Founding supporters

The following artists made the renovations and founding of MGLC possible: Dan Allison, Marko Andlovic, Zvest Apollonio, Miroslav Arsić, Todorče Atanasov, Janez Bernik, Janez Boljka, Bogdan Borčić, Lucijan Bratuš (heirs), Jože Ciuha, Boge Dimovski, Vida Fakin, Mitja Ficko, Tomaž Gorjup, Samuel Grajfoner, Milena Gregorčič, Bogdan Grom, Toshihiro Hamano, Franz Hitzer, Goran Horvat, Drago Hrvacki, Jože Horvat Jaki, Danilo Jejčič, Andrej Jemec, Kiar Meško, Zorana de Kide, Janez Knez, Zora Koren Skerk, Bojan Kovačič, Ante Kuduz, Giani Llalloshi, Lojze Logar, Tim Long, Vladimir Makuc, Adriana Maraž, Edo Murtić, Dimče Nikolov, Polde Oblak, Valentin Oman, Freya Payne, Bill Penney, Amalija Perez Molek, Jože Peternelj, Konrad Peternelj, Veno Pilon (heirs), Rainer Plum, Concetto Pozzati, Anton Repnik, Jože Spacal, Lojze Spacal, Ljubomir Stahov, Zora Stančič, Mitja Stanek, Marija Starič Jenko, Gorazd Šefran, Gorazd Šimenko, Miroslav Šutej, Drago Tršar, Marijan Tršar, Max Uhlig, Franco Vecchiet, Vladimir Veličković, Jana Vizjak, Sašo Vrabič, Petar Waldegg, Huiquin Wang, Mehmed Zaimović, Karel Zelenko and Giuseppe Zigaina.

The following organizations made the renovations and founding of MGLC possible: Adria Airways, Color, Elan, Emona, Ferromoto, Gorenje, Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Slovenia, GP Grosuplje, IMP Metall, IMV, Intereuropa, Iskra, Executive Council of the Socialist Republic of Slovenia, Public Warehouses, JUB, Kemija Impex, Kompas, KP Rast, Cultural Community of Slovenia, Lek, Lesnina, LIZ, Cultural Community of Ljubljana, Mercator, Metalka, Moderna galerija, Oprema Kočevje, Petrol, Riko, SCT, Council of the City of Ljubljana, Slovenijales, Stol, Smelt, Self-Managing Community of Interests for Housing of the Municipalities and City of Ljubljana, Stenplast, Krško paper factory, Radeče paper factory, Vevče paper factory, Unitex, Velana

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WELCOME TO THE BIENNIAL ARCHIVE WEBSITE

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The new website of the Ljubljana Biennial of Graphic Arts has been conceived as an overview of Biennial events from 1955 to the present day. It presents one of the oldest international art events that began with the desire to show a graphic map of the world in Ljubljana. With the introduction of the curatorial approach after 2001, the limitations to a single medium were dispelled and it began to develop into a museum and out-of-museum entity reflecting contemporary art and curatorial practice. The website presents the structural features of each Biennial with lists of artists, prize winners and jurors. The artistic credo of the Biennial is brought closer through the photo galleries and descriptions of the Biennial's main exhibitions, the traditional exhibitions of the prize winners and the accompanying exhibitions. A special section is dedicated to Biennial publications. The Biennial Archive website is conceived as a growing document of a diverse segment of cultural heritage. It is upgraded with the research findings on the history of the Biennial of Graphic Arts as well as topical news to keep you informed about related current events.

The English website is under construction.

ON THE PUBLICATION OF THE BOOK “AM I A MANAGER? YES, I AM.”

“This year we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the birth of Zoran Kržišnik, one of the founders and the longtime leader of the Ljubljana Biennial of Graphic Arts. As the end of the year approaches, we are pleased to announce the publication "Am I a manager? Yes, I am.", which provides an insight into the international work of this ambitious visionary.

The booklet by the author, MGLC curator, Gregor Dražil, is available in the museum shop in Grad Tivoli and in the online shop.

You can view the book on the link:
“Am I a manager? Yes, I am.”

 

 

 

 

WE ARE OPENING THE DOORS OF TIVOLI MANSION AND ŠVICARIJA

As of Saturday, 23 January, we are with you again.
Visit us between 10 am and 6 pm.
Tickets can be purchased
untill 5:30 pm.

On disply are two exhibitions: 

Invader, Prints on Paper
Leon Zuodar, The Noodle

You are cordially invited to visit us at Tivoli Mansion and Švicarija!


Photo: Jaka Babnik. MGLC Archive.