MG Bookstore


TUESDAY – SUNDAY   10 a.m. – 6 p.m.


The MG Bookstore is located on the ground floor ot the Moderna galerija / Museum of Modern ArtMG+, Cankarjeva 15, Ljubljana.


The MG BOOKSTORE offers a variety of publications related to the museum's exhibitions programme and focusing on modern and contemporary art, art monographs and catalogues of past and current exhibitions.


It offers a number of posters and postcards published by Moderna galerija as well as selected titles from Slovenian publishers such as Via Negativa, ZDSLU, Zavod P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E., Studia Humanitatis, *cf., Forum Ljubljana, Društvo za domače raziskave, MGLC, Maska, Fundacija Brumen, KUD Tkalnica idej, Praznine, MAO, and ZRC.


The Bookstore's Focus

  • publications of MG+MSUM,

  • selected monographs of Slovenian artists,

  • art theory books,

  • selection of exhibition catalogues of other Slovenian and foreign publishers,

  • Slovenian magazines from the field of art and theory,

  • children's books and toys.



T: +386 1 241 68 35



Delivery and mailing address

Moderna galerija

MG Bookstore

Windischerjeva 2

1000 Ljubljana



In the bookstores we have new acquisitions from the Documents of Contemporary Art series, published by MIT Press and the Whitechapel Gallery since 2006. Every book presents a collection of relevant texts and passages, dedicated to specific topics, which present practices or issues, crucial for understanding the contemporary visual culture from various theoretical perspectives.



MG Bookstore offers a selection of catalogues presenting Dušan Tršar's artistic body of work in addition to a special catalogue published on the occasion of his retrospective by Galerija Božidar Jakac, Kostanjevica na Krki. The bookstore also screens video documentation from Debate on Neoconstructivism from 2015 (in Slovene language). The speakers were artists and curators: Dragica ČadežAleksander BassinDrago HrvackiDušan Tršar, conducted by art historian Beti Žerovc


International new arrivals:

»Former West.Art and the Contemporary after 1989« (MIT Press, 2017)

»Beyond Objecthood. The Exhibition as a Critical Form since 1968« (MIT Press, 2017)

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