At the begining of October the group exhibition of 25 academic Macedonian artist was open. The exhibition characterized different styles, poetics and age. The youngest artist was not thirty yet and the oldest one had nearly eighty. Following artists presented thier works to our audience: Tome Serafimovski, Djoko Matevski, Vanco Djordjievski, Alexandar Risteski, Saso Popovski, Jovan Sumkovski, Ivan Velkov, Mile Korubin, Vladimir Georgievski, Trajce Jancevski, Kole Manev, Gligor Cemerski, Elizabeta Avramovska, Zoran Jakimovski, Dijana Tomic Radevska, Slavica Janeslieva, Lidija Vujisic, Djordji Culakovski, Boro Mitriceski, Ilija Adzievski, Angel Nacevski, Petar Hadzi Boskov, Lidija Grujic, Zaneta Vangeli i Atanas Atanasoski. This exhibition represented the historycal idea of connecting people from both sides as well as the creative art dialogue between cultures. In addition to many artists and journalists from Serbia and Macedonia at the opening ceremony attended Macedonian Ambasador in Belgrade Mr. Slavko Miloslavevski and Serbian Ambasador in Macedonia Mr. Zoran Janackovic. The guest of the Studio was painter Alexandar Risteski who finished Art Academy in Belgrade and who done oil on canvas “Serbia and NATO” while one month staying in Valjevo. World’s well known sculptor Tome Serafimovski gave his sculpture “Skoplje ’63” as a gift to the Studio. The exhibition was very well accepted by the audience as well as by art critics. Also, it excited huge publicity.
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