Jakopič Pavilion: Exhibition Catalogues

The Jakopič pavilion is a former gallery, in the Art Nouveau style. In 1908, Jakopič built the pavilion in the Tivoli Park; its architect was Max Fabiani. The pavilion was placed at the beginning of the Latterman promenade in the Ljubljana Tivoli Park. Until the Second World War, the pavilion was the main exhibition centre of the Slovenian contemporary painters, sculptors and photographers.

The pavilion was opened on 12 June 1909 with the 3rd Slovenian art exhibition: 22 artists exhibited 172 pictures and 20 statues. Next year, Jakopič organised a retrospective exhibition of eighty years of Fine Arts in Slovenia at the pavilion.

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