Days of Macedonian Culture manifestation resumes Sunday with an exhibition dubbed "Made in Macedonia" by the Museum of Contemporary Arts in Pall Mall gallery in downtown London.
Macedonia's contemporary art will be presented through the works by Antoni Maznevski, Tome Adzieski, Atanas Atanasovski, Blagoja Manevski, OPA group, Ismet Ramicevic, Vana Urosevic, Iva Dimeska, Aleksandra Perusevska, Jovan Sumkovski, Simon Semov and Zaneta Vangeli.
Museum's director Eliza Suleska has voiced her hopes that the exhibition would attract many visitors from the British capital, because "all of the artists are renowned throughout the world."
The exhibit will run till May 12.
The Days of Macedonian Culture started on May 3 with a concert by pianist Simon Trpceski and the London Philharmonic Orchestra at Royal Albert Hall. The event resumes on May 12 and 13 with a performance of Henry VI Part 3, one of William Shakespeare's plays, by a cast of 13 actors from the Bitola National Theater at the Globe theater. It ends on May 14 with a promotion of 130 books of Macedonian literature translated into English language.