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Špela Šubic

Špela Šubic is a Museum Counsellor at Museum of Architecture and Design, Ljubljana, Slovenia. BA Art Historian, graduated from the Faculty of Arts - Department of History of Arts Ljubljana, Slovenia. She collected data on Slovenian Video artists for SCCA, later published in the catalogue Videodokument (1999). Beside the work in the archives of the famous Slovenian architect Joze Plecnik, she organized several events to promote the Museum and Plecnik's Collection in public. Wrote articles on history of architecture for Veliki slovenski leksikon (Slovenian Lexicon) published by Mladinska knjiga (last issue 2005) and articles on Slovenian designers for Mel Byars Design Encyclopedia published by MoMA (2004).

From 2002 to 2010 she was Secretary General of Biennial of Industrial Design (BIO), a worldwide known design promotion organization with 50 years tradition. Among major international projects, besides biennial exhibitions, with her team she organized Tapio Wirkkala exhitbion, Composites on Tour - 2, series of lectures on sustainability in design: Sustainable Alternatives. Now as a Museum Counsellor she is focused to museums' collection of Slovene authors in Museum of Architecture and Design and just recently curated the exhibition of Niko Kralj, legend of Slovene industrial design and with coauthor Barbara Predan published a book on him.

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