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“Observation without an observer” exhibition in Skopje

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Skopje, 17 October 2016/Independent Balkan News Agency

By Naser Pajaziti

The exhibition “Observation without an observer” has been opened in Skopje. This exhibition is rich with paintings and drawings which show the presence of a human being, the body and their modifications from the artistic point of view.

“Besides the subjective context, the works also reflect a social and cultural reality”, said the organizer of the exhibition, Dejan Bugevac.

This exhibition saw the participation of recent authors such as Mirna Arsovska and Velimir Zernovski from FYROM, Ino Zeljak and Goran Skofic from Croatia, Verica Kovacevska (FYROM/Switzerland), Julian Kran from Germany and Tijana Lukovic and Marija Kalic from Serbia. /balkaneu.com/

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