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Galerija Vžigalica
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Trg francoske revolucije 7, SI-1000 Ljubljana
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Established in 2007 in the space of the former City Museum of Ljubljana Cultural and Information Centre and managed by the Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana, the Match Gallery (Vžigalica Gallery) is a venue for exhibitions, round-table discussions, lectures, and presentations reflecting predominantly the current art production.

Its activities are conceived in collaboration with contemporary artists, art institutions and producers – mostly Slovene, but also international. The programme is based on an annual call for applications, usually published in August or September.

Vzigalica Gallery 2009.jpg

Exhibitions and events

The gallery has featured the latest works of Slovene artists of the younger generation such as Manja Vadla, Sašo Vrabič, Urša Vidic, and Meta Grgurevič. The Match Gallery also hosted some exhibition of the SCCA-Ljubljana Centre for Contemporary Arts as well as the re.act.feminism, Performative Art of the 60s and 70s exhibition by the City of Women Association for Promotion of Women in Culture, and the Lighting Guerrilla Festival by Strip Core.

In 2017 the gallery launched a new cycle "Ljubljana Bows to Slovenia" that features artists and art environment in various Slovenian cities, the first ones being female artists from Celje.

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