That’s the title of a exhibit currently on show at the City Art Museum Ljubljana in the old town center, the most local to me of the Slovenian capital’s dozens of exhibit spaces.
“Better Doggy Style Than No Style”, which includes the works of Slovenian painters born in the early 1970s and who came of age in the early post-independence years of the 1990s, is described as an attempt to look at painting after the “end of styles”, thus the playful play on words that look great pointing down at the passersby on the street below.
I haven’t seen it yet, but I have yet to not enjoy an exhibit at Ljubljana’s City Art Museum. This is my reminder. Through 13 November.
From the promo and description material: