Expert talks – Social Engaged Art in the New Reality 

The Museum of Contemporary Art in Skopje announces the first in a series of expert talks which will take place as part of the Manifesta 14 Western Balkans Project.  The event will take place on-site, on November 10th at 7pm CET, at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Skopje. Manifesta

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Sandlines, the Story of History, Film of Francys Alys

Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje Film Programs, Tuesday, 28. September, 2021 at 20,00 Contemporary Belgian and Mexican artist Francis Alÿs has created more than just a history of Iraq from the Sykes-Picot agreement in 1916 to the Islamic State’s influence of terror in 2016. It can rather be considered the

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HOW TO DESTROY TIME MACHINES

Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje Film programmes: Wednesday, 22. September, 2021, at 20,00 This one is a film for your ears. It focuses on Jeph Jerman, an Arizona-based experimental musician, on his passion for sounds and his unique perception of the world. Jeph doesn’t want to get into time machines,

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Saskia Sassen and Ana Ivanovska Deskova on “Utopian Urbanism, the Global City and Skopje”

Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje 26. July, 2021, at 8PM On the closing of a long-term project Skopje Resurgent, prof. Saskia Sassen and prof. Ana Ivanovska Deskova will have public presentations on the Utopian Urbanism, the Global City and Skopje. The Skopje Resurgent project was realized by the Museum of

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Santiago Zabala: Art and the Global Return to Order – Online Talk

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

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10-02-2020 | Zelimir Zilnik: From the Margins to Dystopia

Museum of Contemporary Art, Skopje Monday, 10. February, 2020 at 19.00 The Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje organize a conversation with the film director Zelimir Zilnik, followed by the screening of the feature film Pretty Women Walking Through the City (1987, 100min.) and the short film We Are Little Pioneers

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Yugoslav Experiment(s)

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

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13-12-2019 | Book Launch: Skopje Walkie Talkie

Museum of Contemporary Art, Skopje 13. December, 2019, at 18H30 Introduction by: Susanne Hefti, Damjan Kokalevski & Ivana Kostovska Guest: Suzana Milevska Skopje Walkie Talkie focuses on how public spaces are being transformed to legitimize and reinforce populist, nationalist power structures. Using Skopje as an example, it points out how

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9-5-2019| 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, they do

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29-10-2018 | 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 a

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