Exhibitions and events
February 24. 2017 - March 24. 2017 Adela Jušić explores the history of women's resistance in the area of former Yugoslavia. By organising a resistance women not only reinforced the Liberation Front, but also challenged the patriarchal structure that existed at the time and surpassed the traditional gender roles.
The exhibition's opening will be held at the CC Tobačna 001 on Friday 24 February, at 7.00 p.m.
January 17. 2017
"Milijana Babić from Rijeka is an artist whose works are based on the performance art practice. During her stay at the CC Tobačna 001 residential centre, she researched the role of the Roman Catholic Church institution and its connections with a woman’s right to choose. Her works are always based on researches regarding the rights of the most vulnerable groups in our society – in 2013, for example, her work at City of Women revolved around unemployment – she quickly found suitable context for her art practice in Ljubljana. As a woman and mother, the artist could not overlook the attacks on women’s rights, which have become a daily occurrence. The project It’s Her Own Fault was thus born."more