It happened in London. And since every place and space has its own specificities, Stacion Center for Contemporary Art Prishtina represents a new call and challenge for the Neue Slowenische Archive. In Prishtina, the archive meets new cultural and political specificities and originates, new, different interpretations and questions. ‘The Slovenian Box’ is brought again to life and speaks loudly.
Calvert 22 is delighted to welcome the most influential art movement to emerge from the Balkan region in the latter half of the 20th Century – Neue Slowenische Kunst (NSK).
CHELSEA space proudly presents Neue Slowenische Kunst 1984-1992, a timely show dedicated to the radical Slovenian art collective Neue Slowenische Kunst (New Slovenian Art), focussing on the archives of Laibach, IRWIN, New Collectivism and Scipion Nasice Sisters Theatre, in Ljubljana and the David Gothard archive in London. The exhibition traces the impact of their work and the important role London played in the collective’s activities.
Galerija Gregor Podnar is pleased to announce Was ist Kunst Hugo Ball, an exhibition by the artist group Irwin in collaboration with Bishop Metodij Zlatanov, Metropolitan of the Christian-Orthodox Church in North Macedonia, in the Project Space of Galerija Gregor Podnar on Kolodvorska 6 in Ljubljana.
NSK STATE section Leipzig in cooperation with the culture magazine Zonic is reopening an important venue in Leipzig’s art history: The original gallery space of famed German art group EIGEN+ART, located on Bornaische Strasse 31 (Tram 11, stop Pfeffinger Strasse) – possibly the final opportunity to tread these historical grounds.
The internationally renowned multidisciplinary collective and performance group Laibach are returning to the exhibition space! After 30 years of provocative activities and ‘performances’, Umetnostna galerija Maribor / Maribor Art Gallery presents a review of Laibach’s visual artwork.
The Organising Committee of the First NSK Citizens' Congress and the Jury of the First NSK Citizens’ Congress Poster Competition, is pleased to announce the following awards and a list of selected posters.
After 30 years the group Laibach returns to Delavski Dom Trbovlje, where it will carry out a multi-media action, originally banned by local authorities in 1980.
Thirty years have passed since the founding of Laibach, a group whose music and performances have become part of cultural history. What many do not know, however, is that Laibach, in fact, began its career as a visual art group.
Following this year’s major and successful retrospective exhibition AUSSTELLUNG LAIBACH KUNST – RECAPITULATION 2009 at Museum Sztuki in Łodz (Poland), Laibach is announcing a number of large-scale exhibitions for next year (2010), this time in Ljubljana, Zagreb, and Trbovlje.
Laibach announced the opening of a large-scale Laibach exhibition in Muzeum Sztuki in Łodz (Poland), on May 26th 2009.
Laibach are contributing a specially edited sequence lifted off their Mute-released DVDs for the group exhibition ‘The White Sport – Myths of Race’, curated by NSK Diplomat Avi Pitchon, and Hanna Freund-Shertok, opening on May 5th in Minshar Gallery in Tel-Aviv, standing until June 19th. This is the first time Laibach are officially and directly involved in a project taking place in Israel.
Exhibition EAST.ART.MUSEUM in Karl-Ernst-Osthaus-Museum in Hagen, Germany
In May 2004, during Ireland's Presidency of the European Union, celebrations took place in Dublin city to welcome the 10 countries who joined the European Union under the program of enlargement. During these celebrations, and through the initiative of Helena Drnovsek-Zorko (Slovenian Ambassador to Ireland), the Neue Slowenische Kunst undertook a series of events around the capital city.