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.
On display are prints that were created as independent works of art in the following techniques: linocut, offset and screen printing.They blend visual and concrete poetry with fine art.
Artists: Getulio Alviani, Luciano Caruso, Ryosuke Cohen, Continuum 4: Luciano Caruso, Laura Marcheschi, Steliomaria Martini, Felice Piemontese, Giovanni Polera, Patrizia Vicinelli, Emilio Villa, Franco Visco, Eugenio Miccini, Hugo Mund jun., Jack Keguenne, Balint Szombathy, Robert Rehfeldt, Ruth Wolf Rehfeldt, Romolina Trentini, Tipolito Maghina, Guy Schraenen and anonymous.
As a tribute to Ljubljana at the Match Gallery we host a retrospective exhibition of the Italian artist and performer Giovanni Morbin named Hybridizactions, from 1995 to the present. Since the beggining Morbin's artistic research has been linked to behaviour, and for him performance is the ideal tool to express ideas. In the 1990s, Morbin was a regular guest on the Ljubljana art scene and conceived and performed four Hybridizactions in the city, which later had a significant impact on his international artistic career. Morbin also prepared a new Hybridizaction 16, Evergreen for the exhibition in Ljubljana.
The exhibition showcases a new way of creating innovative paper art that offers a myriad of options to be explored in the future.
The purpose is to put on display some three-dimensional artworks by Suzana Brborović, Lara Jeranko Marconi, Janja Kosi, Blažka Križan, Maja Pučl and Tone Žnidaršič. The space hosts large-scale paintings and floating objects of various sizes. The pieces were made by cutting and carving paper and gluing them into a single object.
In cooperation with the City Museum of Ljubljana, we produced an exhibition on Slovenian women artists in the period 1850-1950. The aim of the two-part exhibition is to highlight female artists who presented themselves to the public during the selected period and who, despite the social conventions of the time, established themselves in the public space. The museum focus on women painters and sculptors, while the gallery focus on women architects and photographers.
Visitors looking at the objects on display and delving into their stories rarely think about how much effort and knowledge has gone into preserving them. How and who preserved these items which, due to age and other circumstances, should have perished long ago?
The exhibition, created in collaboration with the ZRC SAZU France Stele Institute of Art History, presents the close relationship between Dr. France Stelè and Jože Plečnik. From the extensive correspondence that Stelè preserved is clear that their relationship was both professional and a true friendship. During the construction of Plečnik’s projects in Ljubljana, Stele was the head conservator and the head of the Monument Office.
The exhibition focuses on women painters and sculptors who presented themselves to the public during the selected period and who, despite the social conventions of the time, established themselves in the public space.
In July and August 2022, during renovation of the hot water supply system in Argentina Park, archaeological research was carried out in the area between Štefanova ulica and Puharjeva ulica. The excavations uncovered part of Roman Emona’s northern cemetery. At one time, this would have extended along the road leading to Celeia (today’s Celje).
How well do you know the rich history of Slovenian capital? Pile-dwellers, Emona, Middle and New Ages, the 20th and 21st centuries… what is the history of Ljubljana? Get to know Ljubljana's past - see the chronological presentation of Ljubljana’s millennia of heritage with precious authentic artefacts, like the world's oldest wooden wheel with an axle!
“A tower, a mule, me and the garden” – that is how Jože Plečnik imagined his life when he didn’t know yet that after Vienna and Prague his native Ljubljana would be his lifetime’s environment for his creative work.
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