Ana Jovanovska is interested in combining the word and the image and exploring or depicting themes that have a social element and impact, presenting it through art that mirrors back the reality of today’s society. She explores how perspectives work with human conditioning starting from the communication of an idea through symbols and signs, language to image… debating the structure of society is in many ways conditioned by the structure of language itself. Her practice is rooted in deep observation and reaction to the current times and spaces, affected by the moralizing of traditions and a sense of urgency in the discourse of contemporaneity. Hence, she is interested in research based on creative rethinking, re-imagining, and re-telling a narrative.
Ana has a master in fine arts and more than 20 awards, 12 independent and more than 200 group exhibitions in Macedonia and abroad, like Serbia, Montenegro, Greece, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Slovenia, Romania, Czech Republic, Poland, Russia, Italy, France, Germany, Austria, Spain, Portugal, Mexico, Argentina, Peru, Colombia, India, Israel, Indonesia, Nigeria, UK, USA and so on.