Critical art in Contemporary Macedonia, 2016
A book by Jon Blackwood. The first in-depth study, in English, of contemporary art in Macedonia. Featuring a critical introduction, and over twenty interviews with contemporary artists, cultural workers, curators and writers.
Blackwood, Jon. 2016. Critical Art in Contemporary Macedonia, Skopje: Mala Galerija, pages: OPA (cover page, 46, 66-67, 142, 166-181, 191, 205, 219, 242, 292, 328), Kooperacija (50-53, 108-110, 124, 172-177, 188-190, 205, 242-244, 328), link to download in .pdf
Critical art 2, 2014
A book by Nebojša Vilić. Conversations with: Igor Toševski, Valentino Dimitrovski, Liljana Nedelkovska, Aleksandar Stankovski, Stanko Pavleski, OPA, Lazo Plavevski, Biljana Isijanin, Atanas Botev and Tome Adžievski (in Macedonian).
Вилиќ, Небојша. 2014. Критичка уметност 2, Струга/Скопје: самиздат (печати по потреба дистрибуција), стр. 39-42, 70-72, 101-104, 118, 119-120, 122, 126, 133-135, 153, 154, 155
Transcript No.35, 2010
Visuals by OPA for the 35th issue of Transcript – Europe’s Online Review of International Writing.
A bi-monthly review of books and writing from around Europe, published by Literature Across Frontiers. The 35th issue brings poetry and fiction from Macedonia.
New Faces, 2006
In 2006, we were faced with an inspiring task: to present ourselves оn the pages called New Faces in the Art Republika magazine, pages dedicated to unknown young emerging artists. Feeling overlooked for several years in the local context, we decided to address that feeling: by limiting our biography to the period 1995-1999, the period of our appearance on the Macedonian art scene.
ОПА. 2006. Нови лица: Агресија на посесивната опсесија, Арт република, бр.5
Save the Dojran Lake! – Culture in Macedonia as an Eco-disaster, 2004
A contribution by OPA&HA in KUNST.EE, an Estonian quarterly periodical dedicated to the art scene in Estonia and various aspects of contemporary art and visual culture.
OPA&HA. 2004. Save the Dojran Lake! – Culture in Macedonia as an Eco-disaster, Kunst.ee, Estonia, 2/2004