Tevž Logar is a curator and artistic director of Škuc Gallery in Ljubljana, Slovenia. He has curated various group and solo exhibitions in Slovenia and abroad. Recent projects include a study exhibition and publication Jerman (2008) and Ulay: Become in Škuc Gallery (2009); solo exhibitions Societe Realiste: One-way world (2010), Vadim Fishkin: Light Matters (2011), Tanja Ostojić: Body, Politics, Agency… (2012), the international group exhibitions Broken Down Walls of the Crimson Salon (2010), Displaced Divisions (2010), Disobedience, in the eyes of anyone who has read history, is man's original virtue (2010), NSK Folk Art (2011), Beyond Occupied Images (2012), and the co-curated group exhibition Accretions in the Museum of Contemporary Art in Lodz, Poland (2011). In 2009, Logar was assistant commissioner of the Slovenian Pavilion at 53rd Venice Biennial. He also lectures 20th Century Art History at the Academy of Visual Arts in Ljubljana and occasionally publishes texts on contemporary visual art. Logar lives and works in Ljubljana.
||Artistic director at Škuc Gallery