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International Center of Graphic Arts, Ljubljana, Slovenia

3 Pod Turnom
Tel: 386 1 241 3800's insider take:

The sprawling hall in the middle of Tivoli Park is the home of the International Center of Graphic Arts (Mednarodni Grafični Likovni). The permanent collection of artistic prints and books includes works from the revolutionary '50s-era Cobra group (a Copenhagen-, Brussels-, and Amsterdam-based collective that took inspiration from primitive drawings as well as Joan Miró), vibrant 1960s counterculture broadsheets by New York City's William Copley, and contemporary Slovene artist Vladimir Makuc's modernist drawings of the country's rural landscape. The center also organizes the Ljubljana Biennale, a graphic arts festival that takes place in September and October of odd years.

Gallery open Wednesdays though Sundays 11 am to 6 pm; Prints and Books Room, Mondays through Fridays 9 am to 3 pm.

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