The Study Room

The Study Room was opened due to increasing public interest and as an addition to study. It is intended for in-depth research of art publications, although it can also house exhibitions.

The visitor to the Study Room can browse through the artists’ books by authors included in the collection, since in addition to prints, the MGLC collection comprises also publications of various genres, whose common denominator is reproduction technique, from artists’ books, art journals, culture magazines, to posters, sound art CDs and theoretical literature. The MGLC collection therefore contains more than 4,000 pieces. 

Available to flick through are Viks art and culture magazines, most issues of the Point d'Ironie hybrid periodical, Gorgona, SMS, 0 TO 9 and Pist Prota. Housed in the collection are also posters and notices of the FV group (donated by Neven Korda), the archive of The Scarecrow Statelet (donated by Milena Kosec), an extensive archive on the events on the Zagreb art scene from the 1970s up till the 1990s, the complete archive of Bernard Villers’ self-published Éditions du Remorquer, as well as the collection of original newspaper projects museum in progress from Der Standard newspaper.

The materials from the collection can be viewed by prior arrangement. 

Monday-Friday, 9.00–15.00
Additional information: Breda Škrjanec, (01) 241 38 05, breda.skrjanec@mglc-lj.si

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The Millennials in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, conversation

Tuesday, 26. 10.
18.00 @ MGLC Švicarija

Meet the writers of The Millennial Files who contemplate the open possibilities offered by the new technological revolution from the perspective of Ljubljana's millennials.
The conversation is led by Muanis Sinanović

Visitors to the conversation will receive a free copy of The Millennial Files.

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Photo: Urška Boljkovac. MGLC Archive.

Perennial Biennial is searching for local biennial discourse for upcoming publication

The Perennial Biennial is currently working on a new publication engaging with the biennial format as it is encountered, engaged with, and critiqued in its local context. They are reaching out to biennials, artists, collaborators and others for existing texts written in response to biennials in their local context, and specifically published outside of the international biennial discourse.

You can find more information about the open call on this link.

Deadline is 24 October 2021 at midnight (UTC+2).

 

The Audience Award

Vote for the best artist of ISKRA DELTA: The 34th Ljubljana Biennale of Graphic Arts. Voting will take place from 10 September to 14 November, the results will be announced at the end of the Biennale.
Vote here.