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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OPEN CALL!, CRITIC IN RESIDENCE PROGRAMME 2020

MGLC Švicarija in collaboration with the Igor Zabel Association for Culture and Theory, both based in Ljubljana, Slovenia, invites art critics or cultural journalists to apply for a fully-funded, one-month residency in Ljubljana in October 2020.

Deadline for applications: 17 February 2020

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Photo: Jaka Babnik. MGLC Arhive.

 

Openning of the exhibition

Helena Tahir, Somewhere Near

Friday, 31 January, at 1 pm, MGLC

The opening will include a guided tour by the artist Helena Tahir and the exhibition curator Božidar Zrinski.


Helena Tahir: Print (4),
from the series In the Whirl
(90 x 65 cm, linocut, 2017).

Helena Tahir represents the youngest generation of artists to deliberately explore the properties of classic printmaking techniques both in terms of form and content, hence actively co-creating the image of contemporary graphic creativity on the Slovenian art scene. The exhibition presents drawings and prints made over the recent years, some of which are here presented to the public for the first time. Helena Tahir’s graphic prints are characterised by the loquacious interweaving of various images stemming from the imagination, brimming with meaningful associations and historical references that must be carefully observed in order to make them easier to understand.

The 12th Bobri Ljubljana Festival of Culture and Art Education programme in MGLC

Experimental print workshops accompanying the exhibition From the Biennial Prize Winners Collection: Shifts in the Canon. Suitable for organised groups of children from kindergarten and the first three-year age range of primary school. In cooperation with the Department of Art Education, Faculty of Education, University of Ljubljana.
Monday to Friday, 20.–24. January and
27.–30. January, 10.00–12.00, MGLC 

Bookings to lili.sturm@mglc-lj.si

How do we cure a sick artwork? The workshop on basic restorative technology is suitable for organised groups of children from the first and second three-year age range of primary school. Conducted by mag. Boge Dimovski
Tuesday, 21. January, 10.00–11.00, MGLC Švicarija

Bookings to lili.sturm@mglc-lj.si

FAMILY FOLD’R THE SECRET LIFE
OF ART

We have again prepared a Family Fold’r for you, which you receive free of charge when you purchase a family ticket to view the exhibition From the Biennial Prize Winners Collection: Shifts in the Canon.

You are invited to join us for a graphic adventure discovering the interesting stories as told by the works in the exhibition. And you won’t get lost, there is a pencil and a map of the gallery rooms to help you along.