ROSTFREIPUBLISHING

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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  • January 2020

    Tadej Vaukman
    Ritual očiščevanja (The purification ritual)
    Jan 14, 2020 – Feb 2, 2020
    Exhibition at P74 Gallery on Tuesday 14 January 2020 at 7.00 pm.

     

    He addressed the American residence itself with the question: “In what ways can a radically different, completely new environment affect you?” Exhibit features works that have mostly been produced in New York. 

     

  • December 2019

    Opium clipper Anonyma

    Read fresh details about book Opium Clippers at Neja Tomšič INST profile.

    The book is available here >

  • October 2019

    Jaka Babnik: Pygmalion

    Exhibition opening: October 22 at 7 pm

    The myth of Pygmalion and Galatea, from Book 10 of Ovid’s “Metamorphoses”, can be regarded as a symbolic thread running through artist Jaka Babnik’s latest exhibition project. 

    Jakopič Gallery, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 22. 10. 2019–26. 1. 2020

  • September 2019

    Indigo x Caffeine Hours 2019, 12. 9.–13. 9. 2019
    Ljubljana, ZRC SAZU atrium, Novi trg 2
    In collaboration with Look Backandlaugh.
    Art book fair featuring local and international independent and micro-publishers, and a meeting of designers, illustrators, photographers and artists.
    Find the Rostfrei Publishing table there. >>>

  • Avgust 2019

    INDIGO FESTIVAL, Nobody Cares? 11. 9.–13. 9. 2019
    All we want is peace and quiet. We withdraw to detachment, vegging out in privacy, until someone knocks on our door. Personal integrity and the possibility of solidarity have been taken away from us, while, squinting over our bedsheets, we gloomily observe world events or simply lock our hearts away to guard them from the evil. Should we care? Perhaps the last stanza of the European anthem Ode to Joy exposes some of these antagonisms: “Yes – he too who but one being on this earth can call his own! He who ne’er was able, weeping stealeth from this league alone!”
    LOCATIONS: Ljubljana -Trg francoske revolucije, Gosposka ulica, Križevniška ulica, Novi trg, Ambrožev trg square park