Programme

31 MAY

Sebastiao Salgado, Iceberg in the Weddell Sea, Antarctica, 2005

Sebastiao Salgado, Iceberg in the Weddell Sea, Antarctica, 2005

7 PM

VIRGINIA VRECL: archiTEXTURES
NUK Café, Ljubljana

8 PM
SEBASTIÃO SALGADO: Genesis
City Museum, Ljubljana

8.30 PM
(UN)KNOWN
Mikado Gallery, Ljubljana

VIRGINIA VRECL: archiTEXTURES

Tuesday, 31 May at 7pm at NUK Café, Ljubljana

In her exhibition entitled ArchiTEXTURES Virginia Vrecl presents a series of twenty architectural photographs that explore both the composition of architectural detail and its stripped-down visual effect. The artist documents sections of whole architectural compositions that tell a parallel story. The images of parts of buildings or environments, as seen through her photographic lens, become images belonging to the field of formal aesthetics. Thus, the elements of archi-tectonics are translated into a refined visuality. more…

31 May – 30 June 2016

 

SEBASTIÃO SALGADO: Genesis

Tuesday, 31 May at 8pm at City Museum, Ljubljana

Genesis is the third long-term series on global issues by world-renowned Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado, following Workers (1993) and Migrations (2000). The result of an eight-year worldwide survey, the exhibition draws together 245 spectacular black and white photographs of wildlife, landscapes, seascapes, and communities still living according to ancestral traditions – raising public awareness about the pressing issues of environment and climate change. more…

31 May – 31 August 2016

 

(UN)KNOWN

Tuesday, 31 May at 8.30pm at Mikado Gallery, Ljubljana

(Un)known, an exhibition by Mirjam Čančer, Andrej Lamut, Katra Petriček and Jon Žagar, represents a phase of emancipation from photography studies at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design, University of Ljubljana. The exhibition per se questions the past and builds a new autonomous future for the already acknowledged young artists. Meanwhile, their desire for recognition and independence will be manifested through their active role in the gallery space, allowing them to be in touch with the present. more…

31 May – 15 July 2016