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GESAMTKUNST LAIBACH, Fundamentals 1980–1990


by on Apr.16, 2010, under Exhibitions


15 April – 6 June 2010
At the International Centre of Graphic Arts in Ljubljana.

Thirty years have passed since the founding of Laibach, a group whose music and performances have become part of cultural history. What many do not know, however, is that Laibach in

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fact began its career as a visual art group. Images that most of us know from the paintings of the Irwin group – the cross, the coffee cup, the deer, the metal worker – were originally Laibach motifs. They were part of the capital the group invested in the newly established collective Neue Slowenische Kunst in 1984. With the founding of NSK, the visual art tradition Laibach had been creating up to that time was taken over by Irwin.

Laibach brought an alternative post-modern form of creativity into Slovene art. The group drew connections between New Image painting, the do-it-yourself art of punk bands and the post-conceptual practices that were being promoted in the Belgrade and Zagreb art scenes. Laibach “welded together” various media – music, video, film and performance – “high” and “low” culture, pop culture, politics and art. And at the very start of the 1980s, they defined in clear terms the fundamentals of the Retro-Avant-Garde.

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Laibach announces new exhibitions for 2010


by on Nov.27, 2009, under Exhibitions


laibach_metal_workerFollowing this year’s major and successful retrospective exhibition AUSSTELLUNG LAIBACH KUNST – RECAPITULATION 2009 at Museum Sztuki in Łodz (Poland), which opened on May 26th and lasted until September 1st, Laibach is announcing a number of large-scale exhibitions for next year (2010), this time in Ljubljana, Zagreb, and Trbovlje. Each of these exhibitions will present a different aspect of Laibach’s visual and multimedia art.

The Trbovlje exhibition will open in the Delavski Dom on September 27th, exactly 30 years after the (forbidden) very first Laibach appearance at the same place in

Laibach’s home town.

Ljubljana exhibition at MGLC (International Centre of Graphic Arts) will open on April 1st 2010.

Zagreb exhibition date will be announced as soon as the date is confirmed.

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