May 20. 2016 - November 13. 2016 With original plans, a short film and texts, the exhibition Plečnik and the river: reconstruction of Ljubljana’s embankments and bridges presents the story of Plečnik’s regulations in Ljubljana’s urban centre – the embankments of Gradaščica and Ljubljanica.
September 29. 2016 - November 13. 2016
The selected painters are not only joined by their age (all born in the early 1970s), but also by their similar approaches regarding the questions of representation / representativeness of painting, which received new answers during the 1990s. The show will display works by Viktor Bernik, Žiga Kariž, Gorazd Krnc, Arjan Pregl, Sašo Vrabič and Miha Štrukelj.
Opening of the exhibition will be on Thursday, 29 September, at 7 pm at City Art Gallery Ljubljana.
September 13. 2016"I know very well that human nature cannot be changed just through books, exhibitions and photographs. You cannot save the world like that. It's all too little, but as a photographer I don't know any better way in how to address the spectator, how to encourage thinking and help, at least a little bit, with the survival of our species. While I was creating Genesis, I learned that positive evolution – striving for progress, for something better, for survival - is an eternal struggle that never ends. It is also a rebellion towards despair, which is always easy to succumb to", entrusted Sebastião Salgado in his interview for the Delo newspaper (Lenart J. Kučič, Delo - Sobotna priloga supplement, 28 May 2016).more
September 27. 2016A New Age is Coming! … To the City Museum of Ljubljana. One month before the opening of the exhibition A New Age is Coming! Industry – Labour – Capital we can already show you a sneak peek of the works in the museum's first floor.more
September 9. 2016CC Tobačna 001 is hosting Israeli artist Hili Greenfeld, as she was selected to be an artist-in-residence at the Tobačna 001 CC following a call for applications published by the Israeli Center for Digital Art in Holon, with which our Residence Center has been collaborating for five years now. Her creations include relics, graves, and shrines – artificial versions of such objects, i.e. objects that testify to our inability to capture time and comprehend its meaning.more