|Slovenska 9, SI-1000 Ljubljana|
|Phone||386 (0) 1 241 2500|
|Fax||386 (0) 1 241 2540|
|Founded by||Municipality of Ljubljana|
|Managed by||Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana|
|Blaž Peršin, Director|
|Phone||386 (0) 1 241 2508|
|Marija Skočir, Head|
|Phone||386 (0) 41 850 413|
|Maja Kovač, Public relations|
|Phone||386 (0) 1 241 2538, 386 (0) 70 551 961|
Since 2010 the Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana public institute has co-produced many exhibition projects exclusively for the Jakopič Gallery. It covers mainly visual arts, but also pays significant attention to performance and multimedia projects. Besides contemporary art production it highlights the historical authors and phenomena with the aim to serve as a bridge between the contemporary art practices and the mission of museums.
In 2010 the first exhibition was dedicated to Two Spanish Masters in Ljubljana, introducing Pablo Picasso's prints in the City Museum of Ljubljana and Antoni Clavé's works from 1934 to 2002 in the Jakopič Gallery. It was followed by the travelling exhibition Bauhaus Twenty-21: An Ongoing Legacy – Photographs by Gordon Watkinson, which marked the 90th anniversary of the founding of the Bauhaus and was co-produced by Foto+Synthesis, National Gallery of Slovenia and Goethe-Institut Ljubljana.
Lectures, concerts, round tables and other presentations are also organised in the Jakopič Gallery.
Reading room and mediatheque
Jakopič Gallery also serves as an information point for the MoTA Museum of Transitory Art activities. The first common project was the establishment of a reading room and mediatheque on contemporary arts, architecture, and design in 2010. It is dedicated to the memory of the architect and publicist Tomaž Brate (1963–2008), whose books form the core of this collection.
- Jakopič Gallery web page
- Jakopič Gallery floor plan (PDF)
- Jakopič Gallery on Twitter
- Jakopič Pavilion virtual gallery
- Rihard Jakopič (1869–1943) on Wikipedia
- Tomaž Brate (1963–2008) on Wikipedija (in Slovenian)