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프라하 성 사진전, 아산 정책 연구원 갤러리에서 개최

서울 – 프라하 성 사진전이 아산 정책 연구원 갤러리에서 2014년 9월 한 달 동안 개최된다.

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이번 전시회에서는프라하성의 자세한건축물, 정원, 조각 상, 안뜰, 그리고보도 등의모습을 감상할수 있다. 50 점의 사진들은대통령 관저를포함한 살롱들의모습을 자세히다루고 있다. 이번 전시회는체코 내의관광지들의 모습을담은 영상과체코의 클래식음악을 함께들으면서 감상할 수있다.

Jože Plečnik (1872 - 1957) was the most significant Slovenian architect, urbanist and one of the founding members of the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Ljubljana. He studied with renowned Viennese architect and educator Otto Wagnerand worked in Wagner's architecture office until 1900. He had a strong impact on the modern architecture of the Slovenian Capital Ljubljana. Besides in Slovenia he also worked in Austria, Serbia and Czech. In 1911, Plečnik moved to Prague, where he taught at the college of arts and crafts. The first Czechoslovakian president Tomáš G. Masaryk appointed him as a chief architect for the renovation of the Prague Castle. From 1920 until 1934 Plečnik completed numerous projects at the castle, including renovation of numerous gardens and courtyards, the design and installation of monuments and sculptures, and the design of numerous new interior spaces. He renovated the Prague Castle with the respect to the Czech history and traditions and avoided any foreign elements.  Concurrently, he also supervised the renovation of the presidential summer residence at Lány, where he mainly employed the existing furniture. Later on he moved back to Ljubljana on the invitation of another distinguished Slovenian architect Ivan Vurnik to teach architecture at the University of Ljubljana.

Damjan Prelovšek (담얀 프레로브셱)

1945년 슬로베니아 출생
예술사, 건축 박사
오스트리아 잘츠부르크 대학 건축과 교수
슬로베니아 과학 아카데미 건축과 과장
주체코 슬로베니아 대사(1998-2002)
슬로베니아 문화부 유산보호국 국장
現 유럽 예술과학 아카데미 회원
現 유네스코(UNESCO) 회원으로 활동 중
- 프라하포제브라드 지방Holy Heart 교회 유네스코 세계문화유산 등재
現Maribor 대학, Ljubljana 사진대학 교수로 재직 중

The photographs of an Slovenian art historian Damjan Prelovšek give us insight into the renovation works of Jože Plečnik at the Prague Castle. Damjan Prelovšek (*1945, Ljubljana, Slovenia) studied history and history of art at the University of Ljubljana. After his graduation in 1969 he spent one year in Vienna as holder of the Herder post-graduate scholarship. He took his doctor's degree in 1977 with the theses focused on Jože Plečnik. In 1971 he started to work at the France Stele Institute of Art History at the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, and in 1995 he become the director of the institute .  In 1990, 1991 and 1996 he lectured as visiting professor at the University of Salzburg and in 1992 at the Middle European University in Prague. Since 1992 he has been a regular member of the European Academy of Science and Art, domiciled in Austria.  From 1998 to 2002 he was posted as Ambassador of the Republic of Slovenia in the Czech Republic. From 2006 till today he has been working as a director of the Department for the culture heritage at the Slovenian Ministry of Culture. His main field of research is the history of architecture from the baroque to the modern times especially the work and life of the Slovenian architect Jože Plečnik, about whom he published some books in Slovenia and abroad.