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.

EXHIBITION FROM THE COLLECTIONS | Points in time 1889–1991

On display from 16 December 2016
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.

EXHIBITION | The Lives of Monuments

17 June 2017 — 31 December 2018
The documentary exhibition about monuments related to World War II and erected in Slovenia at the time of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was developed at the seminar “Art for Community Use” at the Department of Art History of the University of Ljubljana, in cooperation with the Moderna galerija. The title of the seminar should be indicative – it should guide students towards the art placed in public space, intended for the broader public and common use, and created in complex co-authorship.

SELECTION FROM THE COLLECTIONS of Moderna galerija | Arteast 2000+ and National Collections

05 February 2018 — 31 December 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.

The Temporary Slovenian Dance Archives, Rok Vevar

Temporary artwork, open for public every Friday | 10.00—18.00
Rok Vevar, the founder of the Temporary Slovene Dance Archive (2012) has dedicated a great deal of time and effort to creating an historical overview of the development of dance in Slovenia, in the process compiling his own documentary and audiovisual archive. Most of the material concerns contemporary scenic arts, dance and theater of the non-institutional scene over the past 20 years.

DOCUMENTARY EXHIBITION | 70+7: What's in a Number? A Chronicle of Exhibitions at Moderna galerija

Till the end of 2018
This year, Moderna galerija is celebrating its 70th anniversary and the Museum of Contemporary Art Metelkova, a part of Moderna galerija, its 7th anniversary.

EXHIBITION | Stojan Kerbler: A Retrospective

25 September 2018 — 13 January 2019
Stojan Kerbler has been one of the central figures in Slovene photography over the past 50 years, and Moderna galerija has decided to celebrate his 80th birthday this year by staging a retrospective exhibition.

DRAUGHT | Rok Vevar & Snježana Premuš: Choreographic statements

09 October 2018 — 25 November 2018
Choreographic statements are part of the Temporary Slovene Dance Archive’s exhibition programme hosted by +MSUM's Draught Series series. With them we introduce to the documentation and archiving process such kind of use of time in dance work that inventories the individual phases of the relevant choreographic process and its developmental logic.

EXHIBITION PROGRAM | Rok Vevar & Snježana Premuš: Choreographic statements

09 October 2018 — 25 November 2018
Program of events during Choreographic statements. Physical Manifestations: The Body as an Archive exhibition.

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS | November 2018

01 November 2018 — 30 November 2018
Programme of Museum of Modern Art plus Museum of Contemporary Art Metelkova for the current month with guided tours, round table debates, discursive programme, talks, workshops and lectures.

EXHIBITION | Sites of Sustainability. Pavilions, Manifestos, and Crypts

15 November 2018 — 17 February 2019
The display foregrounds alternative models of artistic production, such as they developed in Eastern Europe in socialist times, in particular in the territory of former Yugoslavia. Between the 1950s and the 1990s, artists in Yugoslavia, the Soviet Union, Hungary, Poland, and GDR devised various alternative models of artistic production, in particular as a performative aspect of their art.

LECTURES and PERFORMANCE | Grounded Festival

Wednesday, 21 November 2018 | 18:00—21.00 | Moderna galerija Auditorium
Grounded is a festival of electronic music, critical thinking and activism that addresses current social issues by combining the seemingly incompatible: deinstitutionalised theoretical debates, every day social activism and progressive electronic club culture.