Macedonia , b.
Tomo Vladimirski (1904-1971)
"I live to paint and I paint to live"
Another representative of the contemporary Macedonian art scene, whose work and life is related to the beginnings and development of the Macedonian modern art from the 30’s of the 20th century. We present to you one of the founders of the Macedonian fine and theatrical art - Tomo Vladimirski,
1904 Born in Skopje
1922-1933 Educated in Belgrade, with professors: Beta Vukanovik, Ljuba Ivanovik, Milan Milovanovik and Ivan Radoviќ
1933-1935 Completes Academic Course in Belgrade
1935-1937 Specializes with Professor Jakob Obrovski at the Academy of Arts in Prague
1937 Prague, the first solo exhibition at the Tirshav House
Skopje, solo exhibition, Friends of France club,
1938 Bitola, solo exhibition, former Mortgage Bank,
Skopje, first employment as a professor of drawing at the Evening Trade School
1939 Skopje, solo exhibition, Formal Hall in the Primary School "Tzar Dusan"
1939-1965 Skopje, works as a set designer at the Macedonian National Theater
1943 Skopje, solo exhibition, School "Knez Simeon Trnovski"
1947 Moscow and Leningrad, study tour
1947 Skopje, receives an award from the Government of the Republic of Macedonia for fine art
1950 Skopje, receives an award from the Government of the Republic of Macedonia for scenography
1954 Italy, study trip
1955 Belgrade, Order of Labor of the III order with a Decree of the President of the Republic
1957 Paris, three-month study stay
1960 Skopje, Writers' Club, solo exhibition on "Beside Vardar"
1961 Skopje, October Award for the exhibition "Beside Vardar"
1964 Skopje, memorial plaque of the City of Skopje by the Assembly of the City of Skopje
1965 Belgrade, Order of Labor with a gold wreath
1966 Skopje, retires on January 1
1967 Skopje, October Lifetime Achievement Award
1968 Skopje, solo exhibition "Art Night of Tomo Vladimirski", Center for Culture and Information.
1970 Skopje, solo exhibition "Тhrough Radika", Art Gallery "Skopje" (Daut-Pashin Amam)
1971 Kumanovo, solo exhibition "Through Radika", Art Gallery
09.1971 The painter Tomo Vladimirski died suddenly
1981 Skopje, Retrospective-monographic exhibition, Museum of Contemporary Art
2004 Skopje, Retrospective exhibition "100 years since the birth of Tomo Vladimirski",
National Gallery of Macedonia
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