Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje 17. December, 2020 – 28. February, 2021 Jovan Shumkovski’s retrospective exhibition, entitled Water | Wall presents the work of one of the most important and influential Macedonian artists, whose almost four decades of artistic practice has been defined by an incessant research and bold inventiveness
Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje From 15 December, at 16:00 h, the exhibition will be opened to the public view Curators of the exhibition are Mira Gakjina and Jovanka Popova. Works by Keti Chukhrov (Russia), Heather – Dewey Hagborg (USA), Coco Fusco (Cuba), Carlos Motta (Colombia), Shirin Neshat (Iran), Agnieszka
Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje 02. October – 05. November, 2020 Panic Room, Or: Leap Into Thinking 22nd of April, the day of planet Earth. This day has been marked for already half of century, aiming to emphasize the peoples awareness of the importance for preservation for healthy living environment.
Museum of Contemporary Art, Skopje 22. August 2020, 21,00 Ana Pavlović Denmark / 2018 / 67’, 28′ The film screening is organized in collaboration with the Festival for Feminist Culture FIRSTBORN GIRL. Curated by: Kumjana Novakova (Curatorial statement) On All Letters “To write at all is to say … all.
Museum of Contemporary Art, Skopje Online Film Program 02.07.2020 – 23.07.2020 Can we turn the frictionless knowledge, tools and spaces, but also immaterial labour and cultural work of the world wide web, the 2.0, into new radical revolutionary productive spaces and practices, beyond the inflated idea of the “internet as
Museum of Contemporary Art, Skopje Due to the current situation with the Corona virus the Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje is closed for visitors. The exhibition Skopje Resurgent could be visited virtually at the following link: линк
Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje 27. December, 2019 – 21. February, 2020 Under the influence of global crisis, where the feeling of possible end might not be only imagines, Prlja questions number of questions which reflect our current way of being, but also working as an artist. For example, she
Museum of Contemporary Art – Skopje 21 December, 2019 – 3. March, 2020 “All That We Have in Common” is a collective work, that emerges at times of uncertainty in the capitalist system, and through analysis of specific works of art and practices, aims to strip away the precarious
Museum of Contemporary Art- Skopje 17. / 18. December, 2019 The special program Yugoslav Experiment(s) is focused on the Yugoslav avantgarde cinema from the 60s and the 80s and will be presented in two program sequences at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Skopje. As a retrospective program, for the
Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje | Film and Video Program 06. – 10 December, 2019 If there is a material, technological, and industrial pollution, which exposes weather to conceivable risks, then there is also a second pollution, invisible, which puts time in danger; a cultural pollution that we have inflicted