Yane Calovski & Hristina Ivanoska_ACT_Magazin_Interview_2012

A guided video tour | Yane Calovski: Personal Object

Welcome to a guided video tour of Yane Calovski’s exhibition ’Personal Object’, where the director and curator of Kohta, Anders Kreuger, introduces individually six works from the exhibition. https://kohta.fi/event/a-guided-video-tour-yane-calovski-personal-object/ Educated in the US, Japan and the Netherlands, Yane Calovski (North Macedonia, 1973) has been active in the Macedonian capital Skopje since the

“In the pause of a gesture there might be an echo”, a conversation between Jeroen Boomgaard and Yane Calovski

Source: http://www.inthepauseofagesturetheremightbeanecho.eu/index.php/en/22-titlescat/65-30-4-2020-17-14-jeroen-boomgaard-and-yane-calovski-started-a-conversation Dear visitor, The conversation below is an exchange between two people who until recently were not aware of each other’s practices. Both Jeroen Boomgaard and Yane Calovski were invited to contribute to the symposium. Knowing their work and domains of interest we thought that an animating discussion could


Every time we experience loss of something associated with our collective history, be it a document, a building or a person, we feel that we lose our footing in both the present and the future. A disconcerting, disorienting and ultimately debilitating sensation. Moreover, the ideology of remembering and archiving is

Yane Calovski and Hristina Ivanoska’s “Epilogue (A Form of an Argument)”, review by Anders Kreuger

ART AGENDA REVIEW, by Anders Kreuger November 11, 2018–March 15, 2019 Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje, Skopje In the age of belated terrestrial awareness and multiple other opportunities and threats foisting themselves upon us daily, the joint solo exhibition by Yane Calovski and Hristina Ivanoska at the Museum of Contemporary Art

Yane Calovski in CrossSections, curated by Basak Senova

ARTISTIC RESEARCH & PROCESS   CrossSections is aimed at supporting the artists’ work and their production processes, without imposing an existing pre-defined theme. By placing the artistic production at the centre of its research and plot, CrossSections is shaped by the cumulative interdisciplinary input and data through meetings, residencies, performative