Rostfrei Publishing started as an idea of creating a platform for bringing to light visual content we find inspiring, critical and inventive.
That is what we did for many years with a trans-Balkan street magazine called Kontejner
and now we feel that it is time to take it to another level.
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  • November 2018

    The book is ready!
    Neja Tomšič: Opium Clippers
    Book launch will take place on 13 November at 8pm at Galerija Fotografija, Ljubljana.
    Come and see!


  • November 2018

    Opium Clippers by Neja Tomšič

    Published: 11/2018
    Extent: 40 spreads
    Dimensions: 200 × 270 mm
    Box dimensions: 245 × 310 x 35 mm
    Edition: 200


  • November 2018

    Opium Clippers by Neja Tomšič

    Economic, political and media symbols of tea and opium trade in 19th and 20th century. An artistic research transformed into visual essay by Neja Tomšič which has been an integral part of her performative tea rituals.

    Coming soon in our store.

  • October 2018
    OSEBNO / PERSONAL, international interdisciplinary exhibition
    MMC KIBLA, Multimedia Centre
    Ulica kneza Koclja 9, Maribor, Slovenia
    Opening – Friday, October 5, 2018, at 7pm

    The international interdisciplinary art exhibition, which is being prepared for the third consecutive time within the framework of the “Risk Change” project.

  • September 2018
    Koštrun, Suhadolnik, Babnik – 1 je 2, Festival Fotografije Maribor
    15. 9.-30. 09. 2018
    Fotogalerija Stolp, Židovska ulica 6, Maribor, Slovenia

    The group exhibition 1 is 2 presents the works of three photographers and visual creators that despite their expressively authorial and imaginative diversity are irresistibly connected. Jože Suhadolnik ranked in the past as some kind of mentor to his younger colleagues Jaka Babnik and Peter Koštrun in their formative period, but today they are indispensable interlocutors and mutual critics.
    Though their creative practices differ very much and are specifically directed in the treatment of selected contents their visual thoughts connect in some very universal standpoints. All are consequent analyst of the modern age in times of its radical transformation in the sense of production and distribution and also as interpreter of collective and intimate phenomena in own environment. What have they then in common, the conceptual hyper-art Tomason , Neue Slowenische Kunst and metaphorical landscapes? …