Thursday, 22 November 2018, at 17:00. Guided by dr. Marjeta Ciglenečki of the Stojan Kerbler: A Retrospective exhibition.
Guided tours of permanent exhibitions every first Sunday of a month. Free of charge.

DOCUMENTARY FILM | The Curator’s Room — Igor Zabel: How to Make Art Visible?

Thursday, 22 November 2018 | 9.p.m. | Kinodvor
The film portrays not only a man who, despite the internal contradictions of the art world, persistently believed in the power of art, but also the time and space in which Igor Zabel worked and which he co-shaped.

LECTURES | On Lucinda Childs and minimalism on CoFestival

Saturday, 24 November 2018 | 17.00—19.00 | Ljubljana Puppet Theatre
LECTURE | Rok Vevar: The Works of Lucinda Childs and Their Artistic Context LECTURE | dr. Marko Jenko: Minimalism and Neo-constructivism in Modern Slovene Sculpture | SCREENING | A selection of choreographies by Lucinda Childs.


27 November 2018 — 09 December 2018
With this exhibition, we are bringing together a collection of the best new VR and 360° experiences in author animated film: some of these international works are waiting to be explored, while others encourage guests to actively participate in the virtual world. On top of that, we will present also some groundbraking computer generated interactive games.

PRESENTATION | Šum #10 journal

Wednesday, 28 November 2018 | 18:00
A presentation of the thematic section of Šum #10 on defining contemporary art at the turn of the 1990s with lectures by Kaja Kraner on some of the key concepts of the contemporariness of contemporary art and by Sergej Kapus on how Igor Zabel defined contemporary art.

EXHIBITION PROGRAM | Stojan Kerbler: A Retrospective

Friday, 29 November 2018, at 18:00, auditorium MG+
PANEL DISCUSSION | Participants: Aleksander Bassin, dr. Marjeta Ciglenečki, Barbara Čeferin, Milan Pajk, Marija Skočir, mag. Lara Štrumej. Moderator: Brane Kovič The discussion will revolve around Stojan Kerbler’s photography seen from different angles.

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE | Art – How Much is it Still an Idea for the Future?

Thursday, 6 December 2018 | Moderna galerija Auditorium
If modernism was to a large extent oriented towards the future and postmodernism towards the past, then we would like to know which temporality determines contemporary art.

AWARD CEREMONY | Igor Zabel Award for Culture and Theory 2018

Friday, 7 December 2018 | 18.00
The Igor Zabel Award for Culture and Theory acknowledges the exceptional achievements of cultural protagonists whose work supports, develops or investigates visual art and culture in Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe. 2018 laureate is Joanna Mytkowska, an art historian, curator and, since 2007, the director of the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, Poland.

KANTINA LECTURE SERIES | Migrations in time and Space

19 December 2018 | 18:00
The first lecture forms part of celebrations of the 1st anniversary of Kantina and is part of the events organized on the International Migrants’ Day, 18 December 2018.

EXHIBITION | On the Brink: The Visual Arts in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia (1929–1941)

25 April 2019 — 15 September 2019
This international exhibition of the visual arts in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia will provide an overview of painting, sculpture, printmaking, drawing, photography and film from the time the dictatorship was set up to the beginning of World War II.