26. 7. 2018–31. 8. 2018

Israeli artist Rona Stern (1984) creates carefully thought out visual constructions by combining diverse elements taken from her immediate environment. Her constructions are inspired by ...

Dušica Dražić & Wim Janssen Projektor, 2017
5. 9. 2018–20. 9. 2018
In Yugoslavia, after the end of World War II, a new and major importance was conferred to the role of cinema. In a very short time, hundreds of new cinemas were built, Europe’s largest film studio was founded in Belgrade and Slovenia’s Iskra began the mass manufacture of 35mm film projectors. The most legendary of these would be the NP-21 (NP stands for Narodni Projektor, the Projector of the People).


Rona Stern creates her work by connecting daily images found in her immediate environment using the syntax of marketing and commercial language.

29. May 2018
Tobacco 001 Cultural Centre

With a keen sense for drawing and for use of materials, Anna Zvyagintseva captures traces of daily life, encounters, coincidences or autobiographical facts in her sculptures, drawings and film works. Ukrainian artist Nikita Kadan uses his artworks to compel us to think about the manipulations of history that occur in modern political and historical discourses.  

16. April 2018
Tobacco 001 Cultural Centre

The CC Tobačna 001 is entering the new year with the exhibition project "Adagio for Space", by the Israeli artist Moran Victoria Sabbag. The gallery’s programme will continue with solo art projects. During the first six months of the year, we will present the Bulgarian artist Kamen Stoyanov. His work focuses on the questions of identity, migration, historical definitions and on topical issues regarding social and cultural development. After him will be Slovenian artist Boris Beja, who uses art mediums to create connections among various contents, with a strong emphasis on social criticism.

22. December 2017
Tobacco 001 Cultural Centre

Tobacco 001 Cultural Centre

Tobacco 001 is a new cultural centre that includes an art gallery, a museum collection and an apartment intended for artists in residence. It is the first historical building within Ljubljana’s old Tobacco Factory premises to be renewed. It was opened on 19 March 2011. It is the city’s new focal point for visual and cultural activities situated in a quarter that is increasingly becoming a prime ambient for contemporary multicultural attributes.

© Matevž Paternoster/MGML
© Matevž Paternoster/MGML


Tobacco 001 Cultural Centre

Tobačna ulica 1
1000 Ljubljana


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Information and reservations:
T +386 1 24 12 500
T +386 1 24 12 506
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Opening hours

Tuesday–Friday: 11:00–17:00
Monday, Saturday, Sunday: Closed


Free entry.