Lecture by Mark Bassin: Politicizing the Landscape

Museum of Contemporary Art, Skopje 07. October, 2019, at 07,00   The lecture Politicizing the Landscape will examine discourses around nature and landscape in the Soviet art criticism of the Stalin period. Far from being subordinated to the themes of industrial construction and socialist transformation, the depiction of nature was

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Lecture by Tania Bruguera: Political Timing Specific

Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje 02. October 2019   Political Timing Specific is a term coined by Tania Bruguera to define a type of art that is created to exist at specific political moment which gives the art work potential political and social impact. As it is not enough anymore

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RANKO DAKIKJ – Exile

Museum of Contemporary Art – Skopje 24. September – 14. October 2019   The art work of Ranko Dakikj (1958, Скопје) will not open some stunning new views in painting or sculpture, which are two main media of his interest. Newness is something that is hardly expected by any work of art nowadays. But

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Am I That Name or That Image?

Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje 27. September – 27. October, 2019   For the first time in history, the Museum of Contemporary Art – Skopje is hosting the Museum of Contemporary Art MOMus from Thessaloniki, neighboring Republic of Greece. Thus, a large exhibition under the title Am I That Name

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Awards Anouncement

Brief report on the results of the work of the Competition Commission for the design of a conceptual architectural and urban solution for arrangement of the hill Kale   Seventeen (17) works participated in the competition for the design of a conceptual architectural and urban solution for arrangement of the

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Gligor Stefanov – Grabbing of the Space: Retrospective exhibition 1981 – 2019

Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje 19. June – 16. September 2019     Chronology of the creation of the works At the end of the 70’s Gligor Stefanov made his attempts  through a variety of sculptural materials for him, such as gypsum, casting hemp, waste wool, and the like. It

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Perceptions: Engendered 

  MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART | SKOPJE 12 JUNE – 12 AUGUST   Perceptions: Engendered at the Museum of Contemporary Art – Skopje is the last show of the collaborative curatorial project Perceptions, which focuses on female art. Conceived as a collaboration among five curators from the Western Balkans, the project presented

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Nada Prlja, Subversion to Red

Pavilion of the Republic of North Macedonia at 58th Venice Biennale Project: SUBVERSION TO RED Artist: NADA PRLJA   The Republic of North Macedonia is represented by Subversion to Red, a solo exhibition by the artist Nada Prlja, at the 58th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia. Commissioned

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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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