Permanent collections, chapel, living room
28 September 2022–31 August 2023
Curator: Saša Nabergoj
Tomislav Brajnović (1965) is a contemporary conceptual artist from Croatia and professor at the Academy of Applied Arts in Rijeka. His oeuvre spanning over thirty years is focused on the ever-topical themes of ideology, religion, history, the role of arts, the artist, ethics and humankind. The artist uses a variety of media, such as spatial installation, video, printmaking, sound, painting, sculpture, performance, happening, photography etc.
Sixteen works from his extensive oeuvre are exhibited in a dialogue with the content of the permanent museum collections and in the chapel and living room of the Škofja Loka Museum.
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