Day by Day
Škuc Gallery, Ljubljana, Slovenia
12 December 2014 – 9 January 2015
assistant curator of Saša Nabergoj and Simona Žvanut
Day by Day focuses on the exploration of drawing in the form of a diary entry, drawing that is therefore produced in a more or less organized sequence and records daily impressions, ideas, memories or flow of thoughts. The drawings have been produced in different situations (the hustle and bustle of the daily life of a 4-million Turkish city, the domesticity of the early morning ritual of drinking tea, the hospital and rehabilitation centre …), on various supports (from receipts, diaries, scraps of paper of different sizes and colours, rolls of paper … ), during different times (the most recent stem from the time of preparing the exhibition, the oldest date from the mid-1970s). The drawings thus compose a cacophonic image of the personal and public worlds of the five participating artists, which even intertwine with one another from time to time.
(Saša Nabergoj and Simona Žvanut)
Bariş B. Atal
Born in 1987 in Izmir, Turkey. He graduated from fine arts at the Anadolu University in Eskişehir, Turkey and also participated in Erasmus Programme at Šiauliai University in Vilnius, Lithuania. During his studies he had some group exhibitions and collaborated also in the project PORTIZMIR 3 as an assistant of Tomislav Brajnović.
Born in 1898 in Trst, Italy; died in 1985 in Sežana, Slovenia. He is a legend of the Slovenian Constructivism and New-Collectivism and one of the central representatives of the Avant-garde art movements. After being a student at Bauhaus School in Weimar, his art practice had gained a multi-media approach. Although known mainly for his graphic works, he also made various constructivist models, paintings, stage sets, collages as well as pencil and felt-tip drawings.
Born in 1985 in Kranj, Slovenia. She finished graphic design at High School for Desing and Photography in Ljubljana and continued with studying sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Ljubljana. In 2011, she received an Acknowledgement of the Academy for special achievements in Arts and the National University Prešeren Award. Jurman works in the field of sculpture, scenography and illustrations. She presented her work on numerous solo and group exhibitions in Slovenia, Italy, Bulgaria and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Born in 1978 in Ljubljana, Slovenia. After finishing photography at High School for Desing and Photography in Ljubljana, he studied painting at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design also in Ljubljana and graduated in 2004. He founded art tandem Beli sladoled (White ice cream) together with Leon Zuodar in 2005, launched a publishing label ‘Beli sladoled books and zines’ in 2011 and they received the OHO Group Award for their work in 2011. Perne works in the field of painting, graphic and comics.
Born in 1977 in Postojna, Slovenia. After finishing high school in Postojna, he graduated in painting at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design (Ljubljana). He founded art tandem Beli sladoled (White ice cream) together with Miha Perne in 2005, launched a publishing label ‘Beli sladoled books and zines’ in 2011 and they received the OHO Group Award for their work in 2011. Zoudar was also a member of the Art of Asfalt art group/project (2007−2009) and has become a program co-organizer in the House of Culture Gallery in Pivka this year.
Beli sladoled (White Ice Cream) is the name of the artistic duo or painting group. Their definition of art group does not exactly specify whether it is a real painting group, or the name is just a construct, an art project, a kind of concept in which we are also captured as victims of their artistic antics. Anyway, the group is led by its founding and only members Miha Perne and Leon Zuodar, who say that Beli sladoled is a painting group that paints with its right and left (hand).
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