Inombords flockas vinddriven aska / collaborative exhibition at NEJD

Inombords flockas vinddriven aska  (eng. Floating ash is gathering within)

4 – 21 April 2024

Inombords flockas vinddriven aska is a collective installation containing sculpture, sound, video and light. It revolves around questions on the human and the Other – who can not be defined, who both threatens and lures. 

Inombords flockas vinddriven aska can be seen as a continuation of the exhibition RUIN, which was produced collectively by NEJD in February 2023.

Participating artists: Tina Damgaard, Jošt Dolinšek, Hanna Larsson & David Eng

Recension in Göteborgs Posten by Karin Frid (in Swedish): LINK

Paradise, Performance, Replica / group exhibition in Forum Fotografie Frankfurt

PARADISE, PERFORMANCE, REPLICA. SLOVENIAN PHOTOGRAPHIC ART / Vanja Bućan, Jošt Dolinšek and Bojan Radovič / curated by Celina Lunsford and Andrea Horvay

Exhibition period 07.10.202307.01.2024
Fotografie Forum Frankfurt, Braubachstraße 30-32, 60311 Frankfurt

Composing with imitation and repetition, staging role models, looking on space and time: as examples of contemporary photography from Slovenia, the Fotografie Forum Frankfurt presents works by Vanja Bućan, Jošt Dolinšek and Bojan Radovič. All three artists explore the boundaries of photography with different experimental approaches. The exhibition is the FFF’s contribution to Slovenia’s Guest of Honour programme at the Frankfurter Buch Messe 2023.

More about the exhibition here.

Photos by ©Fotografie Forum Frankfurt/ Esra Klein.

Various Works / Galleri Format Malmö

showing new video work “Stone Performance” in Galleri Format Malmö as part of Various Works group exhibition.

with Hulda Sif Ásmundsdóttir / Jessica Ekström / Johan F Källman / Julian Slagman / Mette Hultesjö / Miina Anahita / Peter Frodin / Sonja Margrét Ólafsdóttir

Various Works, 18th Nov – 11th Dec / Galleri Format, Claesgatan 14 , Malmö

Solo exhibition in Photon Vienna

To Move the Sun and Earth Away solo exhibition is open and on view until 31st July. Thank you all for coming to the opening!

Photon Gallery Vienna
Zieglergasse 34
Wed - Sun: 10-17h

Back to Black / group exhibition

Back to Black / 21. 4. – 03. 6. 2022 / Photon Gallery Ljubljana

participating artists: Balázs Deim, Alessandra D’intino, Jošt Dolinšek, Lena Feitl, Elí Joteva, Reiner Riedler, Peter Koštrun, Roberto Kusterle, Borut Peterlin, Eva Petrič, Herman Pivk. 

Beyond the Lens / group exhibition

Glad to be part of Beyond the Lens group exhibition in Mala galerija in  Cankarjev dom, Ljubljana (SI). In a good company of artists Andrej Lamut, Tilyen Mucik, Sara Rman, Blaž Rojs & Anja Seničar. Curated by Hana Čeferin.

“Bearing this experimentation in mind, the Beyond the Lens exhibition turns to younger Slovenian photographers who combine different mediums, re-examining materials and form, and exploring the potential of the medium of photography beyond the use of a camera. Developments in Slovenian contemporary photography over the recent years have been truly exciting. Younger artists adopt highly idiosyncratic approaches to photography, fully aware of the principles of the medium, unburdened by photographic “purism”, combining styles, materials, tools and image carriers. …

… Within the context of these developments, the aim of this exhibition is to present the production that has evolved through the younger generation’s attitude towards traditional approaches to the medium. The exhibition does not aim to present the young artists’ latest or most contemporary works, but seeks to shed light on the specific understanding of the medium that started to develop in our cultural space. The exhibited works, most of which have already featured in solo shows, are here presented collectively as a reflection on the possibilities of the medium itself, the photographic orientations of the younger generation, and the viewpoints on photography embraced by today’s young artists in producing it beyond the lens.”  - Hana Čeferin 

23 March - 02 May 2022 / Cankarjev dom, Ljubljana (SI

(photos by Kristina Bursać)

Article about the exhibition published on MMC RTVSLO (in Slovenian). Written by Maja Kač. LINK

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