ECSTATIC BODIES: Skopje Pride Weekend 2022

Museum of Contemporary Art SKopje 02. June – 02. July, 2022 This year is the 10th edition of the Skopje Pride Weekend, festival for queer arts, culture and theory, whose goal is creating space for presentation and promotion of non-normative forms of world-making, that is to say relations, affects, identity

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Ahmet Öğüt: JUMP UP!

Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje 26. May – 19. September, 2022 Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje is pleased to present the solo exhibition of Ahmet Öğüt, internationally acclaimed artist. Ahmet Öğüt’s projects are mosly focused on collecting local stories and looking for similarities elsewhere. Politically, the author reveals the complex

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Lazo Plavevski: On Thin Ice

Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje 16. April – 25. May 2022 This exhibition shows Lazo Plavevski’s work created in the last seven years. It is a collection of cartoons which he has had continuously published on the Okno web portal since 2015, while their realization was prompted by the crisis

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Natasha Nedelkova: Performing the Impersonal / Manifesting Speculum

Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje 07. – 25. May, 2022 “Performing the Impersonal / Manifesting Speculum” is a project of Nedelkova realized in the form of two video installations, The Act of Seeing and Manifesting Speculum in two separate areas at MoCA-Skopje. Reflections on female sexuality, political engagement, violence and

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Darko Aleksovski: Landscapes of Astonishment

Museum of Contemorary Art Skopje 02. April – 25. May, 2022 This project is a complex presentation of the search and wandering through everyday life, the emotional processes of falling in love and unrequited love, as well as the constant longing for new unfulfilled ways of remembering. “In this cycle

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Acquisitions – Donations 2017-2021

Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje 2. April – 15. May, 2022 “The principle of presenting acquisitions and donations to the public has been practiced by the museum since 1963. Until 2000, there were two separate exhibitions Donated Works and Acquisitions, which for the first time are combined in an exhibition

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Artur Żmijevski: Democracies / Realism

Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje 18. December 2021 – 31. March 2022 The solo exhibition Democracies / Realism by the renowned Polish artist Artur Żmijewski, one of the most important European artists of his generation, will feature two video installations, consisting of a selection of films from his major works,

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All That We Have in Common

Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje 18. December 2021 – 31. March 2022 The exhibition tends to explore the precarious socially critical production of discourses and its manifestations, as well as to analyze the conditions of insecurity in the capitalist local and global context by certain artworks and practices. The exhibition addresses works that show

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See Me Moving Placeless

Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje 29. September – 21. November, 2021 “See Me Moving Placeless” is an exhibition from the Art Collection Telekom, including works by the most representative Southeast Europe artists, aimed at illuminating the political landscapes, social developments and finding a point of cohesion in presenting the politics

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Prize Winners at the 13. Biennial of Young Artists

A unanimous decision was made by the panel of judges Iva Dimovski (Art Historian), Velimir Zernovski (visual artist) and Jane Calovski (visual artist) to award the “The most successful artist and art piece” at the 13th International Biennial of young artists “Passion for wandering” equally between Natasha Nedelkova (R. North

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