VPISUJEMO V IZOBRAŽEVANJE OD BLIZU 2024
Znani so datumi in teme srečevanj skupine Od blizu: Fotografija kot način videnja sveta v 2024.
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As part of the programme of Slovenia as the guest of honour at the Frankfurt International Book Fair, the exhibition PARADISE, PERFORMANCE, REPLICA. SLOVENIAN PHOTOGRAPHIC ART will open at the Fotografie Forum Frankfurt on Friday, 6 October 2023, at 7 p.m., featuring the work of Slovenian photographers Vanja Bućan, Jošto Dolinšek and Bojan Radovič.
At Jakopič Gallery, our commitment to enhancing accessibility and welcoming diverse audiences is unwavering, as we strive to offer the broadest possible spectrum of art experiences, expanding our perception of the world. That's why we are excited to embrace the opportunity to participate in a campaign dedicated to raising awareness about color blindness, which kicked off at the beginning of the month, in connection with the 6 September - the anniversary of the birth of John Dalton, the pioneer of daltonism. We aim to provide individuals with color vision deficiencies a full and immersive exhibition experience, making us the first gallery in Slovenia to do so. At the same time, we invite the general public to visit our gallery and experience a different way of perceiving artworks through practical examples.
Invited by the Croatian Association of Visual Artists (HULU) and in cooperation with the Jakopič Gallery (Ljubljana), the Slovenian photographer DK will present his photographic opus Scotoma for the third time in its entirety in Split's Salon Galić gallery from 8 September 2023. Scotoma comprises 6 series and is, in the words of the author, “a visualized journey that navigates between our personal enigma and the universal predicament that we face“. The exhibition was first shown at Jakopič Gallery in 2019 and has since toured successfully at home and abroad.
Being one of the central MGML galleries, the Jakopič Gallery is part of the vital developments in the field of contemporary art practices in the Slovenian capital and elsewhere. Its projects cover manifold fields within the visual as well as performance and multimedia art spectre. In the past decade, the gallery has been focusing on presenting globally acclaimed photographers (Roger Ballen, Lee Miller, Josef Koudelka and other Magnum photographers, Sebastião Salgado). Additional emphasis has been on thorough and retrospective exhibitions by renowned Slovenian photographers (Marko Modic, Damjan Gale, Tihomir Pinter, et al.), featuring their extensive, often lifelong oeuvres that had previously not been treated expertly as a whole.
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Tuesday–Sunday: 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
1 January, 1 November, 25 December: Closed
24 and 31 December: 10. a.m.-2 p.m.
Adults: 5 €
Students, people over the age of 60, unemployed, people with disabilities: 3 €
Family ticket: 9 €
ICOM, PRESS, SMD, students of the Academy of Fine Arts and Design, VIST – Higher School of Applied Sciences, Faculty of Natural Sciences and Engineering – OTGO, Faculty of Design: Admission free
We recommend buying a combined ticket for the Jakopič Gallery and the Ljubljana City Museum: €10 / €7
Combined family ticket: 18 €
The price of the combined ticket also includes public guided tours, which include visits to both sites.
Guided tours of the exhibition: every Saturday at 4.30 p.m., start at Jakopič Gallery
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(*from 1. January 2024 on the membership will cost 12 €)