SEE ME MOVING PLACELESS

Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje 29. September – 21. November, 2021 “See Me Moving Placeless” is an exhibition from the Art Collection Telekom, including works by the most representative Southeast Europe artists, aimed at illuminating the political landscapes, social developments and finding a point of cohesion in presenting the politics

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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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Film and Video

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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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Skopje Museum of Contemporary Art is part of Manifesta 14

Museum of Contemporary Art – Skopje is pleased to be a partner in the Manifesta 14 Western Balkans Project: Co-Producing Common Space and Shaping Formations of Solidarity in the Western Balkans and Beyond, co-funded by the European Union. As part of the program of this project, the Museum of Contemporary

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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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Public Lecture by Claire Bishop

Museum of Contemporary Art, Skopje Claire Bishop – Interventions: The Art of Political Timing Monday, 21 June 2021 at 19 00 CET This lecture offers a historical and theoretical analysis of the “intervention” as an artistic strategy, defining it as a self-initiated and disruptive gesture in the public sphere (understood as both

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Prize Winners at the 13. Biennial of Young Artists

A unanimous decision was made by the panel of judges Iva Dimovski (Art Historian), Velimir Zernovski (visual artist) and Jane Calovski (visual artist) to award the “The most successful artist and art piece” at the 13th International Biennial of young artists “Passion for wandering” equally between Natasha Nedelkova (R. North

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13.Biennale of Young Artists /ˈwɒndəlʌst/

Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje 19. May – 01. September 2021 The 13 International Biennial titled Wanderlust will started on 19th of May during which the art works of more than 30 local, regional and international artists were exhibited. The selected pieces of art are by artists from Macedonia, Serbia,

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Large Format

Museum of Contemporary Art, Skopje 10. May – 08. June, 2021 How do we perceive the format in art? Huge plastic ice cream, huge dogs with balloons, long rolls of painted canvases or simply enlarged photo portraits painted on buildings around the world are just some of the examples of

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