German

UROŠ WEINBERGER
(*1975)

 

*1975 in Trbovlje, Slovenia.
Lives and works in Ljubljana.

 

Eduaction

1998 – 2003
Studied painting, Academy of Fine Arts Ljubljana, Slovenia.

2002
Cultural Residence, Academy of Fine Arts Sofia, Bulgaria.

2003 – 2005
Studied painting, Academy of Fine Arts Ljubljana, Slovenia.

2009
Cultural Residence of the Slovenian Ministry of Culture, Berlin, Germany.

2013
Cultural Residence, Europäisches Kϋnstlerhaus Oberbayern, Freising, Germany.

 

Solo Exhibitions (Selection)

2018
– Uroš Weinberger: False Horizons, Galerie Âme Nue, Hamburg, Germany.
-„Uroš Weinberger: Die Drohnen“, Galerie Kamera, Kino Šiška Centre for Urban Culture, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

2017
– „Uroš Weinberger: Oase des Wusts“, Kunsthalle Ravensburg, Ravensburg, Germany.

2016
– Danube Dialogues 2016, Festival of Contemporary Art, Galerie Bel Art, Novi Sad, Serbia.
– “Uroš Weinberger : Seven Sisters“, KiBela, space for art, MMC KIBLA, Maribor, Slovenia.

2015
– “Paintings and Drawings”, Galerie Murska Sobota, Murska Sobota, Slovenia.

2014
– “Künstler aus Slowenien stellen sich vor“, Museum für Abgüsse Klassischer Bildwerke München, München, Germany.
– „Uroš Weinberger: Malerei und Zeichnung“, K12│Galerie für Gegenwartskunst, Bregenz, Austria.
– „Blur Techno“, Galerie Alkatraz, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

2013
– „Displaced world, deplasiran svet.“, Kunstgalerie Maribor, Maribor, Slovenia.
– „Displaced world, deplasiran svet.“, Museum Gorejnska, Slovenia.
– “Displaced world, deplasiran svet.”, Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst Celje, Slovenia.

2011
– „Paintings“, Galleria A+A, Venice, Italy.
– “Info vs. Info”, Galerie EQURNA, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

 

Group Exhibtions (Selection)

2018
– “ANTHROPOCENE”, Gallery Ann Street, Newburgh, New York, USA.
– “PANTHA REI – ETIKE/TE”, Galerie im Schloss Porcia, Spittal an der Drau, Austria.

2017
– MIG 21, Migratory Interdisciplinary Grid 21, International art exhibition on the topic of migrations, Museum for Contemporary Art Vojvodina, Novi Sad, Serbia.
– „AFTER HIROSHIMA – The unexplored imaginaries of the atomic bombing”, The B#S Gallery, Treviso, Italy.
– “Imago Mundi – Face to Face”, Luciano Benetton Collection, Bosnien Kulturzentrum, Sarajevo, Bosnien und Herzegowina.

2016
– NordArt 2016, Kunstwerk Carlshütte, Büdelsdorf, Germany.
– MIG 21, Migratory Interdisciplinary Grid 21, International art exhibition on the topic of migrations, KIBLA PORTAL, Maribor, Slovenia.
– “Identities”, International Exhibtion of Contemporary Art, Galerie Simulkar, Novo mesto, Slovenia.

2015
– “EQURNA POP!”, Galerie EQURNA, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
– “Novo mesto – Town of Inspiration”, Museum Dolenjska, Novo mesto, Slovenia.

2014
– „Kunst macht frei“, Galerie EQURNA, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
– „12 prostorov / 12 Spaces / 12 Räume“, Koroška Kunstgalerie, Slovenj Gradec, Slovenia.

2013
– „Transfer > Slowenien“, Europäisches Künstlerhaus Oberbayern – Schafhof, Freising, Germany.
– „Trans.Form 4“, Kϋnstlerhaus Klagenfurt, Austria.

2012
– 31. Malerwoche, Galerie Gorše, Suetschach, Feistritz im Rosental, Austria.
– „Die schöne Malerei liegt hinter uns“, Kunstgalerie Maribor, Maribor 2012 – Kulturhauptstadt Europa, Maribor, Slovenia.

2010
– „Berlin – London – New York“, Museum of Architecture and Design, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
– „Zeit fühlen – Zeit leben“, Kϋnstlerhaus Graz, Universalmuseum Joanneum, Graz, Austria.
– 3. Artexchange, MMC Rovinj, Croatia.
– „DLUD 16+“, Galerie Žitnjak, Zagreb, Croatia.

 

Awards (Selection)

2001
Prešeren Prize fϋr students of the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia.

2011
Winner of the Biennial: View of Visual Arts in Slovenia 6: I, Here, Now.

2012
6th Showcase winner in the painting category, ArtSlant Awards, USA.

2017
Nominated fϋr the BLOOOM Award by WARSTEINER 2017, Germany.

 

Collections (selection)

Academy of Fine Arts, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Imago Mundi – Luciano Benetton Collection, Italy
Božidar Jakac Art Museum, Slovenia
Museum Dolenjska, Slovenia
Gallery in Berlin KG Harald Osinski, Germany
House of Culture Pivka Collection, Slovenia