Igor Zabel: Art and Quality06.05.2019
The English translation of Igor Zabel’s “Umetnost in kvaliteta” (2002, Art and Quality) essay on art criticism.
Exhibiting in Slovenia: A Symposium upon the 110th Anniversary of the Jakopič Pavilion18.04.2019
We invite you to apply to Exhibiting in Slovenia. A Symposium upon the 110th Anniversary of the Jakopič Pavilion. Application deadline: 28 May 2019!
Igor zabel's archive now available to the public17.04.2019
Igor Zabel's archive is now listed and available at Ljubljana's Modern Gallery Archives Department.
Recommended: MG+MSUM Summer School14.03.2019
Moderna galerija / Museum of Modern Art in Ljubljana, Slovenia, is organising a Summer School titled The Big Shift: the 1990s. Avant-gardes in Eastern Europe and Their Legacy. Application deadline is 30 March!
Art – How Much is it Still an Idea for the Future?06.12.2018
6 December 2018, Moderna galerija, Ljubljana
Participants: Clémentine Deliss, Zoran Erić, iLiana Fokianaki, Ana Janevski, Nomaduma Masilela, Cuauhtémoc Medina González, Lívia Páldi, Marjetica Potrč, Marcelo Rezende, Adam Szymczyk
Art for Collective Use05.10.2015
A long-term programme organized in collaboration with Department of Art History, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana.long-term programme
On Power in Architecture21.09.2017
This long-term programme examines architecture in regard to its heterogeneous relationship to power from different philosophical perspectives.long-term programme
Plotting Decolonial Options: Translocal Interrogations05.06.2018
ICA, London, 5 June 2018, speakers: Edit András, Chandra Frank, Katya García-Antón; chaired by Juliet Steyn
When Attitudes Become the NormBeti Žerovc
Žerovc examines curatorship in its broader social, political and economic contexts, as well as in relation to the profound changes that have taken place in the art field over the last century.
Extending the DialogueEditors: Urška Jurman, Christiane Erharter and Rawley Grau
The book offers a collection of urgencies and agencies in art history, art writing, and art and cultural production from across this cultural and political geography.
Ah, Art!Igor Zabel
Igor Zabel kept a journal on his business trips. The notebooks and planners in Igor Zabel’s heritage contain diary entries hidden among his schedules, lecture outlines, interview cues, directories, etc.
Contemporary Art TheoryIgor Zabel
This book brings forward Zabel’s extraordinary analytical and emphatic thinking and writing on modern and contemporary art from Socialist Realism and Conceptual Art to Post-Modernism and 1990s art, particularly in Slovenia and Eastern Europe.