École de Paris
On view are seventeen art prints from the Collection of the International Centre of Graphic Arts. Created by representatives of the École de Paris, the prints are part of the legacy of Ljubljana’s Biennial of Graphic Arts. The exhibition has been co-organized with Lek d.d., a member of Sandoz Group. Participating artists: Karel Appel, Jean-Michel Atlan, Giullaume Corneille van Beverloo, Léon Gischia, J. P. Guillermet, Hans Hartung, William S. Hayter, Marcel Fiorini, Johnny Friedlaender, Asger Jorn, Alfred Manessier, Jean Le Moal, Gino Severini, Gustave Singier, Kumi Sugai, Ossip Zadkine, Zao Wou-ki.
Curator: Breda Škrjanec
Viewing hours: 13 September–30 September 2011, Lek Gallery, Monday–Sunday, 9 a.m.–7 p.m.; admission is free.
Event 29 Drafts: Designs Made by Visual Communication Students of the Ljubljana Academy of Fine Arts and Design
A presentation of twenty-five concepts for the visual identity of the 29th Biennial of Graphic Arts, prepared by the students of the Academy of Fine Arts and Design, University of Ljubljana, in visual communication seminars conducted by Boštjan Botas Kenda, Radovan Jenko, and Ranko Novak.
Participating students: Jakob Bekš, Ajda Bevc, Ana Castro and Felipe Matos, Taddea Druscovich, Vesna Gabaj, Tjaša Gale, Anna Grabinska, Nika Jamnik, Tina Kavčič, Jernej Kejžar, Dana Kodermac, Sava Kosmač, Pavlína Kusová, Maša Majce, Janžej Marinč, Anja Mejač and Petra Bukovinski, Martin Mejak, Eva Mlinar, Sara Mušič, Špela Rihar and Aljaž Vesel, Ajda Schmidt and Jan Virant, Naja Simčič, Jure Sobočan, Marin Šantić, Katja Žerko, Sebastian Žetko.
Viewing hours: 18 October–20 November 2011, International Centre of Graphic Arts, Tuesday–Sunday, 10 a.m.– 6 p.m.; admission is free. (Opening: 18 October at 6 p.m.)