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  • 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
  • 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
  • 5 July to 13 September 2014
    The exhibition Sledi / Spuren also featuring works by Goran Medjugorac, Katja Oblak & Jurij Borštnik, Eva Petrič, and Gani Llalloshi, also curated by Vasja Nagy, supported by the Slovenian Culture and Information Centre, Vienna (SKICA), Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Vienna, at Pavelhaus in Radkersburg, Austria programme
  • 28 June to 28 July 2014
    An exhibition of Slovene comics, organised by the EPeKa Scientific and Research Association, at Bosnian Cultural Centre in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina 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
  • 24 June to 3 September 2014
    21. Century Angel, an exhibition by Eva Petrič, at Bildraum 07 in Vienna, Austria programme
  • 23 June to 24 August 2014
    The Unnameable, an exhibition by Zdenko Huzjan, supported by the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Budapest, at Budapest Galéria in Budapest, Hungary 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
  • 30 May to 5 September 2014
    Snow in April, an exhibition by Tadej Pogačar (P74 Centre and Gallery, P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E. Institute), at Espaivisor in Valencia, Spain programme
  • 15 May to 3 August 2014
    Hu.M.C.C. m.k.2 (Human Molecular Colonization Capacity) by Maja Smrekar, Wheat and Rope by OHO, and We should take nothing for granted by Marko Peljhan, Aljoša Abrahamsberg, Brian Springer, and Matthew Biederman (Projekt Atol Institute), at the FIELDS Exhibition and Art+Communication Festival at Latvian National Arts Museum in Riga, Latvia programme
  • 15 May to 31 August 2014
    Goldener Schnitt, an exhibition by Tomaž Izidor Perko, supported by the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Berlin, at Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Berlin in Berlin, Germany programme
  • 9 May to 12 September 2014
    Images of the Body, a figurative art exhibition also featuring several works by acclaimed Slovene artists, at Werner Berg Museum in Bleiburg, Austria programme
  • 5 April to 31 August 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

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  • 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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International Centre of Graphic Arts, Ljubljana

MGLC - Tivoli Mansion Ljubljana - Photo Borut Peterlin.jpg

Established in 1986, the International Centre of Graphic Arts (MGLC) is housed in the Tivoli Mansion. It runs the Biennial of Graphic Arts, maintains an international collection of graphic arts and artists' books, and organises personal and thematic contemporary arts exhibitions, often reflecting political or social atmospheres of the chosen periods.

Founded in 1955, the Ljubljana Biennial of Graphic Arts is the world's oldest existing biennial exhibition of contemporary graphic arts. MGLC is among the founding member of the International Biennial Association (IBA), established in 2014.

Domestic Research Society

The Domestic Research Society (DRS) was established in 2004 by visual artists Alenka Pirman and Damijan Kracina, and art historian Jani Pirnat. Under the motto "Nothing domestic is foreign to us" the society documents, collects, researches and presents domestic phenomena as installations, exhibitions or web projects related to the field of culture, art, science, conservation, and education.

Alongside an ongoing spoken Slovenian open online dictionary Razvezani jezik - The Unleashed Tongue, launched in 2004, the team has conceived several engaging visual arts projects, the most recent being the Word for Word, Without Words, an interdisciplinary exhibition in City Art Gallery Ljubljana.


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