All the Love
Museum of Contemporary Art – Skopje / SKOPJE (North Macedonia)
15.12.2020 – 01.03.2021
All The Love exhibition aims to explore ethics, aesthetics and the politics of love as radicalism through the analysis of specific works of art and practices.
Beginning from the avant-garde and radical politics of the last century, the discourse of Love is at the very center of political and social change shaped by women's, LGBT rights, different ways of civil struggles. Starting from the notion that capitalism inevitably seeks focuses on the self, the exhibition raises the questions of the possibilities of the world as created and lived from the perspective of differences and not identity. On the other side, while love is determinated through the duality, politics is manifested through the collective. Following the definition in which politics is collective, the only way to make a significant connection between politics and love is to think about how the common order will rethink love and allow it to be created in new ways that are disabled by capitalism.
Hence, the exhibition raises questions about the possible feasible and positive alternatives for acting from the domain of common, on the ground between political and private with new types of organizations, structures and community.
Curated by Mira Gakina and Jovanka Popova