The famous Canadian photographer Geoffrey James explores the legacy of Jože Plečnik and his transformation of Ljubljana as a Gesamtkunstwerk. James reveals the social and sensual aspects of Plečnik’s work, which are rarely shown in architectural photographs. Taken with a hand-held camera at different times of day and seasons, the photographs explore the complexity of Plečnik’s urban spaces and capture their intimacy and social processes.
It was curated by Tina Gregorič, Professor at the Institute of Architecture and Design, Vienna TU Wien. Vidic Grohar Arhitekti co-curated the show and provided the exhibition design. The design and illustration is by Loti Turk.