Borut Krajnc
Photographs 2005–2021
Borut Krajnc Like Here and Beyond
17. 5. 2023–24. 6. 2023

The cycles Emptiness, Pressure and Transition featuring documentary photographs taken between 2005 and 2021 reveal the authors eye for local and global socio-political phenomena. With a clever conceptual approach he tackles current dilemmas of the capitalistic economy, the press and the post-COVID society.

Past exhibitions

Jože Slak – Đoka (1951–2014)
Drawings and paintings
Jože Slak – Đoka (1951–2014)Between Gaze and Infinity
21. 3. 2023–30. 4. 2023
This commemorative and retrospective exhibition of drawings and paintings by the artist Jože Slak, who was a unique and an irresistibly curious person, is a continuation of Slak's exhibition, which was on display at our gallery in 2015. The works on display represent the highlights of the painter's artistic creativity, as well as his unique, sensitive and critical view of the world.
Milan Erič
Paintings and objects 2013-2023
Milan EričLights
11. 1. 2023–25. 2. 2023
This exhibition features recent artwork on paper and canvas of various formats using different techniques, such as acrylic and acrylic spray, and an installation of objects. These are abstract circular and elliptical motifs created using different techniques. 
Videofestival Natures 18
Videofestival Natures 18Available online
30. 12. 2022–4. 1. 2023
The festival maintains the tradition of Bežigrad Galleries of presenting new media. Its beginnings with multimedia exhibitions and events and computer projections date back to the 2002s. Artists are invited to enter the competition: Boris Beja, Blaž Bergant, Žoel Kastelic, Uroš Marolt, Aleksij Kobal, Ula Pogorevčnik, Rožana Švara, Teja Tegelj, Vanja Mervič in Dušan Zidar.Available online: Videofestival natures 18
Anja Jerčič Jakob
Paintings 2003-2022
Anja Jerčič JakobFlora of the World
24. 11. 2022–28. 12. 2022
This is a retrospective exhibition of paintings created by the artist who draws inspiration for her artistic exploration from plants and flowers. Nature, a dominant motif, has followed her through life from a tender age. She uses it as a means of interpreting reality and also life in general. In her own unique way she applies classical techniques, such as oil and egg tempera, and blends them with modern dripping techniques to create artwork brimming with incredibly thoughtful sensibility.
Suzana Brborović
Exhibition of paintings and collages 2012–2022
Suzana BrborovićConnections
2. 9. 2022–12. 10. 2022
Suzana Brborović initially only tries to revive the shadows and bring them to light again. This might be because her father is in the construction business in Slovenia. As a child she often wandered around constructions sites, which give a clear idea about architecture, with bare walls that seem like skeletons and are later covered in flattering, reconcilable façade.
Marjan Skumavc (1947-2011)
Razstava slik in risb
Marjan Skumavc (1947-2011)Life From up Close
28. 4. 2022–20. 6. 2022
Exhibition of drawings and paintings

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