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Bojan

Bojan

Registrazione 10 lug 2014
Offline Ultima Attività 15 luglio 2018 ore 07:22

Nella discussione:Museo Nazionale della Slovenia - Lubiana

06 giugno 2017 - 17:57

Hello, some more pictures from our exhibition design. Thank you Massimo and Walter to come in Ljubljana!
Regards,
Bojan

Nella discussione:Museo Nazionale della Slovenia - Lubiana

17 maggio 2017 - 05:43

Hello, exhibition "Paths of Samurai" starts at 30. th of May 2017. National museum of Slovenia, Ljubljana, Metelkova street. Public opening at 31.th of May. Happy to meet you in Ljubljana.
Big thank's to Mr. Massimo.

PATHS OF THE SAMURAI. Japanese arms and martial culture in Slovenia

The figure of the Japanese warrior the samurai his weapons, combat skills, and worldview have excited our imagination for at least a century and a half since the land of the rising sun opened itself to the rest of the world after a long period of isolation.

The samurais arms as well as his ethos and worldview have become a unique bridge between the Japanese culture and the West. It's hardly a coincidence that Slovenes also are fascinated by the masterly crafted blades, sublime philosophy, art, and martial arts of ancient Japan. However, we are often not aware how profound these contacts are. This is the reason that, with the support of the Japan Embassy in the Republic of Slovenia, the Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, and the Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana, the National Museum of Slovenia is preparing its first comprehensive exhibition of about 50 selected items of Japanese weapons and armour from the museum's as well as several private collections in order to portray the warriors that once used them, the world they lived in, and the paths by which the legacy of the samurai reached the Slovenes.

Nella discussione:Museo Nazionale della Slovenia - Lubiana

02 febbraio 2017 - 06:32

From Massimo last visit and work in Ljubljana National museum, public article is only in Slovenian langue: http://www.nms.si/in...mid=121&lang=sl
Regards,
Bojan

Nella discussione:Bojan's swords intruduction

02 febbraio 2017 - 06:08

Thank you Massimo for inspected my swords in hand, it is always big plesure and honour to leearn and work with you in Slovenia.
Regards,
Bojan