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Exhibitions

Past exhibitions

Ira Marušič
Paintings 2015-2020
Ira MarušičObjects in Magma
28. 10. 2020–25. 11. 2020
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTCLOSE Bežigrad Gallery 2 until cancellation for ALL VISITORS.The author, who first presented her works at the Bežigrad Gallery 2 in 2014, is now exhibiting a selection of larger paintings, mostly on canvass. The artist’s motto for the creation of these works are small objects, painted in the centre of her artworks in seemingly floating spaces, that are similar to magma. 
Sandi Červek
Sandi ČervekPaintings 2018-2020
3. 9. 2020–15. 10. 2020
The exhibition focuses on the presentation of the painter’s lesser-known works, which depict his personal geometrical expressions. The artist is marked by various creative periods – from his early beginnings when he was creating a material world to monochromatic black paintings, which are the highlight of his oeuvre, and to his last, lesser-known, period, exemplified by the artist’s handwriting with distinct individual geometrical forms concentrated on a single painting image.
Ervin Potočnik
From 26 May our gallery will be once again open for visitors
Ervin PotočnikMessengers
4. 3. 2020–24. 6. 2020
As the exhibition ofErvin Potočnik, had to be closed prematurely we have decided to prolong it. You are welcome to visit it from 26 May until 24 June 2020. Since we want to make sure you have a safe visit, please follow the instructions below.Only healthy persons who do not show signs of acute respiratory illness can enter the gallery.Entrance in the gallery is only possible for individuals, families or persons from the same householdpeople).The use of your own protective mask is mandatory.When entering the gallery, it is necessary to disinfect the hands.A minimum distance of 2 m must be observed during the visit.
Lojze Spacal (1907–2000):
Paintings, sculptures and prints
Lojze Spacal (1907–2000):From the Littoral and the Karst Region
30. 12. 2019–8. 2. 2020
Lojze Spacal (1907–2000), is world-renowned and recognised as a graphics artist and is counted among the most important Slovenian artists of the 20th century. His retrospective exhibition, part of the series of historical and commemorative exhibitions at the Bežigrad Gallery will present paintings, sculptures, and prints from Moderna galerija Ljubljana, Javni zavod Komenski Kras, Štanjel and private collections made in the period between 1945 and 1995.
Prešeren Award Recipients from Slovenian Istria
Drawings, paintings, graphics and sculptures
Prešeren Award Recipients from Slovenian IstriaZvest Apollonio, Aleksij Kobal, Janez Lenassi, Živko Marušič in Andraž Šalamun
2. 10. 2019–13. 11. 2019
Selected works by the Prešeren awards recipients originating from Slovenian Istria, coming from the collections of the Piran Coastal Galleries and the Prešeren Award Winners of Fine Arts Gallery Kranj. Drawings, paintings, prints, and sculptures by Zvest Apollonio, Aleksij Kobal, Janez Lenassi, Žviko Marušič and Andraž Šalamun will all be exhibited.  Opening: Wednesday, 2 October 2019 at 7 pm
Nika Zupančič
PAINTINGS 2016-2019
Nika ZupančičSide Vision
15. 5. 2019–29. 6. 2019
The exhibition will present works of varying formats made by Nika Zupančič from the last decade. The painter developed her own specific style of painting very early on, which manifests in her works through the selection of content and motifs. Her paintings are inspired by themes from the natural world, its fragility and unrelenting decay.

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