NIKA AUTOR | Slovenian Pavilion | 57th Venice Biennale

13 May 2017 — 26 November 2017
We are pleased to announce that Nika Autor will represent Slovenia at the 57th Venice Biennale, the international art exhibition staged between May 13 and November 26, 2017. The Pavilion of the Republic of Slovenia continues to be located in the Arsenale, the central exhibition space of the Biennial.

NIKA AUTOR | The News Belongs to Us! | Newsreel 63 – The Train of Shadows

13 May 2017 — 26 November 2017
At the 57th International Art Exhibition - La Biennale di Venezia, Slovenia will be represented by the artist Nika Autor and the curator Andreja Hribernik.

THE EIGHTIES | The Heritage of 1989. Case Study: The Second Yugoslav Documents Exhibition

26 April 2017 — 17 September 2017 | Opening: 26 April 2017 at 8 p.m.
The 1980s through the Prism of Events, Exhibitions, and Discourses – Part 3


26 April 2017 — 17 September 2017
On the basis of this photograph, Hadžifejzović later developed a series of performances with the same title Fear of Drinking Water that dealt with the collective trauma of separation and loss and were staged in museums and galleries in Rome, Belgrade, Sarajevo, Pula, Podgorica, Seul, Antwerpen, Dubrovnik, Split, Prijepolje, Zagreb, Maribor and now Ljubljana.

EXHIBITION | Mladina 1980s

26 April 2017 — 17 September 2017
The display presents a selection of front covers of the controversial Slovene weekly Mladina, designed by design collectives and individual designers, and a number of key articles that well represent the politically, socially, and culturally turbulent period of the second half of the 1980s, especially between 1987 and 1989. That was also the time when Mladina became known as a periodical of radical and creative form and content, with its liberal openness and critical approach.


25 April 2017 — Autumn 2018 | Opening: 25 April 2017 at 7 p.m., Kranj
Unquestionably one of the main and most prolific representatives of modernism in Slovenia, Drago Tršar is celebrating his 90th birthday on 27 April this year. In collaboration with six other public institutions, Moderna galerija has conceived a project in the form of a series of retrospective and themed survey exhibitions across Slovenia, between April 2017 and mid-2018.

THE EIGHTIES | Multimedia Practices and Venues of Production

05 April 2017 — 11 June 2017
The Eighties through the Prism of Events, Exhibitions, and Discourses – Part 2, curators: Barbara Borčić, Igor Španjol

THE EIGHTIES through the Prism of Events, Exhibitions, and Discourses

14 October 2016 — 17 September 2017
Moderna galerija in Ljubljana is launching a trilogy of exhibitions focusing on the 1980s and their legacy.

EXHIBITION FROM THE COLLECTIONS | Low Budget Utopias – Second Recycling

08 February 2017 — 04 June 2017
The exhibition Low-Budget Utopias presents works that come largely from the Moderna galerija’s Arteast 2000+ Collection. This is the eighth installation of the collection in which we develop the notion of the collection as a tool. In the present exhibition we explain the collection and the museum as tools that help to sustain a utopian consciousness.

EXHIBITION | From The Studio of ... ALEN OŽBOLT: Entartete Kunst

08 February 2017 — 09 April 2017
In 2017, the exhibition series From the Studio of… continues with a presentation of the current production of Alen Ožbolt, an artist who first made his mark in Slovenia in the 1980s as part of the art tandem V.S.S.D. (Veš slikar svoj dolg / Painter, Do You Know Your Duty?).

COMMENTARY #6 | Vesna Bukovec | Safety for Whom?

08 February 2017 — 13 May 2017
Overall, security is becoming the universal excuse given by the authorities for consolidating their power and increasing their repression, while human lives and destinies are once again being divided into more and less valuable ones.

Chto Delat? | The Excluded. In a Moment of Danger

Wednesday, 8 February 2017 - 12 March 2017
NEW AQUISITION FOR THE COLLECTION | The film The Excluded. In a Moment of Danger is based on a theater performance by members of the School of Engaged Art. Thematically the work is connected with the recent social situation in Russia—the failure of citizen-led initiatives, government repression, and the overall sense of depression that has overcome people.


20 January 2017 — 09 April 2017
Andraž Šalamun’s retrospective exhibition presents the artist’s oeuvre spanning five decades of uninterrupted work.
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