14. 10.−2. 11. 2014, MGLC Lecture Room
The exhibition is dedicated to the 85th anniversary of the birth of Dane Zajc.
Works by a renowned Slovenian visual artist, characterized by a very unique type of photography, and one of the most important Slovenian writers of the second half of the 20th century will be presented in the exhibition. The poems created before the poet’s death during 2000−2004 were inspired by the photographs of Herman Pivk. The joint work is the result of the symbiosis between the two artists, who have in their own unique way shed light on our view of life and death.
©Herman Pivk,Yes-No, language from the earth, 2000
mixed technique on photo paper
These are the stories that are made up of Ljubljana Castle, Tivoli Mansion – the International Centre of Graphic Arts (MGLC), Fužine Castle – the Museum of Architecture and Design (MAO), and Cekin Mansion – the National Museum of Contemporary History.
A single ticket gives access to see the current displays in all four castles. The ticket is valid for three days. Available to purchase at the respective castles’ points of sale and at the Ljubljana Tourist Information Centres (TIC).
Information on the presentation and programme of the participating castles and institutions can be obtained from the websites of the institutions, as well as in the special brochures entitled The Stories of Ljubljana’s Castles, published in Slovenian and in English, which can be found at information points in Ljubljana and across Slovenia.
Ljubljana Tourism and DPG are partners in the project.