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  • 15 April to 15 June 2014
    The Perspectives of the City exhibition featuring Bojan Salaj, Branko Cvetkovič, Tomaž Gregorič, Tanja Lažetić and Dejan Habicht, Zmago Lenardič and Jasna Hribernik, Kolektiva, Polonca Lovšin and Anja Medved produced by Photon Gallery at Brotfabrik, Photon Galerie in Wien, Austria programme
  • 12 April to 22 June 2014
    The exhibition The Magic of Art - the Protagonists of Slovene Contemporary Art 1986-2013, supported by the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Rome, at Villa Manin in Passariano di Codroipo, Italy programme
  • 10 April to 11 May 2014
    Screenings of the film Fruits of Our Land by Jasmina Cibic at LMAKprojects in New York, USA programme
  • 9 April to 30 May 2014
    The exhibition Ko je umrl moj oče - Quando morì mio padre, organised by the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Rome and Archives of the Republic of Slovenia, opening with the symposium La smemoria del campi del Duce bringing together a number of historians including dr. Boris M. Gombač at Casa della Memoria e della Storia in Rome, Italy programme
  • 7 April to 30 April 2014
    A month of Slovene culture in Granada, including: the exhibition of illustrations Don Quijote de La Mancha by Nikolaj Pirnat, a concert by violinist Klara Gomboč, a literary evening with Mojca Kumerdej (co-organised by the Beletrina Publishing Institute), and screenings of films The Alexandrians, Spare Parts (Vertigo/Emotionfilm), and Rooster's Breakfast (Ars Media), supported by the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Madrid, in Granada, Spain programme
  • 5 April to 25 May 2014
    IN-between-SPACE, a multimedia art installation by Eva Petrič, at Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Vienna, Museum Moderner Kunst Kärnten, Supported by the Slovenian Culture and Information Centre, Vienna (SKICA) in Klagenfurt, Austria programme
  • 4 April to 26 April 2014
    The exhibition Sledi / Spuren also featuring art by Goran Medjugorac, Katja Oblak & Jurij Borštnik, Eva Petrič, and Anja Šmajdek, also curated by Vasja Nagy, supported by the Slovenian Culture and Information Centre, Vienna (SKICA), Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Vienna, at Schleifmühlgasse 12-14 in Vienna, Austria programme
  • 4 April to 29 April 2014
    Stripburger's exhibition Attention, work!, accompanied by a visit from comics artists David Krančan and Jakob Klemenčič (Strip Core, Forum Ljubljana), at Le Garage L. in Forcalquier, France programme
  • 27 March to 1 June 2014
    Pintura Absoluta, an exhibition by Cveto Marsič, at IVAM Institut Valencià d'Art Modern in Valencia, Spain programme
  • 21 March to 21 June 2014
    Slovene artists Ulay, Tomaž Furlan, Robertina Šebjanič, and Damijan Kracina participating in the third edition of Triennial of contemporary art Port Izmir PORTIZMIR3 titled It's Enough, curated by Saša Nabergoj (SCCA-Ljubljana Centre for Contemporary Arts), at Austro-Turk Tobacco Warehouse in Izmir, Turkey programme
  • 15 March to 24 May 2014
    Measures of Saving the World_Part 5, a joint exhibition also featuring works by Polonca Lovšin (Obrat Association), at Rotor in Graz, Austria programme
  • 15 March to 2 June 2014
    Irwin, Dreams and Conflicts, an exhibition dedicated to the eponymous group, opens at Galleria Civica di Modena in Modena, Italy programme
  • 8 March to 22 June 2014
    Hans in Luck - Art & Capital, a joint exhibition also featuring works by Irwin, at Lehmbruck Museum in Duisburg, Germany programme
  • 7 March to 18 May 2014
    The Very Last Judgment Triptych, an exhibition featuring Maruša Sagadin, at Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, Austria programme
  • 19 February to 15 May 2014
    A photo exhibition by Blaž Kutin, supported by the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Berlin, at Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Berlin in Berlin, Germany programme
  • 11 February to 18 May 2014
    Newsreel – The News Is Ours, an exhibition by Nika Autor, organised in the framework of the series Histoires d'empathie – programmation Satellite 7, curated by Nataša Petrešin-Bachelez, supported by the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Paris, at Jeu de Paume in Paris, France programme
  • 9 January to 8 May 2014
    The joint exhibition Contemporary Narratives from Turkey and Beyond also featuring Slovene artists Vesna Bukovec, Ana Čigon and the trio Živadinov, Zupančič, Turšič, and Zdenka Badovinac, the director of the Moderna galerija (MG), as advisor to curators, at Istanbul Modern in Istanbul, Turkey programme
  • 28 November 2013 to 27 April 2014
    A number of national museums and institutions, including the National Museum of Slovenia, participating in the exhibition Imagining the Balkans. Identities and Memory in the Long 19th Century at National Museum of History of Romania in Bucharest, Romania programme

Upcoming events

  • 25 April to 18 June 2014
    For Our Economy and Culture by Jasmina Cibic as a part of the exhibition Art and Authority: Landscape from the Collection of Josip Broz Tito at The Gallery of Matica Srpska in Novi Sad, Serbia programme
  • 27 April to 18 May 2014
    Untitled (road tape), a site-specific intervention by visual artist Matej Andraž Vogrinčič, supported by the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Brussels, at BRDG in Antwerp, Belgium programme
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SCCA-Ljubljana Centre for Contemporary Arts

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Established in 2000, SCCA-Ljubljana Centre for Contemporary Arts (a successor to the Soros Centre for Contemporary Arts – Ljubljana, 1993–1999) is a generator of innovative programmes and services that facilitate artistic and interpretative practices. Its diverse activities address artists, curators, theorists, and critics in the fields of visual and new media arts. They trigger discursive and social practices and are rooted in the interdisciplinary approach and intense international cooperation. SCCA-Ljubljana divides its programme into four complementary areas: projects, video/archive, school and services.

Zala Gallery

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Established in 1991 and located in the Ljubljana old town, Zala Gallery is a commercial gallery which sells works by Slovene painters, ranging from Impressionists (Rihard Jakopič, Matija Jama, Ivan Grohar, and Matej Sternen) through modernists (Gabrijel Stupica, Avgust Černigoj, Lojze Spacal, Zoran Mušič) to the representatives of the young generation. Zala Gallery combines its commercial activities with research, focused on the artistic heritage that is privately owned, often hidden from the public and undocumented in public institutions. The gallery also offers expert evaluation and counselling on purchasing the artworks.

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