Biennial of graphic arts 2

14 Sep 09 19:00 Discussions / admission is free

On this occasion, the Tea Party for Contemporary Art presents a panel of guests who will acquaint visitors with the importance of having a large exhibition site, which is something Ljubljana lacks, and the problems that arise from not having one. These are precisely the problems faced by the Biennial of Graphic Arts, which from its founding in 1955 was designed to be a large-scale exhibition.

Since 2006, Petja Grafenauer, Jadranka Ljubičič, and Zoran Srdić have been organizing Tea Parties for Contemporary Art as a joint project of KUD Mreža, the Alkatraz Gallery, and the GULAG Institute for Contemporary Art and Culture.