Ludbreg, Batthyany Castle, April 2011
A poster exhibition of conservation-restoration work on wooden polychromed and gilded altars, sculptures and historic textiles was shown at the Ludbreg Conservation Centre, to present the previous six years of its activity.
Zagreb, Klovićevi dvori Gallery, October 2010 – February 2011
Ljubljana, City Museum of Ljubljana, March – May 2011
An exhibition organized by the Klovićevi Dvori Gallery covered the period from the 12th to the 1st century BC – from earliest Greek visits to our coast in the Mycenaean period until the arrival of Romans. With over 480 exhibition pieces of sculpture, numismatics, ceramics, jewelry, weapons, military equipment, navigation and religious artifacts, this exhibition brought together for the first time the most beautiful and most important exhibits from seventeen museums in Croatia, ten other institutions and seven private collections, from Istria to Dubrovnik, including the islands of Hvar, Korčula and Vis, and continental Croatia from Zagreb to Čakovec and Osijek. One of the exhibition highlights was the Croatian Apoxyomenos.
Požega, Old Silk Mill (Conservation Department in Požega), June 2010
The exhibition presented a restoration of four tile stoves, which was carried out by the Croatian Conservation Institute in cooperation with the Conservation Department of the Ministry of Culture, thus drawing attention to a significant yet still insufficiently valorized part of cultural heritage.
Zadar, Museum of Antique Glass, March – October 2010
In an effort to draw the publics’ attention to this valuable and unique archaeological find, prior to being permanently placed in its own museum and having already been shown in Zagreb, Osijek, Rijeka and Split, the ancient bronze statue of the Croatian Apoxyomenos was exhibited at the Museum of Antique Glass in Zadar.