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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  • December 2020
    Fotografija je simbolična.

    Izšel je časopis!
    Publikacija naslavlja različne vidike vzpostavljenih vzorcev, kanonov in formul na področjih vizualne kulture in širše družbene sfere. Iniciativa fotografa in umetnika Jake Babnika je kolektivna akcija številnih sodelavcev.


  • September 2020
    Remont – nezavisna umetnička asocijacija,

    Belgrade is calling for artists take part in the 2021 exhibition programme. Open call is for: 1. solo exhibitions, 2. group exhibitions, 3. author exhibitions, 4. one day presentations / projections / promotions / discussions
Who can apply: The Call is open for all citizens of Republic of Serbia and foreign citizens.
    Deadline: 21 October 2020

  • July 2020

    3rd Maribor Photobook Award
    The Angry Bat is calling for submissions for the 3rd Maribor Photobook Award. The award will be accompanied by an exhibition of selected photobooks from the call and will coincide with the exhibition “Borders”.
    Deadline: 1 September 2020

  • June 2020

    European Cultural Foundation

    European Cultural Foundation invite you to apply for the European Culture of Solidarity Fund in various application windows.
    The second window will open on June 22nd.
    Deadline: 14 July 2020, 13:00 CET PM.

  • February 2020

    UGM | Maribor Art Gallery

    Tadej Vaukman / Grandheroes

    art for sale

    UGM Šop, Strossmayerjeva 6, Maribor, Slovenia

    27 February – 14 June 2020

    UGM Šop is an artists’ corner within the museum bookshop, dedicated to presentations of young artists from north-eastern Slovenia. We are proud to present the photographer Tadej Vaukman with a selection of photographs and a photobook from the series Grandheroes.

    Grandheroes is a visual tale about a memory of growing up; it is about confronting, comprehending, deliberating and about ephemerality.