Ljubljana
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Exhibitions

Saeborg
12. 11. 2019–5. 1. 2020
Japanese artist Saeborg  (half-human, half-cyborg) creates inflatable latex rubber suits for imagined characters and sets them in dreamlike rubber lands. 
Sinta Werner
11. 9. 2019–27. 10. 2019
Berlin-based artist Sinta Werner in her artistic practice uses the architectural elements present in the space.
Brad Downey: This Echo
4. 7. 2019–25. 8. 2019
With a four-fold disposition, the exhibition poses questions on media sensationalism, power of politics spread through the media and direct media censorship.
Lighting Guerrilla: Borders
16. 5. 2019–15. 6. 2019
Public and gallery spaces in the city centre will be taken over by the Ljubljana festival of light once again: a group exhibition at the Match Gallery and a series of light installations in its vicinity will be on display during the festival opening, and in the second half-time the festival programme will expand to Alkatraz Gallery, to Fužine, to Lighting park…
Boštjan Čadež - Fšk: Line Rider
12. 3. 2019–5. 5. 2019
The exhibition presents the story of the Line Rider web game (simulating a sledger going down the slopes), with which Boštjan Čadež - Fšk created a global phenomenon.
TAKLE MAMO … / SO IT HAS COME TO THIS… #7
Dorotea Škrabo: Which Came First?TAM-TAM’s Street Gallery
5. 2. 2019–25. 2. 2019
At the last, seventh exhibition of the "Takle mamo … / So it has come to this…" cycle Dorotea Škrabo is presenting the "Which Came First?" triptych. The artist is interested in the phenomenon of the image in the internet era, exploring the relations between new media, popular culture and art especially as it relates to the limits of social networks.
Ljubljana Bows to Slovenia III
Kočevje
15. 1. 2019–3. 3. 2019
The exhibition features a group of artists whose life or work has been tied to Kočevje: Tina Đenadić, Mina Fina, Nataša Gašparac, Marko Glavač, Dora Gorše, Aleš Gregorič, Pavel Gregorič, Tomaž Gregorič, Sašo Koprivec, Polonca Lovšin, Lela B. Njatin, Vito Oražem, Urška Pečnik, Kočevje Musicians' Association.
TAKLE MAMO … / SO IT HAS COME TO THIS… #6
Manuel Fabris: LeapsTAM-TAM’s Street Gallery
8. 1. 2019–4. 2. 2019
At the sixth exhibition of the "Takle mamo … / So it has come to this…" cycle Manuel Fabris is presenting the "Fabris" triptych. His artistic practice is marked by the desire to unify the seemingly opposite approaches to visual art: the digital approach perceived by the artist as cold and exact and the manual approach as the one that is spontaneous and direct. 
TAKLE MAMO … / SO IT HAS COME TO THIS… #5
Luka Lavrenci: I’ll Do the Push-ups, I’ll Wear the MakeupTAM-TAM’s Street Gallery
11. 12. 2018–7. 1. 2019
At the fifth exhibition of the "Takle mamo … / So it has come to this…" cycle Luka Lavrenci, a graphic designer and illustrator is presenting the "I’ll Do the Push-ups, I’ll Wear the Makeup" triptych.
Saša Spačal: Earthlink
6. 11. 2018–6. 1. 2019
The exhibition by Saša Saša Spačal, an artist working at the intersection of intermedia art, exploration of living systems and audio frequencies, links Earth to the post-human present, that includes both a seed of the future as well as a shadow of the past.
TAKLE MAMO … / SO IT HAS COME TO THIS… #4
Teja Miholič: Accidental Internet ArtefactsTAM-TAM’s Street Gallery
6. 11. 2018–10. 12. 2018
At the fourth exhibition of the "Takle mamo … / So it has come to this…" cycle Teja Miholič is presenting the "Accidental Internet Artefacts" triptych.
Takle mamo … / So it has come to this… #3
Dorijan Šiško: WELLNESSTAM-TAM’s Street Gallery
9. 10. 2018–5. 11. 2018
The series So it has come to this… resumes by questioning the attitude of our society towards the virtual world in all its breadth. This shows to be quite an ambivalent attitude – even in the post-virtual future as imagined by Dorijan Šiško.
Seeing Eye Awareness
5. 9. 2018–21. 10. 2018
The exhibition "Seeing Eye Awareness" celebrates the artist as cultural clairvoyant, as someone having a third eye opened unto the secrets of society, as someone we invite to reveal mystical truths.
Takle mamo … / So it has come to this… #2
L: Hex to ward off reptilian brainwashingTAM-TAM’s Street Gallery
5. 9. 2018–8. 10. 2018
At the first exhibition of the "Takle mamo … / So it has come to this…" cycle Julien Moulin is presenting "Terra Incognita" series of graphic collages.
Takle mamo … / So it has come to this… #1
Julien Moulin: Terra IncognitaTAM-TAM’s Street Gallery
3. 8. 2018–4. 9. 2018
At the first exhibition of the "Takle mamo … / So it has come to this…" cycle Julien Moulin is presenting "Terra Incognita" series of graphic collages. 
DOGAJA SE / IT IS HAPPENING #5
Tinka Leskovšek: HairTAM-TAM’s Street Gallery
3. 7. 2018–2. 8. 2018
At the fifth exhibition of the "Dogaja se / It is Happening" cycle Tinka Leskovšek is presenting the illustration triptych "Hair".
Ali Bramwell: Attachment Drawing: Promise of Work
3. 7. 2018–19. 8. 2018
Ali Bramwell, an academically trained sculptor and performance artist from New Zealand, uses kinetic installations trough physical strains of her body. Her installations often incorporate the possibility of exploitation, impermanence, absurdity and failure.
Dogaja se / It is Happening #4
Hanna Juta Kozar: Synthetic HappinessTAM-TAM’s Street Gallery
12. 6. 2018–2. 7. 2018
At the fourth exhibition of the "Dogaja se / It is Happening" cycle Hanna Juta Kozar is presenting "Synthetic Happiness" photographic series.
Lighting Guerrilla: Colours
11. 5. 2018–16. 6. 2018
In its current edition, the festival of light that celebrates its 12th anniversary, will comprise numerous lighting installations, objects and projections to be presented in the streets and squares of Ljubljana, and in two gallery settings.
Dogaja se / It is Happening #3
Lucija Kržišnik: mesoamericas y yoTAM-TAM’s Street Gallery
8. 5. 2018–11. 6. 2018
At the third exhibition of the "Dogaja se / It is Happening" cycle Lucija Kržišnik is presenting the illustration triptych "mesoamericas y yo".