DISPLAYED IN New York's MoMA
One of the GR – Ljubljana Exhibition and Convention Centre’s (GR) halls is being presented within a currently ongoing exhibition in MoMA (Musem of Modern Art), New York Toward a Concrete Utopia: Architecture in Yugoslavia, 1948-1980 which presents architects and designers from former Yugoslavia. The Steklena Hall is displayed among other exhibition’s highlights as an extraordinary work of architect Milan Mihelič and as the most prominent example of the structural architectural solution in Yugoslavia. The exhibition in MoMA is open until the 13th of January 2019
FAIRS AND CONGRESSES
GR’s long-standing tradition and related experience of a highly motivated team annually perform 20 fairs. In addition, GR organises and hosts business conferences, as well as various cultural and entertainment events. This year, the fairs have been joined by 12 international congresses that have brought to Slovenia’s capital 11,000 guests.
HOSTED BY GR
The most important of them were the TEN-T Days in April as the largest event of the European Commission in the transport branch with more than 2,300 participants; in September, the EFMC-ISMC 2018 – International Symposium on Medical Chemistry with 1,200 prominent scientists from all over the world; and in October, the biggest event of the golf industry in the world the IGTM – International Golf Tourism Market with 1,200 participants from 65 countries.
ORGANISED AND HOSTED BY GR
Nature-Health fair, organised by GR, annually takes place from late November to early December. Additionally, a few weeks ago, two trade shows at the same time successfully concluded under the motto Everything for the Home!: the Ambient Ljubljana – furniture and home furnishings fair, and the Home Fair Plus – building furniture, cooling and heating technology, and prefabricated houses fair.
In the region, the GR – Ljubljana Exhibition and Convention Centre is becoming increasingly recognizable for its world’s exhibitions. From October 2018 to the 20th of January 2019, the GR is hosting the exhibition of the real human bodies, the Body Worlds Vital Exhibition from the Body Worlds Exhibition series that has been seen by more than 47 million people in over 90 cities worldwide in the organization of the Heidelberg Institute for plastination.