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Illustration of Valentin Vodnik (3 February 1758 - 8 January 1819), Slovene priest, teacher, journalist and poet, reprinted in 1905 Birthplace of France Prešeren (pr' Ribču) located in the village of Vrba in the Municipality of Žirovnica. The house where the Slovene poet France Prešeren was born in 1800. The Birthplace of France Prešeren (pr' Ribču) located in the village of Vrba in the Municipality of Žirovnica. The house where the Slovene poet France Prešeren was born in 1800. Portrait of Jože Plečnik, 1933 Dr Franja Bojc Bidovec, a doctor in charge at the Franja Partisan Hospital, which was named after her Majda Širca, Milan Kučan, and Zoran Janković at the opening of graphic design exhibition Najboljše iz Vojvodine at the Atrium of the Magistrat Gallery (Ljubljana Town Hall), 2008 Slovene writer Miško Kranjec (1908–1983) Oplen House 2015 The entrance of Kavčnik Homestead, a museum of folk architecture with the core of the building -the smoke house - dating from circa 17th century. Established as a museum in 1992 and administered by Velenje Museum. Exhibition Contemporary Architecture in Slovenia by curator Andrej Hrausky of Architectural Gallery DESSA at International Centre of Graphic Arts (MGLC) in Ljubljana (2008) Audio visual concert Deceiving Light, harpist Eduardo Raon, visuals by Akaša Bojič, Neja Engelsberger and Luka Umek during the closing event of Animateka, 2009 Program for children - Slon [Elephant], Animateka, closing night, 2009 The exhibition of Katja Goljat at the AQ Gallery art studio in Celje, 2014. Expanded space (Razširjeni prostor) exhibition, Appendix 2 gallery, Warsaw, 2010/11 Opening of the Podobe popolnosti exhibition by Alenka Sottler, Kiki Omerzel and duo Lukatarina, 2011 Dr Viktor Volčjak. Photo archive related to Franja Partisan Hospital at the Idrija Municipal Museum Tomaž Tomažin's light boxes at the Preview Berlin fair, Berlin, 2010 ARS Gallery in Ljubljana was the first established commercial gallery in Slovenia, managed by Mladinska knjiga Bookstores, closed in 2015. Blind Spot, an exhibition installation by Aleksandra Vajd and Hynek Alt at the House of Arts in České Budějovice, 2013 Klemen Klemen featuring in the concert by Ali En at Kino Šiška in Ljubljana, 2009 Andrej Detela, 2018. Exhibition Contemporary Architecture in Slovenia by curator Andrej Hrausky of Architectural Gallery DESSA at International Centre of Graphic Arts (MGLC) in Ljubljana (2008) Opening of Matti Hagelberg's exhibition, Kaleidoscopic pictures of reality, Animateka Festival, 2009... further results