“Picasso Maybe I” exhibition by Filip Fidanovski

On Tuesday, the 25th of October 2022, in honour of the 140th anniversary of the birth of Pablo Picasso, Filip Fidanovski presented the exhibition “Picasso Maybe I”.

Filip was inspired by the original paintings of Pablo Picasso and by using the method of cubism, the style which was used by the famous aforementioned Spanish artist, built several portrait sculptures made of clay and porcelain. This exhibition was financed by the Embassy of the Kingdom of Spain which is carrying out a series of exhibitions dedicated to the great Spanish artist Pablo Picasso.

At the “Picasso Maybe I” exhibition, 10 portrait sculptures made of ceramics were displayed, also inspired by the works of Pablo Picasso. In this exhibition, in addition to the portrait sculptures which were done by “extracting” Picasso’s works from the paintings and materializing them into porcelain, clay and ceramics, remakes of Picasso’s original works were also presented, from which Fidanovski takes inspiration for his works.

The Embassy of the Kingdom of Spain, in addition to promoting Spanish artists, successfully collaborates and supports many artists who nurture the Spanish artistic spirit.

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