Wednesday, 24 May 2017, 8pm (until 30 June)
LE PETIT MIGNON: CROSS POLLINATION (travelling exhibition)

Cross Pollination is a new travelling exhibition by Berlin label and travelling gallery Le Petit Mignon, which focuses on underground visual art and innovative music. Under the direction of Guillaume Siffert, the founder and driving force behind Le Petit Mignon, numerous prominent group exhibitions have made their way around the world in the past, featuring art books and prints blending illustration, abstract art and graphic experiments, and in doing so, highlighting members of the international underground art scene. The current exhibition’s world premiere will be held in Ljubljana as part of the celebration of the first anniversary of the DobraVaga Gallery, with the exhibition boasting the crème de la crème of the current screen printing production of eight French artists and graphic experimenters: Benoit Sanchez Hachair (Ben Sanair), Emy Rojas and Gaspard Le Quiniou (Arrache-Toi Un Oeil!), Julia Crinon and Hugo Marchal (Atelier McClane), Damien Tran and Marion Jdanoff (Palefroi), and Thomas Perrodin.


Tuesday, 23 May 2017, 7pm (until 24 June)
ZINE VITRINE Brina Fekonja and Robert Kuret: (z)amor

Within the framework of the ZINE VITRINE exhibition series, visual artist Brina Fekonja and writer Robert Kuret will present their zine debut. (z)amor is a diary about how couples get on each other’s nerves. From silly questions to sad eyes, from being late to needing drama. Through short notes, quotes, anecdotes, drawings, photos and post-its, the authors reveal the funny-serious issues of their relationship, at the same time displaying sincere affection for each other.


Thursday, 15th June 2017, 7 pm, DobraVaga (until 10th July)
ARTIST PER MONTH Tina Konec: Day and Night and Night and Day

In June, the DobraVaga exhibition space will feature young painter Tina Konec. In her India ink and pencil artwork, where the meditative process itself is also of great importance, the artist explores the relationships between fullness and emptiness, and between the positive and the negative. Stringing together and repeating natural shapes is the search for a sort of morphological universality that allows for free interpretation and associations by the viewer.