Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana

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Muzej in galerije mesta Ljubljana (MGML)
http://www.mgml.si
info@mgml.si
Gosposka 15, SI-1000 Ljubljana
Phone386 (0) 1 241 2500
Fax386 (0) 1 241 2540
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Blaž Peršin, Director
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Phone386 (0) 1 241 2508
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Andreja Kovač, Secretary
andreja.kovac@mgml.si
Phone386 (0) 1 241 2508
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Past Events
  • 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
  • 3 June to 8 June 2014
    Framing the Space, a short film by Jasmina Cibic (Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana, Škuc Gallery, ŠKUC Association), and Bojana Piškur as curator at les Rencontres Internationales at The Hause der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin, Germany programme
  • 10 March 2014
    A screening of Fruits of Our Lands and Framing the Space (Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana, Škuc Gallery - ŠKUC Association) followed by a lecture by the director Jasmina Cibic, supported by the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Budapest, at Capa Centre in Budapest, Hungary programme
  • 30 May to 24 November 2013
    For our Economy and Culture, a project by Jasmina Cibic at the Slovenian Pavilion (co-organised by the Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana and Škuc Gallery) at the 55th Venice Biennale, supported by the Ministry of Culture at A plus A in Venice, Italy programme
  • 7 May 2013
    A presentation of Jasmina Cibic's project that will be exhibited at the 55th Venice Biennial (organised by Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana and co-produced by Škuc Gallery), supported by the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia London, at Calvert 22 Foundation in London, United Kingdom programme




City Museum of Ljubljana 2006.jpg

In 2009 the City Museum of Ljubljana and the City Art Gallery Ljubljana merged into a new public institute called the Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana (MGML). The merger was part of the Municipality of Ljubljana's cultural development plans for 2008–2011, endorsed in June 2008.

Beside the City Museum of Ljubljana and its unit the Ščit - Conservatory Centre of the City Museum of Ljubljana the new institute now manages its former 4 dislocated facilities (Match Gallery, Jakopič Gallery, the Tobacco Museum in the former Tobacco Factory complex on Tržaška cesta, and the Memorial Room of Writer Ivan Cankar on Rožnik Hill) as well as another 4 facilities which were previously managed by the City Art Gallery Ljubljana: two spaces of the former City Art Gallery Ljubljana, one at Mestni trg 5 (the main exhibiting space and former headquarters of the City Art Gallery Ljubljana) and the second at Cankarjevo nabrežje 11/1), and both spaces in Bežigrad, namely the Bežigrajska galerija 1 and 2. Since 2010 the MGML has managed also the Plečnik House where the famous architect lived from 1921 until his death in 1957.

A new venue of 350 m2 in the complex of Tobacco Factory opened in 2011 with a new permanent display of the Tobacco Museum Collection, and a new contemporary art space. The house offers also the very first residency for the visual artists in Ljubljana. As of 2012, RogLab is also run under the wing of MGML.

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