Art on Ploter (Digitally printed Works in the MCA Skopje Collection)

Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje 02. April – 30. May 2019   Plotter art, as a segment of computer art, is not a novelty in the contemporary art practice. We emphasize this fact, since many people believe that computers have become an important element of contemporary art since the 2000s,

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filmer en femme / filming as a woman

Museum of Contemporary Art – Film and Video Programme What is Film? Agnès Varda   “Because we women are supposedly all the same! Nuisances, frivolous, gossips, bitches, sluts, etc!” Quote from Réponses de Femmes, Agnès Varda, 1975   “One million women in France have abortions every year. Condemned to secrecy,

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What is Film? Safia Benhaim

01 / 02 April 2019 Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje  Film and Video regular programme “What is Film?” presents series of screenings and talks aiming to set up the basis of long-term programming, research, and presentation of outstanding audiovisual works, defining the broad palette of the art of film in

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Lecture: Zdenka Badovinac

Comradeship: Curating, Art, and Politics in Post-Socialist Europe Museum of Contemporary Art – Skopje, Thursday 28. March 2019, starting at 20.00  “We are now in the second decade of the West taking interest in art from ‘other’ places. There are many reasons for this development, including the fall of communism in the

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FreeingSpace

Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje 12. March through 30. May 2019 The project and the exhibition Freeing Space critically confronts many of the issues imposed with the abrupt and ideologically and politically forceful transformation of the identity of the City of Skopje. In an utterly intensive construction offensive entitled “Skopje 2014”,

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Yane Calovski and Hristina Ivanoska: Epilogue (Form of an Argument)

Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje 11. November 2018 – 06. May 2019 Opening: Saturday, 10November, 2018 at 13:00h     The artistic practice of internationally recognized Macedonian artists, Yane Calovski and Hristina Ivanoska, which date since 2000, is complex and contextual. It is engaged with issues and concepts of architecture, history

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FORENSIC ARCHITECTURE: Unearthing State Violence

Lecture | 29 October | 19.30–21.30 Workshop | 30 October| 10.00–16.00   Contemporary conflict increasingly takes place in densely populated and mediatised environments. Accounts of human rights violations that occur within them abound, but are often distorted or simply muted by official narratives. Investigative access to these sites is primarily

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Mira Gacina i Jovanka Popova: Curating Urban Commons

Curators in Residence | Mira Gakjina and Jovanka Popova |  Curating Urban Commons Project at Limidity Temporary Art Projects  |  Morocco, 9-23 October, 2018   What is the input of social clashes in the process of producing contemporary art practices? How do we interpret different histories and its direct effect on urban development

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Reality Has to Begin

Film and Video Programs of the Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje and the International Documentary and Short Film Festival DokuFest, Prizren Present Reality Has to Begin Contemporary creative documentary film program Curated by Veton Nurkollari and Kumjana Novakova     Friday, October 12, 2018 at 20:00 H Did You Wonder

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The Art of Political Imagination, lecture by Stephen Duncombe:

Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje announces the lecture of Stephen Duncombe titled The Art of Political Imagination. Wednsday, October 17 at 19,30 H “Poetry is the way we give name to the nameless so it can be thought,” writes Audrey Lorde, deftly outlining the power of art to envision personal

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