8. 2. 2019–1. 3. 2019
London-based Slovenian artist Jasmina Cibic is being presented to Ljubljana’s audience with a segment of a tripartite exhibition and film project entitled ‘Spielraum’ that draws on an essay by the Austrian writer, translator and satirist Karl Kraus.
15. 3. 2019–19. 4. 2019
The works of Nika Autor, a graduate of Ljubljana’s Academy of Fine Arts and Design and the Academy in Vienna, where she also completed her doctoral degree, formally encompass the fields of film and film theory, video, photography, graphics and painting. The artist is known for her dealing with socially engaged themes and interweaving images from archives and the present.
24. 4. 2019–7. 6. 2019
Born in Belgrade, Dejan Kaludjerović completed his undergraduate studies at the Academy in Vienna, where he lives and works, and his postgraduate studies at the Academy in Belgrade. From the start of his artistic career at the beginning of this millennium, Kaludjerović has been exploring the conjunction between consumerism and childhood with a view to analysing how the identity and stability of representative forms are established.
Anca Benera & Arnold Estefan
27. 6. 2019–2. 8. 2019
The art tandem Anca Benera and Arnold Estefan live and work in Bucharest. Encompassing installation, video and performance, their creative practice explores relations of power within the social, economic and political contexts, through which they unveil society as a matter for constant transformation of conventions and norms.
24. 9. 2019–18. 10. 2019
The art practice of Natalija Vujošević focuses on the transmission of life and reality into spaces of exhibition activities. She aims to do so in a number of different ways, but most often by transposing elements from nature, such as wind, sound or smell, and sometimes also real people and their worlds into gallery space to speak to our senses.
Yane Calovski & Hristina Ivanoska
24. 10. 2019–22. 11. 2019
The current project presents the Macedonian tandem composed of Hristina Ivanoska and Yane Calovski. The artists express themselves through performance as well as conceptual and participatory art with a view to preserving and recreating history. Energetic and dynamic, their works open opportunities for new ideas and further interactions.
5. 12. 2019–15. 1. 2020
In her works, Robertina Šebjanič deals with establishing relations between art and science, as well as technology. She is interested in man’s attitude towards nature, cohabitation, interspecies communication and interaction. In doing so, she is guided by the desire to distance herself from anthropocentric thinking.
19. 12. 2018–18. 1. 2019
In his artistic practice, Dante Buu (Rožaje, Montenegro) combines photography, text, video, embroidery and performance. His works are underscored by an incessant inquiry into the increasingly blurred boundaries between the private and the public as well as between the voyeuristic and the participatory. In addition, they scrutinise traditional gender roles and associated stereotypes as well as ever more fluid identities in the digital era.
Solo exhibitionFokus Grupa
7. 11. 2018–7. 12. 2018
The Rijeka-based art collective Focus Grupa is presenting itself to Ljubljana’s audience with an exhibition that wraps up its two-month residency at the Cultural Centre Tobacco 001. In the recent years, Iva Kovač and Elvis Krstulović, the two members of the collective founded in 2012, have been looking into power relations within the contemporary art field, which is firmly embedded in economic, social and, not least, political reality.
Dušica Dražić & Wim Janssen
5. 9. 2018–20. 9. 2018
Dušica Dražić’s art practice primarily encompasses installations combining objects and video. Her works thematise spatial irregularities that offer possibilities for transformation. Wim Janssen works with a cross section of technologies and investigates the functions of audiovisual media. He usually presents the results of his investigations in the form of installations, video, or film.
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.
5. 6. 2018–13. 7. 2018
A representative of the young generation of Ukrainian artists, Nikita Kadan is the recipient of the main PinchukArtCentre Prize in 2011 and the Future Generation Prize in 2014, a member of the art group R.E.P. (Revolutionary Experimental Space) since 2004, a founding member of the curatorial and activist union Hudrada since 2009, and a co-editor of the Kiev-based online cultural magazine Prostory. Completing his two-month residency in Ljubljana, he is presenting himself with a solo show at the Cultural Centre Tobačna 001.
5. 6. 2018–13. 7. 2018
A representative of the young generation of Ukrainian artists, Anna Zvyagintseva is this year’s recipient of the main PinchukArtCentre Prize, a member of the curatorial and activist union Hudrada since 2010, a co-founder of ISTM (Art Workers' Self-Defence Initiative), and a co-editor of the Kiev-based online cultural magazine Prostory. Completing her two-month residency in Ljubljana, she is presenting herself with a solo show at the Cultural Centre Tobačna 001.