264 images in portraits.
Popular at home and abroad, musician and singer Magnifico has become a widely-known Slovenian music export.
Archive image from Laibach Occupied Europe NATO Tour 1994–95.
Portrait of Špela Čadež, 2017.
Manu Weiss, curator of VR/360°/GAMES@ANIMATEKA exhibition at Museum of Contemporary Art Metelkova, 2018.
Edo Škulj, Mantuani Award winner, 2004
dr. Gregor Pompe, Mantuani Award winner, 2006
Slovene writer Miško Kranjec (1908–1983)
Laibach press image, 2009
The Slovenec Slovenca gor postavi theatre performance team (from left): Alja Kapun, Miha Brajnik, Katarina Stegnar, Janez Pipan (former director of SNG Drama Ljubljana), and Rok Matke. In front: Marko Bulc (performance director) and Maša Kagao Knez. The performance was co-produced by Slovene National Theatre Drama Ljubljana and Maska Institute
Radko Polič at the film festival in Cankarjev dom, 2018.
Shots International Short Film Festival crew and the international jury, 2019.
TILT group portrait, 2007
All Together Now, performers' group portrait. A synthetic performance produced by Muzeum Institute in co-operation with Old People's Home Center – Tabor. Slovene National Theatre Opera and Ballet Ljubljana, 2000.
Portrait of Zdravko Duša, 2017.
Art critic and curator Vasja Nagy
Drums and percussions player Zlatko Kaučič
Painter Sašo Vrabič
Writer and poet Svetlana Makarovič
Architect and industrial designer Saša Mächtig
Painter Samo Kralj
Musicians and stand-up comedians Slon in sadež [The Elephant and the Fruit]
Illustrator and comic artist Tomaž Lavrič
Printmaker Zora Stančič
Rap and hip hop musician Trkaj
New media artist and net.art pioneer Vuk Ćosić
Maribor International Orchestra 2012 conductor, Živa Ploj Peršuh
Composer and multimedia artist Stane Špegel with his creations
Composer and multimedia artist Stane Špegel
Portrait of Staš Vrenko, 2016.
Res Nullius group portrait, 2011
Members of the band New Wave Syria (02)
Res Nullius group portrait, 2010
Vasko Atanasovski Trio group portrait by Matjaž Vrečko, 2010
Illustration of Valentin Vodnik (3 February 1758 - 8 January 1819), Slovene priest, teacher, journalist and poet, reprinted in 1905
Robert Waltl, 2014
Group portrait of The Stroj collective, 2013
Thunderbabies group portrait, 2014
A group portrait of the journalists, anchors, technicians and other members of the almost 200 piece collective of Radio Študent (RŠ)
The trombone player/electronica producer Žiga Murko performing at UD Festival, 2015
Neja Tomšič, MoTA Point and international projects coordinator, 2016.
Portrait of Urška Zupanec, 2018.
Ljudmil Rus Guitar Orchestra group portrait after a performance in Portorož at the Grand Hotel Bernadin, 2010
Ljudmil Rus Guitar Orchestra was established in 1963 under the leadership of guitarist and composer Ljudmil Rus (b. 1933). Group portrait after a performance in Portorož, 2010
Miha Turšič co-founder of the Cultural Centre of European Space Technologies (KSEVT), Vitanje, 2012
Slovenian contemporary artist Marjetica Potrč
Guitar player and singer/songwriter Mateja Blaznik
Visual artist Marija Mojca Pungerčar
Journalist Meta Česnik
Philosopher Mladen Dolar
Croatian visual artist Mladen Stilinović in Škuc Gallery
Portrait of violin player Satu Vänskä, performing at the Maribor Festival, September 2011
Portrait of Maja Bogataj Jančič, 2017.
Portrait of Luka Frelih, 2017.
Portrait of Matic Majcen, 2016.
Lawrence English at MoTA Museum of Transitory Art, 2017.
Brian Yuzna receiving the Reanima Cat award at the Grossmann Fantastic Film and Wine Festival 2008
Finn Atkins with the Vicious Cat Award for Eden Lake at the Grossmann Fantastic Film and Wine Festival 2009
Painter Kostja Gatnik
Art historian, curator and art critic Lilijana Stepančič
Archive photograph, Laibach Occupied Europe NATO Tour 1994-95, 1994
Laibach, interview for the cultural/political programme TV TEDNIK (TV Weekly), Slovenian national television. This provocative appearance prompted the showâs host to brand them âenemies of the peopleâ, calling for a boycott. 1983
Following the release of the album WAT (Mute Records,2003), Laibach carried out a major European tour in 2003. Sung in both German and English WAT pondered the major topics of the Iraq War, anti-Semitism, terrorism and crisis in the modern world.
Laibach, Jalta, 1994. Laibach supported the NATO LP (Mute Records, 1994) with their lengthy Occupied Europe NATO Tour 1994-95 which ended with two concerts in besieged, war-torn Sarajevo as part of their NSK State Sarajevo event.
Laibach, publicity image for Opus Dei, 1987
Laibach in Belgrade, 1986
The Crown Prince Aleksandar Aleksandrov Karađorđević, Hereditary Prince Petar Aleksandrov Karađorđević, and the collector Nani Poljanec (of the Folk Museum Rogaška Slatina) at the State Funeral (in which the remains of the Serbian and Yugoslav Royal House of Karađorđević were buried in Oplenac Mausoleum in Topola, Serbia), 2013.
Katalena group portrait by Luka Kaše, 2011
Katice group portrait, 2009
Klemen Klemen, 2016.
Photographer Katja Goljat
It's Everyone Else group portrait, 2011
Lloyd Kaufman creator of The Toxic Avenger with film mascot at the Grossmann Fantastic Film and Wine Festival 2007
Film directors Slobodan Šijan (SER) and Brian Yuzna (USA) during a friendly discussion at the Grossmann Fantastic Film and Wine Festival 2008
Joerg Buttgereit with Necro Cat award at the Grossmann Fantastic Film and Wine Festival 2009
Musician, actor and comedian Jure Godler
Musician, composer and philosopher Jani Kovačič
Journalist, rock music manager and music producer Igor Vidmar
Guitar player and theatre/film music composer Igor Leonardi
Contemporary artist Jasmina Cibic
Painter Jože Slak - Đoka
Actor and television presenter Jonas Žnidaršič
Journalist and comentator Jurij Gustinčič
Portrait of Jože Plečnik, 1933
A group portrait of Biennial of Design 2019 participants, standing in front of the Central Technological Library in Ljubljana
Dr. Metod Benedik, guardian of the Capuchin Monastery Archives and Library, Škofja Loka
Nani Poljanec with the guests of the 24-hour piano playing marathon with 50 participants, coorganised by Poljanec at the Cristal Hall of the Rogaška Hotel, July 2012.
Painter Emerik Bernard
Portrait of Elena Fajt, visual artist
Dragan Živadinov, Slovenian theatre director, founder of the Noordung Cosmokinetic Cabinet and co-founder of the Cultural Centre of European Space Technologies (KSEVT). Vitanje, 2012.
Composer, accordion player and pianist Drago Ivanuša
Film director Damjan Kozole
Photographer and journalist Denis Sarkić with his dog Janša
Painter, designer and sculptor Domen Slana
Portrait of Davide Grassi, 2018.
Writers Svetlana Makarovič, Tone Škrjanec, Žana Pekovskaja, Brane Mozetič and Jana Putrle in Moscow, Centre for Slovenian Literature, September 2009
Peter Bratuša at Cankarjev dom, Cultural and Congress Centre, 2018.
Painter Bogoslav Kalaš
Journalist and writer Blaž Ogorevc
Brina group portrait, 2011
Portrait of Borja Močnik, 2017.
Photographer Arne Hodalič
General Rudolf Maister-Vojanov (1874–1934)
Music composer Aldo Kumar, 2005
Painter Ana Sluga
Music producer Anže Kacafura
Academic Choir Tone Tomšič made up of students from the University of Ljubljana
Vokalna akademija Ljubljana group portrait at the Robba fountain, Ljubljana, 2009
Sebastjan Vrhovnik, conductor of the Obala Koper Mixed Choir
Rifat K. Pateev, the first director of the Russian Scientific and Cultural Centre, Ljubljana during a period 2011–2015.
Srečna mladina group portrait shot in Slovakia, 2014
Obala Koper Mixed Choir Group portrait, summer 2011
Illustrator MatjaÅ¾ Schmidt (1948–2010)
Grandmaster Anatoly Karpov as a special guest at a simultaneous chess party at the Grossmann Fantastic Film and Wine Festival 2008
Marijan PuÅ¡avec, a writer and scriptwriter
Painter, printmaker and illustrator Petra Varl
Professor Dr. Shanon Bell presenting her book Fast Feminism at the CafÃ© Open
A portrait of painter Narcis KantardÅ¾iÄ in his studio.
Illustrator Lila Prap
Laibach press image, 2006
Alenka Pirman, the Culture.si coeditor
Tilen Javornik, Tinta Festival open call winner 2016, during the opening of the Festival in 2017.
Conductor, composer and violin player Richard Tognetti (Bach Recordings), artistic director of Maribor Festival