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EXHIBITION | Zoran Mušič: Condemned to Hope – Drawings from Dachau

27 February 2020 — 03 May 2020
Twenty-four of Mušič’s Dachau drawings recently discovered in Italy are to be presented at an exhibition included in the Moderna galerija permanent exhibition of 20th century art.
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EXHIBITION | An Introspective: V.S.S.D. (Painter Do You Know Your Duty, 1985–1995) +– Alen Ožbolt (works 1995–2018)

06 February 2020 — 03 May 2020
Retrospective exhibition of the Painter Do You Know Your Duty (V.S.S.D.) duo, active between 1985 and 1995, and Alen Ožbolt, who after the discontinuation of V.S.S.D. continued his own artistic journey. The exhibition offers a comprehensive insight into the production of this particular phenomenon of art in the late 1980s and early 1990s in our country.
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EXHIBITION FROM THE COLLECTIONS | Points in time 1889–1991

Addition to the permanent exhibition
In the Museum of Modern Art (MG+), a new exhibition is now on view: a circular timeline with a selection of works that are an addition to and continuation of the permanent exhibition 20th Century. Continuities and Ruptures and a guide to same.
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EXHIBITION | 20th Century. Continuities and Ruptures

A selection of works from the national collection of Moderna galerija.
The 20th Century. Continuities and Ruptures exhibition breaks with traditional linearity by introducing the topics of the 20th century avant-gardes and of the art of the Partisan resistance, bringing them into the national history of art on an equal footing with more familiar trends and, as a consequence, casting new light on the latter.
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EXHIBITIONS 2020

01 January 2020 — 31 December 2020
Exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art and Museum of Contemporary Art Metelkova in 2020.

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EXHIBITIONS | Karol Radziszewski: QAI/CEE

12 March 2020 — 31 May 2020
Karol Radziszewski presents a rich selection of Central and Eastern European queer archival materials from the collection of the Queer Archives Institute (QAI). The QAI, established by Radziszewski in November 2015, is a non-profit artist-run organization dedicated to research, collection, digitalization, presentation, exhibition, analysis and artistic interpretation of queer archives, with special focus on the countries of the former Eastern Bloc.
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EXHIBITION | Rojava Film Commune: Forms of Freedom

05 March 2020 — 31 May 2020
An exhibition by the Rojava Film Commune, a collective of filmmakers founded in 2015 and based in the autonomous region of Rojava (which means “West” and refers to the western part of Kurdistan in contemporary northern Syria). Opening and guided tour by the exhibition curator iLiana Fokianaki, at 8 p.m.
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EXHIBITIONS | The Portrait of Yugoslavia in the Style of Art & Language

From 28 August 2019
By using existing archive material and documents the aim of the exhibition is to actualise the work of the Art & Language group and to point at the rich outcome of these strong positions in conceptual art.
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SELECTION FROM THE COLLECTIONS of Moderna galerija | Arteast 2000+ and National Collections

19 August 2019 — 30 August 2020
Arteast 2000+ is the first museum collection conceived with a focus on Eastern European postwar avant-garde art in a broader international context. Since its inception in 2000, the collection has been offering a comprehensive overview of art in the region. It is recognized for the insight it provides into certain shared sociopolitical issues that are or were of central concern for the artists in the formerly socialist countries.
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COMMENTARY #11 | Izar Lunaček: Rent-a-Sin, or, You Can Take Everything Back

From Wednesday, 20 March 2019
Izar’s line drawing of the first two people facing the classic dilemma will adorn the MSUM vestibule for a while in an attempt to rock the boat a bit in this awesome time we’re living in, when everything is both unspeakably fateful, part of one’s browsing history and stored online for all eternity, and, on the other hand, ephemeral, transient, exchangeable after a month if one grows tired of it or realizes the style doesn’t suit.