4. 4.–9. 5. 2017, the TAM-TAM Street Gallery at Vegova (opposite Glasbena matica)
Tuesday, 4 April, at 5 pm
The project Za vse je pravi čas / If only for the joy of my sadness is based on the visual density of the space formed by the artist with the silhouettes of plants and human bodies. The plants, with their pristine appearance, simplicity of form, intertwining and complexity build up impassable, overgrown and lush landscapes in a contrasting environment of light and shadow. They include the flat and empty silhouettes of human figures, stripped of detail, but with an emphasised body language, in unnatural and played-out poses.
Mina Fina: This mess we’re in.
Photo: Žiga Mihelčič. MGLC Archive.
16 June – 29 October 2017
In addition to the main exhibition Birth as Criterion (MGLC, Švicarija and ŠKUC Gallery), the 32nd Biennial of Graphic Arts also presents the traditional exhibition of the winner of the Grand Prize of the previous Biennial, this time Ištvan Išt Huzjan, a presentation of work by Peter Gidal, winner of the Lifetime Achievement Award of the 31st Biennial, a project by the winner of the Audience Award of the 31st Biennial of Graphic Arts, Meta Grgurevič, a Maria Bonomi retrospective at the Jakopič Gallery, as well as a vibrant discursive programme with an international symposium. As far as other projects are concerned, there is also the international billboard project a good neighbour in cooperation with the Istanbul Biennial, the book presenting the work of Argentinean poet Alejandra Pizarnik, as well as the print portfolio of the artists included in the 32nd Biennial of Graphic Arts on display at the Kresija Gallery.
Presentation of the art publication Last Mango in Paris
Thursday, 4 May, at 6 pm, Lecture Room (MGLC ground floor)
The publisher Look Back and Laugh is announcing the release of a new art publication entitled Last Mango in Paris. The book deals with the visual exploration of the hidden and strange world of plants and greenery. It contains the work of twenty-two local and foreign fine artists. Their graphic compositions, printed in the risograph technique, invite you to enter the bizarre corners of the green forest with them, which your parents warned you about when you were a child.