January — December 2018
MG+MSUM PROGRAM for 2017   MG+ Marij Pregelj (1913 – 1967): A Retrospective Curator: Martina Vovk 14 December 2017 — 20 May...

The Temporary Slovenian Dance Archives, Rok Vevar

03 April 2018 — 31 December 2018

EXHIBITION | Waves: 50 years of Milenko Matanovič’s art

OPENING | Thursday, 29 March 2018, at 8 p.m.
From 22 to 29 March 2018, between 4 and 5 p.m., you are also invited to participate in the making of a collective painting entitled The Dragon in the Museum of Contemporary Art Metelkova.

COMMENTARY #8 | Simona Semenič | Note to an Entirety

05 March 2018 — 05 May 2018

DRAUGHT | Robertina Šebjanič: Piscis ludicrous / Transfixed Gaze (Lygophilia)

15 February 2018 — 15 April 2018
In her video essay the artist showcases the non-human subject, the Mexican salamander axolotl as a cultural heritage in the biopolitical (decolonial) conditions, displaying the connection between mythology and the contemporary world. Piscis ludicrous / Transfixed Gaze presents the subject through different narratives: either as a species facing extinction in its natural environment; or as a subject of scientific research.

EXHIBITION | From The Studio of ... DUŠAN KIRBIŠ

8 February 2018 — 8 April 2018 | Opening: 8 February 2018, at 6 p.m.
The series of small-scale exhibitions entitled From the Studio of… presents cross-section views of recent production by artists whose works are included in the Moderna galerija’s permanent exhibition 20th Century. Continuities and Ruptures. This year the series continues with a presentation of Dušan Kirbiš, who is featured in the permanent display in the section dedicated to the art of the 1980s with Truth Beyond the Visible (1988, acrylic on canvas).

SELECTION FROM THE COLLECTIONS | Arteast 2000+ and National Collections

On view from 5 February 2018
The current exhibition gives prominence to works showing how artists drew attention to their repressive environments by torturing or disciplining their bodies, particularly in the 1960s and 1970s. The other section explores the topic of living conditions, more specifically, dwellings. A part of the exhibition is also the special project The Lives of Monuments.

HEGEL’S BEGRIFF | Bara Kolenc, Mirt Komel, Atej Tutta

11 January 2018 — 28 January 2018
Hegel’s Begriff is an installation that questions the possibility of a multisensory (visible-tactile-aural) and at the same time intellectual experience of Hegel’s concept of Begriff. Hegel’s Begriff refers both to an abstract concept and a quite concrete grip; the meaning of Begriff includes a duality that traverses conceptuality as such: on the one hand, there is the tendency towards mental abstraction and, on the other, the tendency towards sensuous concretisation.
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