recarious Workers Monument (2015) by Alicja Rogalska. Photo: Bogna Kociumbas.

Bite the Hand That “Feeds” You: Social works of resistance in the City of Women’s past, present and futures

Conversation with Kristina Leko in Katja Praznik
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Since 2017, osborn&møller have been researching and reflecting on City of Women’s distinctive approach to feminist curating, and the ways in which this resonates with their own curatorial collaboration. The year 2019 marks the culmination of this work, as osborn&møller curate a programme for the 25th anniversary edition.

This includes a solo exhibition and residency by artist Alicja Rogalska (ŠKUC Gallery and Švicarija), an online exhibition Looking Back to Look Forward of the City of Women archival material on the Web Museum (MG+MSUM) and a conversation with Kristina Leko and Katja Praznik about different aspects of socially engaged art and the working conditions of artists who create it. 

Free entrance.


Produced by: City of Women; supported by: The Public Fund for Cultural Activities, Danish Arts Foundation, British Council, Arts Council England (Artist International Development Fund), i-Portunus (Creative Europe), Ministry of Culture, City of Ljubljana.

Date and time of event: 
Oct 10th 17:00
Place of event: 
Škuc Gallery