Oliver Musovikj

Born in Skopje | 1971

We present Oliver’s artwork included in the collection of MoCA: Hypsifobia, 2000, installation with wooden ladders, photography, text.

Born in Skopje, Macedonia | 1962

We present Jovan’s artworks from the series of works signed by Shumkovski and included in the collection of MoCA, mixed media on canvas, wood, metal:
Closed Eye, 1996 | Chardak, 1989-90 | Object 2, 1989

Born in Dubnica, Macedonia | 1960

Object from The Labyrinth 3, 1998, newspapers, 175 x 248cm and Object 2, 1991, oil on plywood, metal, 225x215x225cm.

Born in Kavadarci, Macedonia | 1956

In 1981 he graduated from the Academy of Arts in Belgrade, where he also studied as a post-graduate (1983-5). From the outset of his career Stefanov treated sculpture as an object or an installation of objects. In the mid-1980s he set up several installations and assemblages made of cotton, straw, grass, clay and wood in public sites in Kavadarci, as well as in galleries in Skopje, Belgrade and Zagreb. In 1986 he held a one-man exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Skopje, displaying the series Kites, made of straw. In 1988 he settled in London, where the narrative aspects of his work shifted from mythology to religion. In the early 1990s he produced a series of objects and installations entitled Seraphim, Cherubim and Thrones in the form of angels’ wings and discs, executed in straw and boards or tree trunks and branches. These he set up in the Whitechapel Art Gallery (1989), London, the Grizedale Forest (1990) in Cumbria and in Cirencester (1991). In 1993, together with the sculptor Petre Nikoloski (b 1959), he exhibited in the Macedonian section of the 45th Venice Biennale.

We present Gligor’s artworks from the series of works signed by Stefanov and included in the collection of MoCA:
Grabbing from the Space, 1985, straw on wooden support, 190 х 130 х 10 cm | Research with Hemp Canvas and Terra-Cotta, 1981, hemp canvas, terra-cotta, metal wire, 58x70x24cm

| Germany |

Born in Bamberg in 1961.

We present artwork signed by Ralf Siegemund included in the collection of MoCA:
Abandoned Landscapes, 1995, metal, perforated photograph, glass jar, 100 х 150 х 15см. (х 4)

| France/Germany |

Born in Frankfurt in 1927.


Claus Schultze, Relax, 1970

ceramics, 220 x 150 x 50 (1891)