The International Centre of Graphic Arts is a museum housing a collection of fine art prints from the 20th century to the present day, a gallery for exhibitions of contemporary fine art, a fine art print publisher with its own printmaking workshops and the producer of the Ljubljana International Biennial of Graphic Art. It has a collection of over 3,600 fine art prints, 800 artists' books and numerous other art publications.
The bulk of the works included in the Centre's collection of fine art prints were created after World War II by some of the great names of the Paris School of the first post-war decades, members of the Cobra art group, artists from Eastern Europe and members of the Ljubljana School of Graphic Arts. The collection of artists' books and other art publications contains works by internationally renowned artists.
Library and Artists' Book Room
A rich collection of artists' books and other publications is available for public viewing and study on weekdays from 9:00 to 15:00. For more information call +386 (0)1 2413 805 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Experimental and popular fine art printmaking programmes have been organised at the Centre's printmaking workshops, which are equipped with the technology for making silkscreen, lithographic and intaglio prints. Since 2002, the Centre has collaborated with the Associazione Amici della Galleria Spazzapan in Gradiška on a three-week artist-in-residence programme.
Ljubljana International Biennial of Graphic Art
The Ljubljana Biennial of Graphic Art, founded in 1955, is one of the world's largest and most renowned events of the kind. During its history it has received acclaim from artists, experts and public alike.