I saw the pines grow / Day X
Ana Zibelnik and Jaka Gerčar
15 x 20 cm
36 pages, 23 black and white plates, 13 text pages
Hp Indigo print
Edition 150, numbered
Poster 30x40cm, edition of 50
"Day X is a series of 5 publications, each featuring a one-day collaboration between a writer and a photographer working in Europe.
For “I saw the pines grow” the Slovenian team of photographer Ana Zibelnik and author Jaka Gerčar spent a day in the summer of 2019 walking through the Karst, the remote and rocky region at the borders of Slovenia and Italy. Guided by and in conversation with the philosopher and writer Marko Uršič they touch upon themes such as time and metaphysics and their relationship to the act of walking and to landscape."
Running Falling Flying Floating Crawling
Edited by Mark Alice Durant
Running Falling Flying Floating Crawling is a loose compendium of photographs and texts that picture, examine, explore, and / or suggest the human body in states of abandon, helplessness, terror, subjugation, serenity, and transcendence.
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“V zagovor umrljivosti” (In defence of mortality), by Pia Prezelj, Delo, 2020
GUP New 2020 book, cover
GUP #64, Silhouette, portfolio
Aint–Bad Issue #14, by Carson Sanders, 2019
Valley of the Strange, book, ISSP Gallery & PARALLEL Photo Platform, curated and edited by Eric Lawton
Beautiful dissonance in Ana Zibelnik’s images (British Journal of Photography), The Heavy Collective, Booooooom, Der Greif Artist blog 1, 2, 3, Burn Magazine, C41 Magazine FotoRoom, Yet Magazine, AINT–BAD Magazine, FK Magazine, Vizkultura, FD Persoonlijk, Der Greif, L'Oeil de la Photographie, GUP New, Pakhuis de Zwijger – New Perspectives, Phases Magazine
Urgent Arts of Living exhibition was presented at Kaunas Photography Gallery, in June 2019, in the framework of the Parallel platform second cycle.
Works by Marie Lukasiewicz, Fabio Cunha, Ana Zibelnik
Curated by Cale Garrido
Co-published by Kaunas Photography Gallery and Parallel Platform
Designed by Tom Mrazauskas
Printed by Kopa in Kaunas
Edition of 700 copies
If Slovenia Were - published by Krško Cultural Centre
Slovenia, November 2018.
Design: Ana Zibelnik
A 155 x 220 mm box of 19 hand sewn notebooks.
Introductory essays by Klavdij Sluban (curator) and Cristophe Laloi.
Slovenian and English.
Jošt Dolinšek, Jošt Franko, Katja Goljat, Ciril Jazbec,
Irena Jurca, Jurij Korenjak, Primož Korošec, Meta Krese,
Tereza Kozinc, Robert Marin, Dejan Mijovič, Matej Povše,
Boštjan Pucelj, Matjaž Rušt, Klemen Skubic, Nina Sotelšek,
Ana Zibelnik, Manja Zore.
Available at: https://galerijafotografija.si/spletna-knjigarna/knjige/ce-bi-slovenija-bila/