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50th anniversary of the City Art Gallery Ljubljana
historical survey exhibition
50th anniversary of the City Art Gallery Ljubljana
6. 2. 2013–14. 4. 2013
An Exhibition marks the 50th anniversary of the central Ljubljana art gallery, which has left an indelible mark on the history of Slovenian culture with its distinctive program features and made its place in the wider art world with its ramified, internationally conceived program of exhibitions.
Goran Djordjević: copies 1979–1985
retrospective exhibition
Goran Djordjević: copies 1979–1985Against Art.
13. 12. 2012–27. 1. 2013
The exhibition “Against Art. Goran Djordjević: Copies 1979–1985” is a joint project of Goran Djordjević and the curatorial team that present the works of this body of work through two different exhibition formats: reconstruction and contemporary installation.
Milan Erič
overview exhibition
Milan EričNon Overview Exhibition
11. 10. 2012–3. 12. 2012
Painter Milan Erič’s retrospective exhibition at the City Art Gallery Ljubljana (The Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana) is the most extensive overview of his artistic output to date. It is conceived as a visually dynamic display of a selected series of drawings, paintings, and objects that the artist often combines, intertwines, adds to, takes apart, or jumbles up, depending on the exhibition space and the exhibition composition as a whole.
Beautiful game
group exhibition
Beautiful game
28. 6. 2012–23. 9. 2012
Artists presented at the exhibition: Josef Dabernig, Democracia, Jota Castro, Grupa Zvono, Sebastian Errazuriz, Harun Farocki, Pravdoliub Ivanov, Yuri Leiderman, Ingeborg Lüscher, Anetta Mona Chisa and Lucia Tkacova, Ahmet Ögüt, Anri Sala, Cengiz Tekin, Borut Vogelnik, Sislej Xhafa. On the occasion of the European Football Championship, City Art Gallery Ljubljana is preparing an exhibition on the theme of football and art.
Paths through Sculpture
group exhibition
Paths through Sculpture
5. 4. 2012–17. 6. 2012
Artists presented at the exhibition: Dragica Čadež, Mirsad Begić, Matjaž Počivavšek, Rene Rusjan, Roman Makše, Mirko Bratuša, Metod Frlic, Darko Golija, Damijan Kracina, Boštjan Drinovec, and Marco Juratovec. This exhibition comprises selected works by a number of prominent Slovene sculptors of different generations.
Sandi Červek
solo exhibition
Sandi ČervekPaintings and drawings 1985 - 2011
19. 1. 2012–25. 3. 2012
"Sandi Červek has created abstract paintings using only black since 1989. Since they might seem to be sad and hermetic people do not usually relish such works at first sight, however history, especially of modern art knows quite a few artists who devoted themselves to such technique."
Beyond the Truth
international group exhibition
Beyond the Truth
10. 11. 2011–31. 12. 2011
What is the correlation between the truth, storytelling and the narratives of history? Can the truth take on visual form? Does truth appear in a different form from untruth? Who is telling the truth? And how do we shape fictions to suit our personal truths?
Historical Survey Exhibition
Drawing in Slovene ComicsHistorical survey exhibition
17. 7. 2011–26. 10. 2011
It is generally acknowledged that comics are a product of the 20th century. Their strength lies in the combination of the visual and the verbal, even though the visual tends to predominate and there are comics that contain no text. In Slovenia, the author is extremely visible; comics showcase individual artists and are often a penetrating artistic expression of the times, society, and culture.
Solo overview exhibition
Powered by Ljudmila
19. 5. 2011–26. 6. 2011
The new program guidelines of the City Art Gallery Ljubljana, redefined last year, provide for a number of different headings under which the annual program exhibition projects can be subsumed. An important segment of the gallery program has always been exhibitions focusing on the town of Ljubljana, but now the angle has shifted slightly.
Solo exhibition
Jan FabreThe Borrowed Time
19. 3. 2011–8. 5. 2011
Exhibitions in the City Art Gallery Ljubljana, Tobacco 001 Cultural Centre and Match Gallery are Fabre’s great exhibition comeback. With The Borrowed Time, Umbraculum, The Carnival Of The Dead Street Dogs, and The Catacombs Of The Dead Street Dogs he is represented in retrospective and with recent works.
Compagni di viaggio / Traveling Companions
International group exhibition
Compagni di viaggio / Traveling Companions
20. 1. 2011–6. 3. 2011
This exhibition provides a multilayered view of the artistic production of the featured artists and the role, or perhaps simply a visual reflection, of their friendship with the two key protagonists, Dora Stiefelmeier and Mario Pieroni.
Zmago Lenárdič
Solo exhibition
Zmago LenárdičShuffle
18. 11. 2010–28. 2. 2011
The heterogeneity of Lenárdič’s art – between the media of painting, object, drawing, sound, and video – points to the characteristic mobility and flexibility which direct perception.
International group exhibition
Word for Word, Without Words
15. 9. 2010–30. 10. 2010
The exhibition of selected works by 24 artists and artist groups as well as objects and documents from four Slovenian museums reveal the 38 phrases.
255.804 km2
International group exhibition
255.804 km2
8. 7. 2010–5. 9. 2010
Artists presented at the exhibition: Ervin Babić, Aleksandra Domanović, Dušica Dražić,Neda Firfova, Bekim Gllogu, Ibro Hasanović, Gjorgje Jovanovik,Verica Kovačevska, Arman Kulašić, Mladen Miljanović, Alban Muja, Fatmir Mustafa – Carlo, Andrea Palašti, Vedran Perkov, Renata Poljak, Danilo Prnjat, Irena Sladoje, SofijaSilvia, son:DA, Small but Dangers, Ivana Smiljanić, Mladen Stropnik, Goran Ŝkofić, Marko Tadić, Nikola Uzunovski, Katarina Zdjelar, Lulzim Zeqiri, Velimir Zernovski.
Solo exhibition
Huiqin WangAn Interwoven Path
27. 5. 2010–27. 6. 2010
Exhibition (1998–2010) of Chinese-Slovenian artist presents her best works from numerous series over last 12 years. She lives the Asian-European experience in her own way, as a sensitive creator, that unites ontological experiences in art and culture of the Western and the Eastern traditions.

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