2020 exhibitions

10/24/2020 - 11/14/2020

The theme of Still-Utopia intentionally plays on the ambiguity of the word “still”: as something that’s persisting, but also immobile, as something caught at a “standstill.” Utopia can be anything you think of as connected to place, non-place, other places, dreams, visions for the future, impossible projects, or things that used to be thought impossible until they became true. The Islands are the fragments themselves that become archipelagos once they are connected with one another in the loose assemblage of the exquisite corpses.

07/14/2020 - 07/25/2020

By Appointment and during set hours: 2 people at a time can see the show, entering from the east side entrance and exiting thru the west side exit. Guests can chat with the artist in and outside the gallery on the ground floor keeping the required 6 feet distance. Sanitizers are at guests disposal and please wear masks. No masks, No entry

06/30/2020 - 07/13/2020

Online exhibition featuring works from artists from South Korea, USA, Macedonia, Serbia, India, Hungary, etc

01/16/2020 - 01/25/2020

Reception for the Artist on Thursday, January 16th from 6 to 9 pm with Special Guest performance by Simon Trpčeski: Slavcho Spirovski belongs to the younger generation of Macedonian artists. In addition to the undoubted gift of expressing himself in the language of fine art, he deeply and powerfully engenders existential secrets. His urge for creation finds its final meaning in the cosmological dimension whose character is above every forma mentis and intervenes with the ontological-personal spheres. In fact, the subject of his artistic vivisections are the secrets of transfigurations incomparably more important than the visual language.

01/15/2020 - 03/14/2020

Gallery MC presents works by a small list of artists it represents. Featuring works on paper by Don Porcaro, painting by Martin Mullin, small work on paper by Stephanie Albertson,  two paper media works by Ismet Ramichevic,  paintings by Mensur Bojda, two small marble sculptures by Gorazd Poposki and two photo works by Steven Crawford.

01/02/2020 - 01/08/2020

Sunday, Jan. 5th from 6 to 8 pm: The crucial points in Strahil Petrovski's pieces of art are his wish to reexamine the core civilizational values and creative principles of our existence (the ontological aspect of us as human beings), creation and freedom as opposed to self-destruction and the need to channel the subjective reactions caused by the negative reflections of the turbulent decades-long crises, distorted values, unscrupulousness, times of constant fear and destruction of all kinds and the devastating chaos that is almost always irreversible.