Klavdij Sluban
Klavdij Sluban Elsewhere Here
19. 3. 2024–25. 8. 2024

The Jakopič Gallery presents the largest ever mid-career retrospective exhibition of Klavdij Sluban, one of the world's most renowned photographers of Slovenian origin. For the exhibition Elsewhere Here the artist and the curator Dr Marija Skočir, have conceived a completely new selection of cycles that present the highlights of more than three decades of Sluban's work in more than 150 photographs. The exhibition is accompanied by an extensive photomontograph, which is also available as a special edition.

Our Claim
Our Claim Slovenian Protest Photography 2020-2022
24. 9. 2024–26. 1. 2025

From the end of September, we are putting on display a group photography exhibition Our Claim: Slovenian Protest Photography 2020-2022, which aims to compile and present a photographic record of the period from March 2020 to April 2022, marked by the covid-19 pandemic and the protests and demonstrations in Ljubljana and other places around Slovenia.

Past exhibitions

Slovenian women artists 1850-1950
Slovenian women artists 1850-1950Architects and photographers
15. 11. 2023–25. 2. 2024
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.
20. 6. 2023–22. 10. 2023
Susan Meiselas is a documentary photographer based in New York and a member of Magnum Photos since 1976. She creates works that raises provocative questions about documentary practice and the relationship between the photographer and the subject. The exhibition Mediations highlights her unique working method, which combines photography, video, sound and installation to explore different time scales and conflicts, from the personal to the geopolitical.
RipplesA Visual Diary of Water
14. 2. 2023–4. 6. 2023
The core visual story of the exhibition project Ripples: A Visual Diary of Water is narrated by cutting-edge water-themed photographs from the archives of the Dutch photography agency NOOR Images. The project is based on a re-questioning of gallery settings practice whether expensive frames, large formats and high-end display equipment really make the photographs and the exhibition more meaningful. Over 15 years of activity in Jakopič Gallery we have accumulated a lot of materials, which were up-cycled through the co-creative process. The concept and the experience of the exhibition it is also supported with soundscapes.
25. 10. 2022–22. 1. 2023
The retrospective exhibition of Bojan Radovič Replica in the Jakopič Gallery emphasize the creative dimensions that most significantly characterize Radovič’s artistic path and which continue to advance new interrogations of the material, technological, formal, and theoretical postulates of the photographic medium. The exhibition is accompanied by a comprehensive monograph and the observation game Marumage.
LETIZIA BATTAGLIAPhotography as a Life Choice
24. 5. 2022–2. 10. 2022
Letizia Battaglia was a nonconformist intellectual and photoreporter but also a poetic and political photographer, a woman who was interested in people, art, literature, poetry, life and death. The exhibition Photography as a Life Choice presents 300 photographs, many of which have never been exhibited before, and which reveal the social and political context in which they were shot.
MeltdownVisualizing Climate Change
18. 1. 2022–1. 5. 2022
The exhibition is a narrative of the importance of glaciers told in a scientific, illustrative and poetic way and each artist has a unique take on the subject. It shows scale from the planetary level to microscopic biological impact, and considers humanitarian suffering and more. Together, the artistic interpretations in MELTDOWN give visitors unique insights into the world’s cryosphere, its fragile ecosystem and our changing global climate.

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