IRWIN's Miran Mohar in conversation with the Director of Tate Britain, Penelope Curtis, at CHELSEA space
After Miran Mohar came from Ljubljana for the private view of Neue Slowenische Kunst 1984 – 1992
we were delighted this week that other members of IRWIN
came to CHELSEA space to meet us and view the exhibition.
Dusan Mandic (IRWIN), Haris Hararis (NSK archivist), Roman Urjanek (IRWIN) photo: Manca Bajec
Dusan Mandic and Roman Urjanek were in town with NSK archivist Haris Hararis for the opening of IRWIN-Time For A New State
at Calvert 22, part of a co-operation of exhibitions and events with Tate Modern and CHELSEA space.
Private view of IRWIN _Time For A New State at Calvert 22. photo: Manca Bajec
IRWIN were one of the core collectives in the original Neue Slowenische Kunst movement of the 1980′s along with Laibach Kunst, Theatre of the Sisters of Scipion Nasice, and the design group New Collectivism.
private view at Calvert 22. photo: Manca Bajec
Members of the CHELSEA space team met up with IRWIN and other Slovenian friends at the Calvert 22 opening for IRWIN – Time for A New State
and NSK Folk Art
, the shows contain some great work. Make sure to visit CHELSEA space and Calvert 22 then complete the set by booking places for the Neue Slowenische Kunst Symposium at Tate Modern
on Saturday 14th April.