Nov
7
to Dec 2

Exhibition: For the Love of Art

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The KAE Gallery’s last exhibition of 2018! Its been a great year and we want to celebrate our love for art! Artists submitted their favorite artwork that they’ve created. A little bit of paint, illustration, photography and sculpture. Enjoy and support local art.

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Nov
14
6:00 PM18:00

Book Promotion & Panel Discussion: Biber 02

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You’re invited to experience and hear about the new collection of Biber stories. This publication is the collection of short stories about reconciliation selected through the second Biber Competition. The Biber 02 collection contains 25 selected stories from over 350 entries. Stories written in Albanian, Macedonian, Bosnian, Croatian, Montenegrin and Serbian.

First prize went to the story Jedu ljudi i bez nogu [People Without Legs Eat Too] by Milica Vučković from Belgrade, the second prize was awarded to the story Čiko Zav [Mr Zav] by Dženeta Rovčanin from Sarajevo and the third prize to Семејството на чичко Аки [Uncle Aki’s Family] by Anuška Minovska from Skopje.

In addition, the evening will include a panel discussion with:

  • Kim Mehmeti, a writer from Skopje who was a member of the Jury in Biber's Kunkur

  • Verim Zimberi Beluli, author of the story

  • Andrea Popov Miletić, author of the story

  • Jasna Radulovic, the author of the story

  • Moderator: Aurela Kadriu

    We invite you to be part of the discussion held in Mitrovica. Previous discussion panels have been held in Zagreb and Tevov.

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Oct
14
2:00 PM14:00

Exhibition Closes: Capturing the City of Mitrovica

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The Kosovo Art Exchange Gallery is pleased to partner with the Muzeu i Mitrovicës (Museum of Mitrovica) to present their collection of photographs capturing the historic scenes of everyday life in Mitrovica during the early 20th century. During World War I Kosovo was divided into two occupied areas, the Bulgarian occupation and the Austro-Hungarian occupation. Mitrovica was part of the Austro-Hungarian occupation. The images in this exhibition reflect the social, economic, and cultural condition of the city with its surrounding landscape during this time period.

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