05. 07. 2022 - 09. 10. 2022

Prints and Impressions 2

Prints and Impressions 2
5. 7.–9. 10. 2022
MGLC Grad Tivoli

The exhibition is the result of a public call for submissions to Slovenian artists of all generations actively working in the field of fine art printing and printmaking. It serves as a starting point for further research into Slovenian graphic production and its involvement in the contemporary visual art practices.

An international expert jury consisting of Barbora Kundračíková (CZ), Mario Čaušić (HR) and Miloš Đorđević (RS) selected the works of 43 artists from the 114 submissions.

June 2022
01. 06. 2022 - 31. 07. 2022

Lea Culetto: On the Rag

1. 6.–31. 7. 2022
MGLC Švicarija

After the first year of living and working in the studio for young artists at MGLC Švicarija, Lea Culetto presents her works in which she exposes taboos and ideas about the female body and the social validation and stigmatisation associated with it. 

May 2022
14. 05. 2022 - 14. 05. 2027

The Shadow Is Seen by My Eyes, the Light Is Seen Only by My Heart

Tuesday - Sunday, 10.00 to 18.00
permanent exhibition on the history of Švicarija
MGLC Švicarija

We invite you to view the permanent exhibition of the unique past of Švicarija, which was granted the status of a cultural monument of local importance in 2013.

April 2022
26. 04. 2022 - 28. 08. 2022

Contemporary Equals Fresh / A travelling exhibition of contemporary Slovenian printmaking

A travelling exhibition of contemporary Slovenian printmaking 

The exhibition presents the following artists Vesna DrnovšekMiha EričČrtomir FrelihMatjaž GederNataša MirtičSvetlana Jakimovska - RodićOliver PilićZora StančičHelena Tahir and Sonja Vulpes, as selected by mag. Breda Škrjanec.

01. 04. 2022 - 19. 06. 2022

Photo/Print

The Role of Photography in 1970s Printmaking and Graphic Design

1.4.2022–19.6.2022
MGLC – Tivoli Mansion

The project Photo/Print attempts to highlight the phenomenon of photographic images and photographic thinking in printmaking and graphic design.

January 2022
21. 01. 2022 - 08. 03. 2022

Samuel Grajfoner: The Material Presence of the Mental Imprint

21. 1.–8. 3. 2022
MGLC - Tivoli Mansion

The exhibition presents large-format prints in the techniques of engraving and drypoint, created in recent years and mostly presented to the public for the first time. They reflect the artist's understanding of the creative process as a spontaneous, organic development of the preparation of the matrix, which materialises in an impression on paper or, for the first time, in bronze. 

 

07. 01. 2022 - 13. 02. 2022

Adrijan Praznik: --WHERE OUR HEARTS HAVE LED US…

7. 1.−13. 2. 2022

Adrijan Praznik plays various roles in the world of art – he is a painter, illustrator, curator, producer and artistic director of Simulaker Gallery in Novo mesto. In January 2022, he completed a two-year artist residency at MGLC Švicarija. Upon his departure, he prepared the exhibition --WHERE OUR HEARTS HAVE LED US... The spatial installation of two large-scale paintings raises questions that illustrate his work and research focus in 2021 particularly. Namely, he is concerned with the form and status of the artwork, the appropriation of the media image and the combination of pictorial means of expression (the monochromatic use of colour, the aesthetic and poetic image of words) as well as materials (fabric on canvas, objecthood of the canvas). 

December 2021
10. 12. 2021 - 08. 03. 2022

Adriena Šimotová: Encounter. Touch and Imprint.

Adriena Šimotová (1926–2014) is one of the most acclaimed figures in Czech visual art. This selective retrospective at MGLC features artworks in which Šimotová radicalized the existentially conceived topic of the human personality while engaging in an earnest determination of the conditions and relationships she found relevant. She perceived her work as an open communicative relationship, with its ethical and spiritual conditionality and ontological correlations of particular importance. In this context, the artist’s exquisite array of methods and vehicles of expression allowed her to explore and reflect on touch and imprint, aspects she understood as integral to the articulation of her authentic artistic statement. Reflecting on the relationship between touch and imprint, she worked with a keen awareness of her own and other people’s corporeality.

Curator: Pavel Brunclík