Igor Josifov


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Igor Josifov
About the author

Igor Josifov (Macedonian, b. 1986) is a visual and performance artist who exhibits and performs internationally. Josifov began exhibiting his work in 2000 at the age of 14 at The International Museum of Children’s Art in Norway and has since then exhibited and performed worldwide. 2008: "Reflection on originality" The Watermill Center, New York 2009: "2-Dimensional" - Art Institute, Chicago; 2010: “Marina Abramovic: The Artist is present” - MoMA, New York; "Lost bodies" - Mala Stanica/ National Gallery of Arts, Skopje; 2011: Aesthetics of disappearance, Al Qasba, Maraya Art Centre, Sharjah 2012: Igor Josifov – selected works (2007 -2012), Museum of Contemporary Arts, Skopje 2014:“Taming Fire” - Yellowstone Art Museum, Billings, Montana; 2 dimensional at the Onassis Cultural Center in Athens; Art Paris at the Grand Palais, Paris, SFIAF Bearing Witness at Fort Mason's Herbst Pavilion, San Francisco. Josifov is famous for the diversity of his work and his use of the human body to share his views about our contemporary world. As a performance artist he uses all types of media to create his performances. His works seem to all have a touch of theatricality, being quite striking visuals offering various metaphoric meanings.