Mitja Ficko & Marko Jakše
overview exhibition
Mitja Ficko & Marko Jakše From Sky to Sky
30. 11. 2022–12. 2. 2023

What and whom is it that the creative energy is connected with, why and how does it arise? The ones who create do not even concern themselves with it, great volumes indeed have already been written about it and about the art springing from it, volumes were written about artists who carry it within and turn it without.

Jasna Hribernik
Delo v nadaljevanju
Jasna Hribernik L'AVENIR
2. 3. 2023–2. 5. 2023

Jasna Hribernik is a film director and one of the more important Slovenian intermedia creators, who, besides creating art videos, also works in the field of documentary film, video and light installations and objects, and spatial interventions. For several decades now, she has been successfully operating in Slovenian and international venues but had no recent comprehensive presentations.

Meta Krese
Overview exhibition
Meta Krese
18. 5. 2023–20. 8. 2023

The exhibition of photographer Meta Krese will be hitherto the most comprehensive presentation of her photographic series and cycles. The photographer is among the most prominent Slovenian photojournalists. In fact, she is the first woman photojournalist to establish herself in this predominantly male profession.

Jurij Kalan
Overview exhibition
Jurij Kalan
7. 9. 2023–12. 11. 2023

While this will be the first presentation of the works by the academy-trained painter Jurij Kalan at the City Art Gallery Ljubljana, it will also be his most comprehensive presentation to date. The artist represents a very high artistic level in contemporary fine art, with a very extensive oeuvre that mainly focuses on figurative art.

group exhibition
Co-EXISTENCE Boris Beja, Maja Smrekar, Urša Vidic, Miha Godec
1. 12. 2023–12. 2. 2024

The exhibition’s title relates to the thought of the philosopher Timothy Morton, who, in his book Dark Ecology: For a Logic of Future Coexistence, defined the ecosystem as interconnectedness and ecological thought as thinking about interconnectedness, as well as what should philosophy of ecology be in this Anthropocene era.

Past exhibitions

Ranko Novak
survey exhibition
Ranko NovakThe Form of the Content. Graphic Design 1974–2022
15. 9. 2022–13. 11. 2022
This exhibition of selected design works by Ranko Novak, who originally trained as an architect, has been timed to coincide with the 150th anniversary of the birth of the architect Jože Plečnik and provides an insight into the work of one of the City Art Gallery’s key external collaborators. Novak has worked with the gallery both on an occasional basis and, from 1989 to 2002, as an associate, during which time he designed nearly all its visual materials and exhibition layouts.
Metod Frlic
Survey Exhibition
Metod FrlicPillow, low, low, low, mud
14. 6. 2022–28. 8. 2022
This exhibition will be the most extensive presentation to date of works by the academically trained sculptor, Metod Frlic. Frlic is one of Slovenia’s foremost sculptors, seeing sculpture as an open form and using a variety of materials and sculptural techniques. Many of his works expand into the surrounding space, allowing the viewer to move physically through a world of contemporary sculpture of Frlic’s own creation.
Artist - Collector - Public
International group exhibition
Artist - Collector - PublicThe Hilger Collection
1. 3. 2022–29. 5. 2022
Artists presented at the exhibition: Ian Burns, Piero Pizzi Canella, Tony Cragg, Gunter Damisch, Jim Dine, Oliver Dorfer, Erró, Shepard Fairey, Flavio Favelli, Lucio Fontana, Ivana Franke, Vasilena Gankovska, IRWIN, Ilya & Emilia Kabakov, Šejla Kamerić, Peterson Kamwathi, William Kentridge, Anastasia Khoroshilova, Jiří Kolář, Joseph Kosuth, Ángel Marcos, Jacques Monory, Ivan Moudov, Hermann Nitsch, Oswald Oberhuber, Cameron Platter, Patricia Piccinini, Sara Rahbar, Arnulf Rainer, Mel Ramos, Hans Staudacher, Mladen Stilinović, Miha Štrukelj, Stinkfish, Marko Tadić, Marco Tirelli, Simón Vega, Erwin Wurm.
Žarko Vrezec
overview exhibition
Žarko VrezecDocuments 1990–2020
9. 12. 2021–23. 1. 2022
The exhibition gives us an insight into the work produced over the past thirty years by Žarko Vrezec, a disciplined explorer of a purified artistic language within the boundaries of ideologically neutral modernist practices, and one of the most actively and explicitly abstract painters on the Slovenian art scene since the late 1970s.
Let It Be Queer!
group exhibition
Let It Be Queer!LGBTIQ+ exhibition
16. 9. 2021–21. 11. 2021
Artists presented at the exhibition: Andrej Brumen Čop, Andreja Gomišček, Jasna Klančišar, Neža Knez, Andrea Knezović, Gašper Kunšič Aprilija Lužar, Miha Satler, strtgm, Filip Vurnik.
Solo – group exhibition
SamoU la la !
1. 7. 2021–28. 8. 2021
The basic tendency to create works of art is always individualistic. It is born out of a personal reaction, escalated into artistic action, from a subjective point of view. This subjective level encapsulates all emotions, ideas, rationality, goals and values. Such art, unencumbered from all modern trends, is created by the self-made artist Samo.

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