Small But Dangers: Not the same

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You are kindly invited to the opening of the show on Tuesday, March 7th, at 8 pm.

The combinatorics of painted, drawn, sculpted and readymade fragments, which offer a new cryptic text with each set up, represents a recognisable gesture of the Small But Dangers (SBD) Read more…

Rossella Biscotti & Kevin van Braak: T

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Rossella Biscotti & Kevin van Braak: T

You are kindly invited to the opening of the show on Friday, February 3rd, at 8 pm.

The enigmatically entitled exhibition project T focuses on Rossella Biscotti’s and Kevin van Braak’s collaborative works and common interests in questions of history, memory and ideology, most notably bringing into focus the intersections of ideology and form. Triggered by diverse historical fragments, Biscotti and Braak develop a complex, yet very material reflection on the remnants of their original ideological inscription, through different acts of re-contextualisation dissecting the inner dynamics of the politics of form. Read more…

The Second Explosion – the 90’s

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Jože Barši, Vuk Ćosić, Maja Licul, Marko Peljhan, Alenka Pirman, Tadej Pogačar, Marjetica Potrč, Marija Mojca Pungerčar, Franc Purg, Anja Šmajdek, Nika Špan, Apolonija Šušteršič, Janja Žvegelj

You are cordially invited to attend the opening on Thursday, 15 December, at 8 pm at Škuc Gallery.

After the opening at the National Museum of Slovenia – Metelkova, we are now opening the exhibitions at the P74 Gallery and the Škuc Gallery. All three set-ups are part of the joint final exhibition of a research and training project, which took place in Ljubljana over several years. The project Second Explosion – the 1990s (2014–2017) takes place simultaneously in Ljubljana and Slovenj Gradec, thus the second part of research on the 1990s will be on display at the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Koroška (KGLU) and the Carinthian Regional Museum in Slovenj Gradec (9 Dec 2016 – 23 Feb 2017). Read more…

Tao G. Vrhovec Sambolec: Rhythms of Presence

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The four projects by Tao Sambolec, presented in the exhibition Rhythms of Presence, approach the visitor in their immediacy and closeness, although they raise a number of gnoseological questions that have been engaging us since the very beginnings of thinking about human condition. Read more…

THREE ROOMS (AND A CORRIDOR)

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THREE ROOMS (AND A CORRIDOR)

Three exhibitions curated by CAC Bukovje/Landskrona

  1. 10. – 11.11.2016

You are kindly invited to the opening of the show on Wednesday, 26th October, at 8 pm at Škuc Gallery. We also cordially invite you to the preview of the show at 7 pm with Nina Slejko Blom, Conny Blom, Vladimir Vidmar.

(These texts were written in the name of CAC Bukovje/Landskrona and speak only for us, that is to say, for Nina Slejko Blom and Conny Blom. The opinions stated here are not necessarily shared by the staff of Škuc, or the featured artists, and they do not concern the works in the exhibitions.)

Yes, we like brackets. Read more…

CONNECTIONS BETWEEN FRAGMENTED HI/STORIES

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XXII. Festival of Contemporary Arts  – City of Women

CONNECTIONS BETWEEN FRAGMENTED HI/STORIES

“It matters what matters we use to think other matters with; it matters what stories we tell to tell other stories with; it matters what knots knot knots, what thoughts think thoughts, what ties tie ties. It matters what stories make worlds, what worlds make stories.” – Donna Harraway reflecting on the work of anthropologist Marilyn Strathern Read more…

Nikita Kadan: Above the pedestal the air condenses in a dark cloud

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“Imagine a swarm of devils, little black devils from Orthodox icons, breaking into a big light hall of a neo-modernist building, the hall of some Soviet scientific-research institute. They enter – and what happens then? They encounter the devils which lived there before.” Nikita Kadan
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Tanja Lažetić: What’s Art Got to Do with It?

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Marina Abramović said she believes art is the oxygen of society. This sounds all well and romantic, but we should bear in mind that everyone would die if they had too much oxygen.”

These are the opening words to Tanja Lažetić’s text entitled The Tragedy of Venus (Whore). Read more…

PERSONAL

Maruša Meglič: Mehka miza, Posvojeni objekt, Domovina, Hišica na robu gozda, prostorska instalacija, 2014,
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Final exhibition of 15th generation of the World of Art, School for Curators and Critics of Contemporary Art

Boris Beja, Živa Božičnik Rebec, Nina Čelhar, Neža Knez, Maruša Meglič, Tejka Pezdirc, Pila Rusjan, Dejan Štefančič

Personal, a group exhibition curated by the participants of the 15th year of the World of Art School, has been based on an overview of the recent production of young visual artists.  Read more…