Replica presents seven photographic series of Bojan Radovič, which, by merging into a kind of "mid-career" retrospective, undergo new interventions in order to extend the medium of photography to the object. The exhibition will also include new works (2021-2022), based on the theme of Replica, that will relate to the exploration and interrogation of the medium of photography.
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At the Jakopič Gallery we are organizing a photography workshop with the well-known British landscape photographer Simon Norfolk. The workshop Taking a step up: Adding layers to your project, that will take place from 7 to 10 April 2022, is aimed at a group of 12 photographers with some experience, that are ready to shift up to a higher level. It will be a mixture of classroom, conversations and shooting.
As the issue of glacier retreat is also relevant in Slovenia (Triglav Glacier and the Skuta Glacier), we have organised a series of lectures accompanying the exhibition Meltdown in cooperation with the Anton Melik Geographical Institute ZRC SAZU and a lecture about predicting sea flooding in the [M_oder] programme.
We invite you to take a look at the TAM-TAM billboards along Slovenska cesta near Šestica to see the poster campaign we have prepared in collaboration with Project Pressure for the exhibition "Meltdown. Visualizing Climate Change".
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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1 January, 1 November, 25 December: Closed
24 and 31 December: 10:00–14:00
Adults: 3 €
Students, people over the age of 60, unemployed, people with disabilities: 2 €
Family ticket: 7 €
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
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