Ljubljana
MGML
Retrospektivna razstava
Oton GlihaDry Stone Walls
12. 12. 2018–15. 1. 2019

A painting exhibition dedicated to a Slovenian author who lived in Slovenia in his youth, but spent most of his life in Croatia. This is ...

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From 10 to 13 April 2018, the fourteenth festival of video will present authors who have been selected through a competition: Nina Baznik, Boris Beja, Oskar Cergolj, Domen Dimovski, Gaja Golja, Andreja Kranjec, Davorin Marc, Amir Muratović, Jaša Muller, Anže Sever, Sandra Vaupotič, Miha Vipotnik.  

29. March 2018
Bezigrad Gallery 2

The overview exhibition "Paola Korošec: Spaces of Reflections" presents the artist's works from the last decade. In her works, Paola Korošec harmonises various materials and shapes into groups of objects that form a whole.

8. March 2018
Bezigrad Gallery 2

We are inviting you to an exhibition of documentary material and artworks by the members of the music group SAETA, composers, and artists, with which the group creatively worked with for the last, very respectable, 40 years. The international exhibition presents notations, drawings, scenography, photographs, collages, tempera, paintings, films and video.

29. November 2017
Bezigrad Gallery 2

Bezigrad Gallery 2

The Bežigrad Gallery 2 was established in 2002 and is intended for personal overview and retrospective exhibitions, group thematic exhibitions, spatially-conceived exhibitions, concerts and video projections. The programme is based on historical exhibitions of predominantly less well known works of both renowned artists and younger ones making their first presentations. Since the very beginning, the Gallery has also staged jazz concerts as well as concerts of modern, minimalist and experimental music.

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Location

Bezigrad Gallery 2

Vodovodna 3
1000 Ljubljana

Contact

T +386 1 43 64 057
F +386 1 43 66 958
E bezigrajska.galerija1.2@gmail.com

Opening hours

Tuesday–Friday: 10:00–18:00
Saturday: 10:00–14:00
Sunday, Monday, holidays: Closed

Tickets

Free entry.