SCHEDULE OF EVENTS | September 2017
01 September 2017 — 30 September 2017

Schedule of Events


Tuesday, 12 September 2017, 6 p.m., Museum of Modern Art, MG+

The School and the Museum as aDispositif of Education
Panel discussions

Speakers: Eva D. BahovecJasna JakšićAsja MandićDarko Štrajn, Adela Železnik

One of the important contributions of civil society in the 1980s was a critique of the school reforms in the early 1980s, as instigated by certain members of the New Left, the poststructuralist movement, and the Lacanian circle. They posed a still today relevant question: what is the difference between “learning” and “education”?


Wednesday, 13 September 2017, Museum of Modern Art, MG+

Palimpsest '89
The last embroidery workshop for women of migrant background

During the Heritage '89 exhibition, meetings between Slovene embroiderers and women asylum seekers from Syria, Iran, and Afghanistan and Ljubljana-based Bosnian refugees from the 1990s were organized in relation to Azra Akšamija’s work.


Wednesday, 13 September 2017, at 7 p.m. &  Thursday, 14 September 2017, at 11 a.m., Museum of Modern Art, MG+

Šum: Discussions on Organization of Art and Work in Our Culture: Past and Present

Participants: Ljubljanski kolektiv Šum (Kaja Kraner, Izidor Barši); BLOK - Lokalna baza za osvježavanje kulture, Zagreb, Croatia (Ana Kutleša, Vesna Vuković, Ivana Hanaček); Kontekst, Belgrade, Serbia (Vida Knežević, Marko Miletić)

Discussions between representatives of various collectives will include presentations of their activities and their collective work and historical cases of art collectives in the territory of the southeastern Balkan region – the findings about the groups Zemlja and Život.


Friday, 15 Septemebr 2017, at 5 p.m., Museum of Modern Art, MG+

Last guided tour of the exhibition The Heritage of 1989. Case Study: The Second Yugoslav Documents Exhibition


Friday, 15 September 2017, at 6 p.m., Museum of Modern Art, MG+

Gal Kirn: The contradictions and transition of (post)socialist civil society between 1972 and 1989
The final talk delivered as part of the Heritage of ‘89 exhibition by a younger generation political philosopher Gal Kirn, PhD, who currently lives in Berlin.


Tuesday, 19 September 2017, at 6 p.m., Museum of Contemporary Art Metelkova, +MSUM

Draught -  Peter Rauch,  Pavillon
Curator: Ana Mizerit

In Pavilion, Peter Rauch continues to follow the method developed in his series Objects and Community, basing his approach on his understanding of the correlation between an object and its function, or the meaning of an object and the situations and contents produced by or related to it.
The exhibition is part of the Draught series, conceived to present young artists and fresh new ideas.


Tuesday, 19 September 2017, at 8 p.m., Museum of Modern Art, MG+

Zapeljevanje pogleda / Seducting the Gaze

Presentation of the 6th season of a documentary series 

The documentary series on Slovenian contemporary art Seducting the Gaze is a part of Slovenia National Television Station Educational Programme. Each documentary film (duration 25 to 30 minutes) presents two artists. Such pairs are sometimes joined by common poetics, visual technics or ways of thinking. Screenwriter, director and editor: Amir Muratović.


Wednesday, 27 September 2017, at 6 p.m., Museum of Contemporary Art Metelkova, +MSUM

Darja Zaviršek, “Women in Black”: What feminist antimilitarism communicates today

October of 2017 will see the 26th anniversary of the politically relevant feminist and antimilitarist rally of women who began to fight against the rapid militarization and nationalist warmongering in the region. Žene u crnom (Women in Black) became an organization and a movement in this part of the world, starting in Belgrade as a supranational, international women’s movement.

Darja Zaviršek, PhD, a sociologist, is a full professor at the University of Ljubljana, working in the field of the handicap, ethnicity, and gender studies.

The talk is part of the exhibition program of Disobedient (Eulàlia Grau, Katalin Ladik and Women in Black)


Friday, 29 September 2017, at 8 p.m.Museum of Modern Art, MG+


Dušan Tršar: A Retrospective
Curators: Goran Milovanović, Kristina Tina Simončič

Organization, coordination of transfer and selection of works: Marko Jenko

In cooperation with the Božidar Jakac Art Museum in Kostanjevica na Krki, Moderna galerija will exhibit a part of the retrospective of Dušan Tršar, who celebrates his eightieth birthday this year. Dušan Tršar is among the most prominent representatives of modernist sculpture in Slovenia and also former Yugoslavia, having expanded the space of sculpture, together with the Neo-constructivists group, both conceptually in the sense of abandoning the specificity of the medium and physically, by choosing new materials and approaches.

The exhibition runs until 5 November 2017.

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