SHOW 298 .. 17th March

- The Karst Edge
- Singer Aleš Hadalin
- Hayrack models 
- A Museum of too modern art
- Fashion designers 

Interesting features of the Karst Edge
In the south-western part of Slovenia, where the Karst plateau and its scarp borders the pleasant flysch landscape of the Slovenian part of the Istrian Peninsula, lies the Karst Edge. It covers a 20-kilometre-long and 5-kilometre-wide area stretching from Socerb on the Slovenian-Italian border to the border with Croatia.
Aleš Hadalin - a vocal virtuoso
Aleš Hadalin is one of Slovenia’s most original explorers of the human voice and its expressive capabilities. He’s put aside all musical instruments and experiments with his wonderful voice alone, giving entire concerts a cappella.
The hayrack, a monument of folk architecture
Hayracks, which have left an indelible mark on the Slovenian countryside, are considered a Slovenian particularity. Although they can also be found in some other European countries, nowhere else have they acquired so many different shapes or such numbers, or have so strongly marked the landscape, as they have in Slovenia.
The Museum of too modern art
The Museum of too modern art is a highly unusual museum which has offered the opportunity to be noticed to artists whose works are considered too modern to be displayed in traditional galleries. These artists renounce the usual artistic norms, which they believe restrict young artists at the start of their careers and stifle their creativity.
Fashion Designers  
Erik Maj Potočnik and Matjaž Plošinjak is a pair of young fashion designers who also defy the commonly accepted rules of dress and behaviour. Their creations are not meant as everyday streetwear, but rather as glamorous outfits to be worn on special occasions.

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