Ljubljana
MGML

Exhibitions

Upcoming
Traditional exhibition
From a Sketch to a Puppet Animals
30. 8. 2018–30. 10. 2018
The exhibition entitled ‘From Sketch to Puppet’ presents the authors of sketches for puppet, scene and costume designs they made for the performances at the Ljubljana Puppet Theatre from the end of the 20th century to 2012.

Past exhibitions

Andrej Brumen ČopA Thousand Cranes
23. 5. 2018–30. 6. 2018
An overview of works by one of the most renowned artists of Slovenian contemporary art. The exhibition presents paintings, watercolours, and books from the painter’s different creative periods, from 2012–2016.
I Construct a Painting as a Building in SpaceDrawings and tempera 1988-2017
14. 3. 2018–4. 5. 2018
The exhibition of drawings, watercolours and tempera paintings is one of now rare solo shows by the artist, who was already making important artworks in the 1970s.
Milena Gregorčič: Lines of SpacesPaintings
17. 1. 2018–28. 2. 2018
The exhibition of works from Milena Gregorčič's last creative period, marked by elongated and translucent painting surfaces within floating spatial arrangements. 
Tina Konec: LinesDrawings 2015–2017
22. 11. 2017–24. 12. 2017
The overview exhibition of the young artist presents a selection of smaller and larger monochromatic drawings, 123 drawings in ink and pencil, all from the 2015–2017 period. The author sees the drawing as a basis for future works or an independent artwork.
From a Sketch To a PuppetMaribor Puppet Theatre
31. 8. 2017–9. 11. 2017
The traditional annual presentation of Slovenian puppetry "From a Sketch to a Puppet", now in its 37th edition, is presenting the Maribor Puppet Theatre. This year's exhibition is complemented by video recordings of shows in which puppets were designed by Ančka Gošnik - Godec, Jože Logar, Iztok Hrga, Damijan Stepančič, Viktor Šest and Breda Varl.
Franci Zagoričnik: Images of Words1962–1997
17. 5. 2017–30. 6. 2017
An exhibition of visual poetry, books, anthologies, photos, colllages, mail art one of the most prominent avant-garde artists of the 20th century. In the WEST EAST anthologies, which he compiled together with his family, he collected and published works of artists from all over the world. Their artwork was exhibited in numerous exhibitions in Slovenia and elsewhere.