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Arat 20

Tatjana Maneva

Debora Ruppert

Mia Stojanovic

Milos Vasiljevic

Gaudeamus igitur

Mimoza Veliu

Reading the City: Skopje

Tomislav Todorovic

Saso Popovski

Mile Saula

Antoni Maznevski

 Artophilia 

Sinisa Prvanov

 

27.02. - 21.03.2009

"Artophilia"

Kokan Grcev (Mixtechnik)

Nikola Grozdanovski (Aquarell)

Igor Trpceski (Fotografie)

Kiro Urdin (Dokumentarfilm)

 

            

       Kokan Grcev (Mixtechnik)                                                 Igor Trpceski (Fotografie)

       

                                  Nikola Grozdanovski (Aquarell)                                      Kiro Urdin (Dokumentarfilm)

         

ART is the process or product of deliberately arranging elements in a way that appeals to the sense or emotions. It encompasses a diverse range of human activities, creations, and modes of expression.
PHILIA (Greek: φιλα) in Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics is usually translated as 'friendship', though in fact his use of the term is rather broader than that.
    

         

                   Kokan Grcev                                  Goran Grozdanovski                               Jovan Balov

 

(MIA, 26.02.2009)

As of Friday, Berlin-based gallery "Prima Center Berlin" will host exhibition titled "Artophilia" of Macedonian painters Kokan Grcev, Nikola Grozdanovski, Igor Trpceski and Kiro Urdin, who are successful in other professions besides art.
Nikola Grozdanovski works as general practitioner Croatia. He is an affirmed painter, organizing a number of solo shows and receiving awards during his 40-year career. He will present aquarelles of old village houses at "Artophilia".
Skopje architecture professor Kokan Grcev is inspired by the human body, which he dramatically paints and draws.

Igor Trpceski is a Prilep actor, who photographs the town's urban identity and documents numerous sculptures.
Kiro Urdin is an internationally renowned painter, who lives both in Macedonia and Belgium. His latest documentary "Fire and Water" will be presented at the Berlin exhibition.
"Artophilia" is funded by the Ministry of Culture. Macedonian artist Jovan Balov, who manages "Prima Center Berlin" is the exhibition initiator and curator.