We are pleased to inform you that the exhibition Prisotnosti / Presences has ended successfully with the release of our exhibition catalog. The art works showcased in KIBLA Portal were photographed by Damjan Švarc.

The texts are available in Slovene and English, and were written by:
Aleksandra Kostič, Peter Tomaž Dobrila, Nina Jeza and Artists&Poor’s, Nadja Zgonik, Petja Grafenauer, Neža Tisa Herlec, Mojca Zlokarnik, Sebastijan Vojvoda.

Exhibition catalog: Prisotnosti / Presences – Metka Krašovec and selected artists
140-page full-color group exhibition catalog
format 29,7 x 29,7 cm

The Indiegogo fundraising campaign will be running until the end of February. Please visit the platform to order and buy our exhibition catalog and help us spread the word among lovers of contemporary art, your acquaintances, family and friends, business partners, gallery owners and artists, to contribute to the campaign and financially support the release of the exhibition catalog Presences by ordering their own copy at the Indiegogo online platform.

Link to the campaign:

https://tinyurl.com/ya9wnzlg

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/art-catalogue-presences-metka-krasovec-artists?fbclid=IwAR0tn7HKbkMPSJw7prL47DONg1VbaBSmfNOwznNGVWphw0nagu4c0iqGs1I#/

About the exhibition:
Metka Krašovec and selected artists, who studied under her mentorship at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design (UL ALUO) in Ljubljana, Slovenia
KIBLA Portal exhibition venue, Valvasorjeva Street 40, Maribor
20 April–7 July 2018
Exhibition curators: Arne Brejc (Equrna Gallery) and Nina Jeza (ACE KIBLA)

Participating artists – Metka Krašovec and: Karmen Bajec, Viktor Bernik, Saša Bezjak, Gigo de Brea, Andrej Brumen Čop, Mitja Ficko, Dušan Fišer, Marija Flegar, Milan Golob, Marko Jakše, Anja Jerčič Jakob, Barbara Jurkovšek, Jurij Kalan, Maja Kastelic, Aleksij Kobal, Robert Lozar, Izar Lunaček, Mojca Oblak, Boštjan Mesarec, Rok Predin, Arjan Pregl, Irena Romih, Zvonka T Simčič, Matic Sonnenwald, Natalija Šeruga Golob, Katarina Toman Kracina, Petra Varl, Sebastijan Vojvoda, Marij Vrenko, Mojca Zlokarnik, and Živa Žitnik.