Programme

1 JUNE

Veno Pilon, Portrait of Ossip Zadkine, 1936

Veno Pilon, Portrait of Ossip Zadkine, 1936

7 PM
TOMAŽ ČRNEJ: In the Gallery
Janez Boljka Gallery, Ljubljana

7 PM
NOVAF
Fotogalerija Stolp, Maribor

8 PM
JEAN COCTEAU & VENO PILON: Bohemians from Montparnasse
Photon, Ljubljana

 

TOMAŽ ČRNEJ: In the Gallery

Wednesday, 1 June at 7pm at Janez Boljka Gallery, Ljubljana

Tomaž Črnej’s photographic series In the Gallery is born out of the artist’s need to examine the cultural and behavioural patterns we adhere to. Nowadays, as a result of the differentiation of production and consumption within the capitalist system, the consumer of the ‘end product’ is entirely detached from the process of its creation. This detachment conveniently enables the concealment of what could disturb, upset, or in any other way serve to discourage the consumer from buying the product. more…

1 June – 1 July 2016

 

NOVAF

Friday, 10 June at 7pm at Fotogalerija Stolp, Maribor

In 2016, Nova F (New Slovenian Photography) presents three, younger generation artists–Eva Šuštar, Maja Modrinjak and Đejmi Hadrović–proposing original premises for the treatment of a complex and manifold issue: the world of women. What they offer is a realistic and rather objective form of communication representing photography’s heterogeneous ability to become either a document of a time, or an experimental concept, or a medium to convey a certain message. more…

10 – 30 June 2016

 

JEAN COCTEAU & VENO PILON: Bohemians from Montparnasse

Wednesday, 1 June at 8pm at Photon Gallery, Ljubljana

The Bohemians from Montparnasse exhibition showcases photographic works of two significant artists from the early 20th century; the French writer, filmmaker and artist Jean Cocteau and Slovenian newcomer to Paris, painter and photographer Veno Pilon. Their photographic portraits offer an insight into the Paris scene at a period of time when Paris was still considered the indisputable centre of the art world. more…

1 June – 22 July 2016