15 November – 6 December 2013
The group exhibition displays the recent works of young and emerging artists who come from or live in Slovenia. Therefore it provides an insight into the developments of local contemporary photography which is wide open to the international scene. Boris Beja • Tatjana Cankar • Davorin Ciglar Milosavljević • Sara Kiršić • Biba Košmerl • Andrej Lamut • Simon Podgoršek • Ajda Schmidt • Darko Sintič • Violeta Tešić.
BORUT PETERLIN: The Great Depression
4 October - 8 November 2013
Following the tradition of documentary photography Borut Peterlin’s The Great Depression series of photographs records visual iconography of deep economic crisis in the years 2012 and 2013.
The Entire City
30 August - 27 September 2013
The Entire City (Die Ganze Stadt) project presents six artists and photographers from Germany who look their city from the most diverse points of view. They approach urban culture, the current social and cultural state of their lifeworld, with an individual yet characteristic gaze: Eva Bertram / Zoltán Jókay / Andreas Rost / Maria Sewcz / Ulrich Wüst / Tomo Yamaguchi
13 Brazilian Photographers
21 June - 18 July 2013
For the first time Slovenia hosts an exhibition dedicated exclusively to Brazilian photography - 13 photographers with diverse approaches: Luiz Braga • João Castilho • Davilym Dourado • Cia de Foto • Claudia Jaguaribe • Gustavo Lacerda • Luisa Malzoni • Gui Mohallem • Eustáquio Neves • Alícia Peres • Penna Prearo • Letícia Ranzani • Cássio Vasconcellos
Roman Bezjak: Socialist Modernism
17 May - 19 June 2013
Whereas the West encounters the now-fossilized witnesses of planned economies and socialist modernism with skepticism, Roman Bezjak (1962) takes an impartial view of communist architecture. His series render a kind of archaeology of postwar modernism without nostalgically glorifying the former East Bloc, for he also makes visible the exploitation of utopia and its entry into everyday life.
Breda Beban: Musical for the Senses
22 March - 30 April 2013
Breda Beban was one of the most prominent personas in the field of contemporary arts in former Yugoslavia who – in the past 20 years - lived and worked internationally, mostly based in London and Sheffield. The Musical for the Senses solo show in Photon (Ljubljana) brings together selected works from her recent creative period, between 1997 and 2012. Beban's works are devoted to several aspects of everyday life: migration, socio-political circumstance, human relationships and love.