Nada Prlja: ADAN IN THE CITY OF FIRE

Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje 27. December, 2019 – 21. February, 2020 Under the influence of global crisis, where the feeling of possible end might not be only imagines, Prlja questions number of questions which reflect our current way of being, but also working as an artist. For example, she

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All That We Have in Common

Museum of Contemporary Art – Skopje   21 December, 2019 – 3. March, 2020 “All That We Have in Common” is a collective work, that emerges at times of uncertainty in the capitalist system, and through analysis of specific works of art and practices, aims to strip away the precarious

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Presentation of Anton Vidokle. Immortality for All: A Film Trilogy on Russian Cosmism

Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje 20. December, 2019, at 19H00 Today the Russian philosophy known as Cosmism has been largely forgotten. Its utopian tenets – combining Western Enlightenment with Eastern philosophy, Russian Orthodox traditions with Marxism – inspired many key Soviet thinkers until they fell victim to Stalinist repression. In

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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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Conscious Landscapes

Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje | Film and Video Program 06. – 10 December, 2019 If there is a material, technological, and industrial pollution, which exposes weather to conceivable risks, then there is also a second pollution, invisible, which puts time in danger; a cultural pollution that we have inflicted

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