Stari trg 21, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia/ 3861.251.6540 / www.galerijaskuc.si
Škuc Gallery has been operating in the premises at Stari trg 21 in Ljubljana since 1978 as part of the ŠKUC Cultural Centre, one of the pillars of non-governmental culture in Slovenia for over 30 years now. In these 23 years of operation, Škuc Gallery has become a prominent international art centre for exhibitions, different art events, publishing and documentation. Open: Tuesday – Sunday, 12 am– 8 pm.
Gregorčičeva ulica 3, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia/ 386.1252.7123/ equrna.si
Equrna Gallery was founded in 1982 as the first private gallery in the former Yugoslavia, in the premises at Gregorčičeva 3 works since 1984. From the outset, the exhibition and sales gallery of contemporary artistic creation. Until now we have realized over 350 exhibitions in spaces Equrna and 50 abroad - in the United States, Europe and Australia. Gallery Equrna be presented on all major international art fairs such as Art Basel, LA Art Fair, Art Forum Berlin Preview Berlin, ARCO - Madrid, Art Chicago.Open: Mon-Fri, 12 am-7 pm.
Mestna galerija Ljubljana
Mestni trg 5, Ljubljana, Slovenia/ 3861.241.1770/ www.mgml.si/mestna-galerija-ljubljana
The City Art Gallery Ljubljana (Mestna galerija Ljubljana) consists of two spaces: Mestna galerija and CC Tobačna 001. This municipal gallery is a fine art exhibition space in the old centre of Ljubljana that has been operating continuously for almost 50 years. It has a broad exhibition programme and organises presentations of Slovene artists abroad. Open: Sat-Wed, 11 am-7 pm; Thursday, 11 am-9 pm.
Aksioma Project Space, Ljubljana
Komenskega ulica 18, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia/ 386.1430.1511/ aksioma.org
Aksioma – Institute for Contemporary Art, Ljubljana is a non-profit cultural institution based in Ljubljana (Slovenia), interested in projects that utilize new technologies in order to investigate and discuss the structures of modern society. Concentrates on artistic production that explores social, political, aesthetic and ethical concerns. Aksioma creates international projects and activities that foster collaborations and exchanges with artists and cultural institutions inside and outside Slovenia. Open: Tue-Fri, 12 am-6 pm.
Slovenska cesta 9, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia/ 3861.4254.096/ www.mgml.si/galerija-jakopic
The Jakopič Pavilion (Slovene: Jakopičev paviljon) was an art gallery in Ljubljana, the first purpose-built art exhibition venue in the territory of modern Slovenia. It was built in 1908 by the painter Rihard Jakopič upon the plans of the architect Max Fabiani. This art space hosts many temporary and traveling exhibitions, and it’s also a venue for open discussions and lectures. Open: Tue-Sun, 10 am-6 pm.
Trg francoske revolucije 7, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia/ Trg francoske revolucije 7, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia/ 3861.2412.500/ www.mgml.si/galerija-vzigalica
The renovation of the premises of the former Cultural Information Centre crossword middle of 2007 Flourish Gallery matches. Space is not only experienced a transformation in terms of the physical renovation and the corporate image and name, but rather in the program-content and organizational terms. Vžigalica Gallery has established itself as the venue for a variety of projects in the field of contemporary art, audio-visual, performing and other artistic practices. Cooperation with NGOs and other organizations in the field of culture has proved to be mutually fruitful and promising, therefore, continue to take them in the future. Open: Tue-Sun, 10 am-6 pm.