Slovenia‘s capital, Ljubljana, is a cultural hub of restaurants, museums, parks, historical architecture and galleries. Drawing from its tumultuous European history and influences from neighbors Austria, Hungary, Croatia and Italy, this beautiful city is brimming with literary and artistic talent, all housed in the best galleries in Ljubljana.
Aksioma Gallery is part of the Aksioma Institute for Contemporary Art in Ljubljana, a non-profit cultural institution interested in projects that ‘utilize new technologies in order to investigate and discuss the structures of modern society.’ This gallery presents and focuses on mass media and its undeniable effect on changing modern society; exhibitions displaying various artistic practices and unusual mediums provide an entertaining visit and much food for thought. Aksioma is undoubtedly one of the best galleries in Ljubljana and a major part of the city’s cultural and art scene.
Komenskega 18, Ljubljana, Slovenia, +386 0 590 54 360
The Alkatraz Gallery is an alternative gallery in the cultural Metelkova art quarter, originally located in the former barracks of the army of ex-Yugoslavia. This non-profit gallery has developed into an art production center and features local artists with radical and critical positions on contemporary issues, as presented through different mediums. The Metelkova art quarter is an exhibition of culture itself, with intriguing art pieces, graffiti and sculptures and is worth a walk around when visiting Ljubljana.
Masarykova 24, Ljubljana, Slovenia, +386 01 434 0345