Resilience – Stories of women inspiring change

Coming soon The World Press Photo Foundation and the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in collaboration with the Macedonian Centre for Photography and National Gallery present a selection of stories, awarded in the World Press Photo contests from 2000 to 2021, that highlight the resilience and challenges of women, girls and communities around the world. The exhibition conveys the commitment of the Netherlands to women’s rights and gender equality and justice, and explores […]

Conversation with the Artist – Driant Zeneli

Conversation with the Artist, August 30th, 2022, at 18:00, Chifte Hamam Respected audience, We are pleased to inform you that on August 30th, 2022, at 18:00, in Chifte Hamam, a conversation will be held with the artist Driant Zeneli, on the occasion of his current exhibition “Trilogy: Beneath the surface there is just another surface”, where the interested audience will have opportunity to get acquainted with the creative development of this internationally established author, his […]

Exhibition of Vasko Tashkovski in Daut Pasha Hamam

NI The National Gallery of Republic of North Macedonia has the special honour to announce the retrospective exhibition of the academician Vaso Tashkovski, a leading representative of surrealism, fantastic painting, ecological and cosmic themes in the Macedonian figurative art, with a wide affirmation in the Balkans, Europe and the world. According to his contemporaries, Vasko Tashkovski’s contribution to contemporary Macedonian art at the very beginning of his work is emphasized by following his own quiet […]

“Spaces of oblivion” by Aleksandra Petrusevska Ristovska in Mala stanica

The new reality confronts us with fundamental problems accumulated for decades; it faces us with the realization that the social fabric is fragile in dealing with the new challenges which require collective solutions. And when in front of a network of crossroads, we have a feeling that the basic existence is endangered. Albeit in times of crisis, culture and art come last, this double marginalization can, in turn, be a chance to look at reality […]

The necessity of starting a national cultural institution was generated in the first postwar years from the efforts to complement all the things that the Macedonian nation, due to the historical circumstances, was not able to accomplish in the past.

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