fountain was renovated and moved from the Town Square into the National Gallery of Slovenia. The Robba Fountain aka The Fountain of the Three Rivers of Carniola by Francesco Robba (1698–1757) is one of the most important Baroque monuments in Ljubljana. The original was installed in the central wing of the National Gallery of Slovenia in 2008.... further results