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New. Classic. Contemporary. Original. For you. A selection of catalogues and publications by Maribor Art Gallery is now available on AbeBooks.com online store! Purchase also possible at UGM ticket office.

UGM Club Members and Young Friends of UGM receive 30% discount on all publications and products of UGM.     

  • Saša Bezjak, Intimate

    7 € / 5 € (UGM Club Members)

    Saša Bezjak belongs to a young generation of artists and is very intimate in her creative process - she is a woman, a mother and a partner. The...

  • Zmago Jeraj, Painting, Drawing, Graphics, Photography

    20 € / 14 € (UGM Club Members)

    Slovene painter Zmago Jeraj received Prešeren award for his lifework in 2008. At his retrospective exhibition UGM published an extensive exhibition...

  • Stojan Kerbler, Backyards

    8 € / 6,40 € (UGM Club Members)

    The photographs of Stojan Kerbler are marked by documentary elements and great attention to composition, the reason why the comparison with French...

  • Polona Petek, Paintings 2001−2007

    SOLD OUT!

    Polona Petek (b. 1970), painter from the younger generation, is one of the most interesting artists of classical painting in Slovenia and is also...

  • Jan Oeltjen, Voyage Years, 1904−1930

    18 € / 12,5 € (UGM Club Members)

    Voyage Years, 1904–1930 present for the first time the ‘German’ part of Jan Oeltjen’s artwork and puts on show 70 aquarelles and oil paintings unknown...

  • Dušan Fišer

    3 € / 2,10 € (UGM Club Members)

    In his conceptual project Dušan Fišer (b. 1962) researches the mental structures of a space and exposes the human need for space exchange.

  • Anja Jerčič, Paintings 2003−2005

    6 € / 4 € (UGM Club Members)

    Anja Jerčič (b. 1975) paints plants in large dimensions, exposed to human sight. The plants are not exotic or mysterious and they don’t challenge the...

  • Sandi Červek, Paintings 2003−2005

    SOLD OUT!

    The catalogue presents extensive oevre of the painter created between 2003–2005. Sandi Červek (b. 1960) persistently supplements his ‘black pictures’.