The exhibition at the Murska Sobota Gallery sheds light on the artistic role and artistic legacy of Lojze Logar in Pomurje. Logar was one of the first managers of the Exhibition Pavilion by architect Novak, the predecessor of the Murska Sobota Gallery. In the first half of the 1970s, after graduating, as an important representative of the so-called second generation of Ljubljana School of Graphics , he returned to Radenci and, as a founding member of the DHLM group (Ladislav Danč, Štefan Hauko, Lojze Logar, Franc Mesarič), brought modernism to the Pomurje area with his pop art graphics and paintings. The core of the exhibition is represented by works created after the period of pop art and a short conceptual phase: dark gouaches in the manner of action painting and minimalist Black Pictures are on display, followed by the distinctly colorful and sensuous series of paintings and graphics David's Gardens, for which the artist received an award in 1987 Prešeren Fund.
Curator of the exhibition: Irma Brodnjak Firbas