The Greek Collection in МoCA Skopje

Museum of Contemporary Art, 26. 07. – 10. 09. 2018 The political distance and the resulting cultural lapse between neighboring Republic of Macedonia and Republic of Greece until recently has been contemplated as an impenetrable enigma. And yet, instances of true connection were still achieved by the artists of both

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Velimir Zhernovski, Beyond the Blackness

Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje, 1. June – 1. July 2018   Scientists claim that the uncontrolled exploitation of natural resources and reckless activities have disturbed the balance of natural order on Earth. The ability to alter nature made humans the chief geological factor leading to catastrophic shifts in the

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All That We Have In Common

 Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje, 18 April – 05 June 2018 Maria Papadimitriou, Agrimika, 2015 To live in an unhomely world, to find its ambivalences and ambiguities enacted in the house of fiction or its sundering and splitting performed in the work of art is also to affirm a profound

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Pre-Fabric: Growing Houses of Skopje

Museum of Contemporary Art: 13th March – 3rd April 2018 On July 26, 1963, at the height of the Cold War, a cataclysmic earthquake destroyed large areas of the city of Skopje. This natural disaster resulted in a wave of international solidarity and led to a joint humanitarian project that

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“The Forgotten Macedonian Artists” will be introduced with Mihajlo Arsovski exhibition

The Forgotten at MCA Mihajlo Arsovski is the first author in the Forgotten Macedonian Artists series. The aim of this series is to highlight the significance of the Macedonian artists who have contributed to the establishment of the art scene outside their homeland, yet, unfortunately, have not received sufficient exposure

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Kale, Cultural Fortress

07. – 21. 10. 2016 Kale – cultural fortress is a project that treats the spatial planning of the central Skopje hill called Kale covering an area from the medieval fortress to the French military cemetery. There are two important cultural monuments dominating the hill: the medieval fortress and the

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