The Museum of Contemporary Art – Skopje announces that extraordinarily prolific new issue of The Large Glass Journal is out now. The volume delineates ‘THE MIGRANT FLOWS AT THE EDGE OF ARTISTIC-POLITICAL’. The contributors to this issue are Thomas Nail, Stefan Jonsson, Anne-Laure Amilhat Szary, Maggie ONeill, John Perivolaris, Richard
Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje 18. – 31. December 2020 The Museum of Contemporary Art – Skopje from December 18 to 31 presents the latest online film programme entitled “Post-Yugoslavs: Exile is (not) just another line in one’s biography.” The program cycle builds on last year’s special program of the
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 Online Lecture, Thursday, 14. November, 2020 at 07,30 PM This lecture is organized as a part of the interdisciplinary programme named Dis/ordering the Art World. Chantal Mouffe – A political theorist educated at the universities of Louvain, Paris, and Essex, Chantal Mouffe is Professor of
Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje Thursday, 29. October, 2020, beginning at 06.30 PM Politicians and intellectuals who insist on universal truths are creating a condition where the absence of emergency is the greatest emergency. At the center of this condition is the belief that there are no alternatives to the
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 Information for the visitors According to the latest measures and recommendations of the Government and the Ministry of Health of the Republic of North Macedonia to prevent the spread of COVID – 19 (coronavirus) disease, the Museum of Contemporary Art – Skopje will be closed