“Dimitar Kondovski – The artist for artists” is the title of the exhibition that opens on Monday, April 3rd at 7 pm in the Macedonian National Theater.
The exhibition dedicated to the artwork of Dimitar Kondovski, produced by the Museum of the Macedonian National Theater, will mark 72 years since the performance of the first play "Platon Krechet". Good cause for pointing out another day to remember in the history of MNT, but also in the cultural history of Macedonia, is the 90th anniversary of the birth of undoubtedly the largest and most productive portrait painter, set designer, costume designer, illustrator, artist and art teacher - Dimitar Kondovski.
The authors of the exhibition Jasminka Namiceva and Ekaterina Namiceva through this year's exhibition will try to discover part of "the hidden world" of Kondovski, exposing for the first time to the audience myriad of portraits in various painting techniques, drawings, stage design sketches, costume analyzes and countless seemingly insignificant notes from which were born the portraits of a whole gallery of characters who breathe still in front of us with the timeless breath which with his painting magic, Dimitar Kondovski put in them and elevated them to eternity.
Without the enormous commitment of Mrs. Hildegard Kondovska who wholeheartedly hthelped in the selection of works, this exhibition would have been impossible. Author of the photographs is Filip Kondovski and an expert collaborator is the biggest connoisseur of the work of Kondovski - Mr. Emil Aleksiev. Within the virtual concept developed for several years, the Museum of MNT, for this exhibition as well will make a virtual 360 ° tour, which will be available on the website of MNT.
“The females and few males”, second solo exhibition of Zoran Cardula will open on Saturday, March 25tha t 8 pm in National gallery “Cifte Hamam” in Skopje.
The topic of this exhibition will be the same as in his first, “The Woman” - her beauty, mystique and elegance, but as the name of the exhibition reads few males appear. The works are made in digital graphics (a combination of ink wash techniquewith digital color). Exhibited will be 40 works made in the period from 2015 to 2017.
The exhibition will be open from March 25th to March 31st.
Exhibition of works by Gligor Vaskov and Angel Korunovski will be opened on Friday, March 17th at 8 pm in Gallery YCC.
Angel Korunovski’s sculptures and canvases of Gligor Vaskov are genesis, sublimation of today, with connectivity, fluid, identity in thought and intellect, and in different art areas.
The ten-year friendship, thoughts, observations, illusions, doubts, visions of the two artists, bear and bring to this meaningful project (joint exhibition).
Based solely on the aesthetic character and factor without pretentiousness, limiting their activities, Korunovski - Vaskov choose manipulating elements such as shape, texture, line, tone.
The joint exhibition of sculptor Korunovski and painter Vaskov in the future may encourage a different interaction as a whole, a totally different version to the observer in the given time and space.
“Whispers of the subconscious” is the title of the exhibition of Gordana Vincic and Igor Ljubovcevski opening on Tuesday, March 7th at 8 pm in Wonderlust café and store, located on street Macedonia in the center of Skopje.
-Through abstract works we come in closest contact with our subconscious. In the works we use visual language and forms that are independent from visual references in the real world. They are subjective and imagined, created immediately, spontaneously, with dynamic automatism at the time of the performance. Giving it to the subconscious in the very creation we came in contact with the most sincere feelings. We wish the same for the observer – say the authors in the invite for the exbition.
Gordana Vinchik is a Macedonian born artist living and creating in Malmo, Sweden. She has exhibited together with her sister in France, Sweden, England and Macedonia, as well as several solo exhibitions one of which at the Puskinska 10 museum in Sankt Petersburg in 2015.
Igor Ljubovcevski is an artist born, educated and working in Skopje. After graduating the faculty of fine arts, he has taken part in group exhibitions like the Osten Bienale of drawing and international ones like the exhibition “Show you Hope”.
All fans of great designs, good drink, socializing and conversations are invited in “Brick Bar” on March 1st! Your favorite bar this time in the role of a host of designed and handcrafted lamps that will delight you with the uniqueness, modernity and minimalist design.
“Light connection” is a project of designer Elena Dinovska Zarapchiev, who has extensive experience in the field of design (graphic, industrial) and scenery for film and theater. Lamps from the collection are made of MDF with walnut veneer, and the table lamps have beech legs.
On Wednesday, March 1st starting at 7 pm “Brick Bar” is the place of enjoyment, great fun, great music and beautiful designs!