The exhibition Dreams and Conflicts dedicate to the Slovenian group IRWIN, curated by Julia Draganović and Claudia Löffelholz of LaRete Art Projects, promoted and organised by the Galleria civica di Modena and the Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Modena features a selection of works resulting from the close collaboration projects staged over the years by the collective with some of the most prominent artists from the international contemporary scene, such as Marina Abramović, Joseph Beuys and many others.
IRWIN in collaboration with e-flux
Operations begin: Thursday, December 12, 2013, 7pm
311 East Broadway
New York, NY 10002
Dear NSK Citizens and friend,
You are kindly invited to attend the inauguration of the permanent NSK Electronic Consulate e-flux, New York. The inauguration will take place in e-flux’s building at 311 East Broadway, New York, NY 10002, on Dec. 12 at 7 pm. The diplomatic reception will be inaugurated by NSK consul Anton Vidokle, a representative of the IRWIN group and a representative of NSK Citizens’ New York branch, who will address the honoured guests. Please confirm your participation by e-mail to email@example.com.
At the NSK Electronic Consulate e-flux, the audience will be able to access information about the NSK State in Time and its activities, and also to apply for the NSK passport. (continue reading…)
To mark the thirtieth anniversary of Irwin, the exhibition Back to the USA, which originally opened on 2 April 1984 and closed on 7 April 1984, will be repeated. The original exhibition was a reconstruction of a group exhibition
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of contemporary American art which toured several Western European capitals in 1983 and 1984. Due to the size of the gallery, the Ljubljana show featured only a selection of works from the original show. Back to the USA was the first Irwin exhibition in a gallery, and as time has shown, it was their first major exhibition. (continue reading…)
Presentations of the German edition of INTERROGATION MACHINE and world premiere of the 1st NSK Citizens’ Congress documentary
Presentations of the German edition of Alexei Monroe’s INTERROGATION MACHINE “LAIBACH & NSK: Die Inquisitionsmaschine im Kreuzverhör” and world premiere of the documentary film “1st NSK Citizens’ Congress, Berlin” by Irwin in collaboration with Igor Zupe.
On occasion of the imminent publication of the internationally acclaimed reference work on Slovene (retro-)avantgarde artists LAIBACH and the cultural movement co-founded by them, NSK (Neue Slowenische Kunst), Ventil Verlag, NSK STAAT LIPSK, Creative Empire and Zonic magazine extend invitations to three events presenting the book and to the following informal gatherings.
IRWIN: State in Time, London, 2012
in collaboration with Calvert 22 and Tate Modern
Billboard location: Elephant & Castle
Calvert 22 is delighted to welcome the most influential art movement to emerge from the Balkan region in the latter half of the 20th Century – Neue Slowenische Kunst (NSK).
TIME FOR A NEW STATE is part of a London wide presentation in cooperation with Tate, who will be hosting a Symposium (14 April), and which will also comprise of a music performance at Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall (14 April), an exhibition of archival material at Chelsea Space (Chelsea
College of Art) and a seminar at UCL.
Laibach / IRWIN / New Collectivism / Scipion Nasice Sisters Theatre
March 20th – April 21st, 2012
Private View: Tuesday 20th March 6 – 8.30pm
CHELSEA space proudly presents Neue Slowenische Kunst 1984-1992, a timely show dedicated to the radical Slovenian art collective Neue Slowenische Kunst (New Slovenian Art), focussing on the archives of Laibach, IRWIN, New Collectivism and Scipion Nasice Sisters Theatre, in Ljubljana and the David Gothard archive in London. The exhibition traces the impact of their work and the important role London played in the collective’s activities.