22 January 2019 — 28 May 2018
+Kantina MSUM in colllaboration with Museum of Contemporary Art Metelkova organises a series of thematic discussions moderated by musician, writer, activist Miha Blažič – N’toko.

LECTURE | Migrations in Time and Space | Blaž Gselman: Emigration in Early 20th Century – Louis Adamič and migrations to the US

22 January 2019 | 18:00
The point of departure will be the work of the Slovene-American writer Louis Adamič, whose 120th anniversary of birth was celebrated this year; the Sophia publishing house is soon to publish his work From Many Lands translated into Slovene by Mojca Dobnikar.

INFORMANCE | Dragan Živadinov, Dunja Zupančič, Miha Turšič | Cosmism::2001 / Černigoj / Zajec

Thursday, 24 January 2018 | 18.00 | Moderna galerija
The event is processed with sound structure of URSONATE by Kurt Schwitters from 1932 performed by Blaž Šef, Tjaša Ribizel, Matej Kurinčič and Miha Mihaljčič. Other collaborators of the informance are Ivan Lotrič and Dario Seraval.

EXHIBITION | Time Without Innocence. Recent Painting in Slovenia

OPENING | Thursday, 31 January 2019, at 8 p.m.
In the face of the shifts and changes that occurred in art over the 20th century, painting as an eminently traditional medium ran up against all conceivable boundaries, and also managed to transcend all of them, into either physical or social space.

LECTURE | Migrations in Time and Space | Jana Milovanović in Božidar Flajšman: The History of Wire – How Bela krajina (The White Carniola) became a border zone

19 February 2019 | 18:00
The public perception of Bela Krajina has been marked by the wire on the border, a subject of far more debates than the economic and social issues that this cut-off region has been grappling with for many years.

EXHIBITION | Southern Constellations: The Poetics of the Non-Aligned

07 March 2019 — 31 August 2019
The exhibition in Moderna galerija will focuse on the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM); more precisely it will emphasize the ideas, ideals and principles of the movement, particularly in close connection with its cultural policies and place them in a contemporary context with the question: Could there be a non-aligned contemporaneity? And if so, what would it be like?

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.