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  • 12 September to 21 September 2014
    Tiradentes, an installation by Matej Andraž Vogrinčič, at the festival Artes Vertentes, supported by the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Brasília, in Tiradentes, Brazil programme
  • 12 September to 15 November 2014
    The Fruits of Our Land, a video and exhibition by Jasmina Cibic, supported by the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Ottawa, at SAW Gallery in Ottawa, Canada programme
  • 11 September to 20 September 2014
    100 Years of Slovene Puppet Art, an exhibition by Mini Theatre, Little Salamander Goes across the Road, produced by the Ljubljana Puppet Theatre, and The Boy Who Became a Hedgehog, produced by the Maribor Puppet Theatre, at the 47th PIF International Puppet Theatre Festival at Kulturni center Travno in Zagreb, Croatia programme
  • 11 September to 2 December 2014
    An exhibition by painter Tanja Špenko and sculptor Saša Bezjak in the series A Window of Art to Your Neighbour, at Consulate General of the Republic of Slovenia Klagenfurt in Klagenfurt, Austria programme
  • 5 September to 17 September 2014
    An exhibition and a lecture on the life and work of Janez Puhar, the inventor of the photographic plate, supported by the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Prague, at National Technical Museum in Prague, Czech Republic programme
  • 4 September to 12 October 2014
    Framing the Space and Fruits of Our Land, short films by Jasmina Cibic (Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana, Škuc Gallery, ŠKUC Association), in the framework of the exhibition Art and Authority: Landscapes from the collection of Josip Broz Tito at Museum of Yugoslav History in Belgrade, Serbia programme
  • 4 September to 30 October 2014
    Ghosts of Dada, an exhibition also featuring works by Stane Jagodič, at Photon Gallery in Vienna, Austria programme
  • 19 July to 28 September 2014
    Arctic Perspective Initiative by Marko Peljhan (Projekt Atol Institute) and Matthew Biedermann at the Sapporo International Art Festival at Sapporo Ekimae-dori Underground Walkway (Chi-Ka-Ho) in Sapporo, Japan programme
  • 18 July to 1 October 2014
    From Slovenia, Venezuela, and Dallas With Love, an exhibition also featuring works by Beti Bricelj, supported by the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Washington, at Museum of Geometric and MADI Art in Dallas (TX), USA programme
  • 7 July to 21 September 2014
    On Thin Ice, a photo exhibition by Ciril Jazbec, at the the Rencontres d'Arles at Atelier de la Chaudronnerie in Arles, France programme
  • 28 June to 31 October 2014
    Vadim Fiškin (DUM Association of Artists) at the European Biennial of Contemporary Art MANIFESTA 10 at The State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia programme
  • 3 June to 16 November 2014
    Slovene comics showcased at the exhibition 100 years in the Balkans: The comic strip in resistance at The Belgian Comic Strip Center in Brussels, Belgium programme

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  • 20 September to 29 September 2014
    An exhibition by Maša Gala and a talk with the author at OverdeKunst in Amsterdam, Netherlands programme
  • 20 September to 25 October 2014
    Art Quarter, a joint exhibition by six artists from AQ Gallery: Jure Cvitan, Robert Hutinski, Bojana Križanec, Narcis Kantardžic, Tomaž Milac, and Keiko Miyazaki Vahcic, at Bar Knulp Library in Trieste, Italy programme
  • 22 September 2014
    A talk with and the opening of an exhibition by artist Veronika Ban, supported by the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Brussels, at Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Brussels in Brussels, Belgium programme
  • 26 September to 9 November 2014
    We Should Take Nothing for Granted, an audio-visual installation and performance set of works by Aljoša Abrahamsberg, Matthew Biederman, Brian Springer, and Marko Peljhan (Projekt Atol Institute), at the Pittsburgh Biennial 2014 at Space in Pittsburgh, USA programme
  • 3 October 2014
    An artist talk by Barbara Jurkovšek in the framework of the Wilson Hughes Gallery International Artist Series, supported by the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Washington, at Wilson Hughes Gallery in Roanoke, USA programme
  • 22 October 2014 to 4 January 2015
    The collection of works Arctic Perspective Initiative (Projekt Atol Institute) at La Biennale de Montréal at Musee d'Art Contemporain in Montreal, Canada programme
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Moderna galerija (MG)

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The Moderna galerija in Ljubljana has been the Slovene national institution for modern and contemporary art since 1948. In November 2011 when the renovations of its new space in the new cultural quarter at Metelkova were finished, the institution split into two venues and got the longer name and an abbreviated form MG+MSUM standing for Museum of Modern Art, Ljubljana plus Museum of Contemporary Art Metelkova.

The Museum of Modern Art continues its activities in the recently renovated space alongside Tivoli Park, focusing on the art of the 20th-century modernism and contemporary works disseminating modernistic ideas. Along with temporary exhibitions and projects MG presents 20th Century / Continuities and Ruptures, the permanent collection of Slovene 20th-century art. Its auditorium hosts various public presentations, symposia, conferences, and workshops organised either by Moderna galerija or other producers.

Forma Viva Open Air Sculpture Collection, Maribor

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Forma Viva Open Air Sculpture Collection, Maribor is one of several in Slovenia which arose out of the International Symposia of Sculptors called Forma Viva, an initiative of sculptors Jakob Savinšek and Janez Lenassi. Maribor's Forma Viva was based on an urban context, thus concrete was chosen as the basic material and the objective of the installation of sculptures was to humanise new urban spaces. The Forma Viva Symposium in Maribor took place 6 times between 1967–1986, enriching the city with the works by 19 Slovene and international artists coming from Japan (4), Italy (2), Poland (1), Serbia (2), and the USA (3).

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