by photographer Stefano Perego
In February 2018, we had the honor to host Stefano Perego, the world known photographer from Milan, with his presentation by the title FOSSILIZED MODERNISM. The presentation was held in the Museum of Contemporary Arts in Skopje where the photographer shared his photographic experience from Armenia, Georgia, Middle Asia, Slovakia and their architectural heritage that holds great value, but is unrecognized or unknown to the world.
During his stay in Skopje, he continued his photographic research and captured some of the buildings from the XX century in Skopje.
The photos below are his work shared at his Instagram profile.
Check out the video of the live streamed lecture at the bottom.
Photography of the event: Elena Fidanska.
Universal Hall, by architects Jaroslav Stankov, Ljubomir Stankov, Vladimir Stankov and K.Stankova Mutafova, 1966.
Post Office, by architect Janko Konstantinov, 1974-1986.
Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, by architect Marko Mušič, 1970-1974.
Cathedral of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, by architect Blagoja Mickovski, 1977.
Nikola Karev High School, by architect Janko Konstantinov, 1968.
Medical High School “Panche Karagjozov”, by architect Janko Konstantinov, 1968-1970.
Universal Hall, by architects Jaroslav Stankov, Ljubomir Stankov, Vladimir Stankov and K. Stankova Mutafova, 1966.
Student Dormitory “Goce Delchev”, by architect Georgi Konstantinovski, 1969.
Post Office, by architect Janko Konstantinov, 1974- 1986.
Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, by architect Marko Music, 1970 -1974.
Medical High School “Panche Karagjozov”, by architect Janko Konstantinov, 1968 -1970.
Fossilized Modernism with Stefano Perego Photography
Posted by MELEEM Skopje on Saturday, February 3, 2018