Partner in CRAFT. Teaching Assistant, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana
Martina Malešič, PhD, is an art historian, employed as a teaching assistant and researcher associate at the Department of Art History at the Faculty of Arts in Ljubljana. She studied art history, graduated in 2008 and defended her PhD thesis in 2013. Her research field covers theory and history of architecture, design and urban planning of 20th century (her PhD thesis was focusing on Scandinavian influences on Slovenian dwelling culture after WWII).
She is actively involved in the field of promotion and popularization of modern architecture, by organizing workshops, guided tours, lectures and exhibitions. She has curated several exhibitions, among others Streets and Neighbourhoods: Vladimir Braco Mušič and Large-Scale Architecture(co-curators Luka Skansi, Bogo Zupančič) in 2016 in Museum of Architecture and Design (MAO) and New Spaces, New Images. The 1980s through the Prism of Events, Exhibitions, and Discourses(co-curator Asta Vrečko) in 2016 in Museum of Modern Art (MG) in Ljubljana.