Kibla Portal presents "Mundus vadit retro", a group exhibition with the participation of Maja Hodošček (DAI, 2013), Chto Delat and many others
On Friday, 14 November 2014 at 7pm, you are kindly invited to KIBLA PORTAL, Valvasorjeva 40, Maribor, to attend the opening of the international group exhibition Mundus vadit retro. The exhibition will be opened by the Slovene Minister of Culture, mag. Julijana Bizjak Mlakar.
The sixth large-scale exhibition at KIBLA PORTAL Mundus vadit retro opens, remaps and re-contextualizes memory and history, upon which the present and the future are substantiated. The exhibition delves into the cultural-political conglomeration of contemporaneity, into the incessant search for identity, into the perpetuum mobile of political and cultural changes. The artworks confront the tensions that kindle across Europe, both on the collective as well as the individual level. The artists and authors exhibiting in Mundus vadit retro present more than just their commentaries and reflections, but also their micro-visions and strategies of survival in the modern-day Babylon.
(Aleksandra Kostič in Žiga Dobnikar)
Tina Gverović (HR), Siniša Ilić (RS), Bojan Đorđev (RS), Eszter Szabó (HU), Tehnica Schweiz (HU), Katarina Šević (RS/HU), Maja Hodošček (SI, DAI 2013), Adela Jušić (BiH), Andreja Dugandžić (BiH), Lana Čmajčanin (BiH), Boris Pramatarov (BG), Marcel Mališ (SK), Ana Pečar (SI), Bogdan Girbovan (RO), Anca Benera (RO), Arnold Estefan (RO), Visualizing Palestine (LB), Jure Cvitan (SI), Rena Rädle (RS/DE), Vladan Jeremić (RS/DE), Tanja Lažetić (SI), Stojan Knežević (SI), Mariusz Waras (PL), Mykola Ridnyi (UKR), Jure Zrimšek (SI), Nika Autor (SI), Marko Jakše (SI), Mitja Ficko (SI), Tadej Vindiš (SI), Matija Bobičić (SI), Gábor Fülöp (HU), Libuše Jarcovjáková (CZ), Max Sudheus (DE), Martina Grlić (HR), Magda Tothova (SK), Chto Delat (RU), María Elínardóttir (IS), Dino Zrnec (HR), drMáriás (HU)
The exhibition will be showing until January 31st 2015.
Open from Tuesday to Saturday between 4pm and 8pm.
Kindly welcome! Admission free.