The Study Room

The Study Room was opened due to increasing public interest and as an addition to study. It is intended for in-depth research of art publications, although it can also house exhibitions.

The visitor to the Study Room can browse through the artists’ books by authors included in the collection, since in addition to prints, the MGLC collection comprises also publications of various genres, whose common denominator is reproduction technique, from artists’ books, art journals, culture magazines, to posters, sound art CDs and theoretical literature. The MGLC collection therefore contains more than 4,000 pieces. 

Available to flick through are Viks art and culture magazines, most issues of the Point d'Ironie hybrid periodical, Gorgona, SMS, 0 TO 9 and Pist Prota. Housed in the collection are also posters and notices of the FV group (donated by Neven Korda), the archive of The Scarecrow Statelet (donated by Milena Kosec), an extensive archive on the events on the Zagreb art scene from the 1970s up till the 1990s, the complete archive of Bernard Villers’ self-published Éditions du Remorquer, as well as the collection of original newspaper projects museum in progress from Der Standard newspaper.

The materials from the collection can be viewed by prior arrangement. 

Monday-Friday, 9.00–15.00
Additional information: Breda Škrjanec, (01) 241 38 05, breda.skrjanec@mglc-lj.si

 

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ALEJANDRA PIZARNIK, NOCTURNAL SINGER

The book Cantora nocturna / Nocturnal Singer, which presents the work of the cult Argentinian poet Alejandra Pizarnik (1936–1972) in a bilingual Spanish-Slovenian edition, has been published. The book was one of the projects of the 32nd Biennial of Graphic Art: Birth as Criterion.

It offers a representative selection of the poet’s work from all her poetry collections and from the poems that had not yet been collected into books, her essential prose Bloody Countess and notes in which she spoke about her work.

The editor of the book is Miklavž Komelj; its translators are Nada Kavčič and Miklavž Komelj. The essays on the poet and her creations have been contributed by Nada Kavčič, Miklavž Komelj and Yucef Merhi. The book was designed by Ivian Kan Mujezinović.

EVENING WITH MANCA KOŠIR: STORIES ABOUT BOOKS AND PEOPLE

Tuesday, 11 December, at 6 pm

Guests: multimedia artist Eva Petrič, scientist dr Miha Kos and translator Luka Krek
Music: duo Čemomka

 

Milton Glaser, Posters

23. 11. 2018–3. 3. 2019
opening: Friday 23 November, at 1 pm

The artist and his posters will be presented at the opening by the expert of visual communications, Petra Černe Oven, PhD.

Milton Glaser (1929, New York) is one of most important graphic designers in the world, who has designed hundreds of corporate images, magazines, newspapers, books, LP covers, and has created thousands of posters during his career spanning over fifty years. He has been inscribed into the world history of design with his iconic “I love NY” logo. Milton Glaser has decided to donate thirty-five original posters (created between 1966 and 2016) to the City of Ljubljana, which will enrich the collection of the International Centre of Graphic Arts after the exhibition.

A special thanks on the occasion of the exhibition goes to Mirko Ilić, who came up with the idea for the donation in 2017, when he was hosted at the Festival of Tolerance as a lecturer and the author of the TOLERANCE exhibition. The show is organised every year by Mini teater and the Ljubljana Jewish Cultural Centre with the support of the City of Ljubljana (MOL).

GUIDED TOUR OF THE EXHIBITION BY Nathalie Du Pasquier

Tuesday, 18 December, at 5 pm
admission payable to view the exhibition, guided tour free of charge

The guided tours are conducted in Slovenian (beginning at 5 pm) and in English (beginning at 5.30 pm), led by Museum Information Officer, Gregor Dražil.


Photo: Urška Boljkovac. MGLC Archive.

30. 11. 2018–3. 3. 2019
opening: Friday November 30, at 1 pm

The opening will be accompanied by a guided tour given by the artist Nathalie Du Pasquer and the curator of the exhibition Kate Sutton.

Nathalie Du Pasquier’s compositions transform the interiors of the International Centre of Graphic Arts into a series of immersive microenvironments, sampling from over three decades of the artist’s paintings, prints, drawings and murals, as well as a new series of silkscreen prints, which was produced precisely in the screen-printing studio of the International Centre of Graphic Arts in Ljubljana.

Du Pasquier first made her name with vibrant, eye-catching graphics and textile prints shaped by the artist’s eclectic influences, boundless imagination and impulse towards experimentation. Since the late 1980s, she has focused primarily on painting, building up a tremendous body of work, much of which has yet to be exhibited publicly. Fair Game shuns a chronological ordering in favor of forging more intuitive formal affinities between the various series. Assorted elements or objects appear and reappear in different compositional configurations, like a card in a deck that takes on new powers and limitations with each hand dealt. This visual vocabulary is distilled in a new series of silkscreen printed modules – or as the artist calls it, “virtual furniture.”

Curator of the exhibition is Kate Sutton.


Nathalie Du Pasquier: Mensola piena, 2011, oil on canvas.