Kiro Urdin’s documentary film ‘Dogona’ will be shown to the Macedonian audience on Wednesday 12 December 2018, as part of the “Spirits of Africa – West African Ritual Art” visiting exhibition which will be taking place at the Museum of Macedonia.
On 2nd June Kiro Urdin will be officially preseted with the lifetime achivement award “Frédéric Rossif” for documentary film-making at the South East European Film Festival in Paris. His most recent feature documentary “Life and Death” will be projected at the event.
Solo exibition featuring Kiro Urdin most recent artworks is opening tomorrow in MM Gallery, Brussels.
The exibition will be open from 27.04 to 20.05 at MM Gallery.
Works by Kiro Urdin will be exibited in Tom D. Jones Gallery in Knokke, Belgium, opening 16 December.
Kiro Urdin’s work will be on display in Louise Gallery in Durbuy starting 15 December - 14 March.
A solo exibition by Kiro Urdin will take place between 6th May – 12 June in the MM Gallery in Brussels featureing his latest works. In addition there will be a promotion of his new book “Planetarism Movement” as part of the exibition opening.
“Painter, photographer, sculptor, poet, film-maker, writer… Kiro Urdin is a TOTAL ARTIST.
Over the course of his career, his work has taken him across the whole world, and even into some hostile and improbable places. That is the essence of his project Planetarism: driven by a desire to decipher life’s mysteries he embarked on a mystical worldwide journey to test his own limits.
Throughout it, the artist has produced a body of work that is constant ponderation of man’s psyche and his future in a world ruled by greediness and egoism.”
ARTPREMIUM MAGAZINE spring / summer 2016
Tabula Phrase, Walls, Perpetuum Debile, Fear are the titles of the four new books of aphorisms by Kiro Urdin.
Ars Nova Magazine coverage of the ’91 Tokyo Art Expo featuring interviews of Kiro Urdin and Leo Castelli.
At 27.05 Kiro Urdin will take part as a Lauerate in this year’s edition of the AsterFest International Film Festival. Kiro will address the audience about his experiences as a director of documentary films. as part of the award ceremony where he will be presented with the Aster Award for high achievements in documentary film.
Kiro Urin will exibit on MM Expo from 26/04 to 28/6.
Kiro Urdin to exibit at Ningbo Museum Group Exibition, China form the 7th to the 12th of June
Kiro Urdin will participate at a Mousche Gallery LA Group Show.
The following photos are taken by Urdin during his visit of the Omo Valley.
Kiro Urdin’s latest effort is a feature documentary filmed on various loctions in the Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya. It will be the third installment in Kiro Urdin’s African wildlife trilogy along with his two previous films, Water and Fire and Two Times.
Written and directed by Urdin himself, the crew consists of his long-time collaborators: cammera by Brand Fero, soundtrack by Venko Serafimov, editing by Vladimir Petrovski – Karter, and Ivan Mitevski serving as an art consultant.
Currently in post-production stage, it will be released in the near future and will be premiered at international film festivals.
Two Films by Kiro Urdin ‘Steps’ and ‘Debbie Wilson & Planetarium’ to be featured on the New York International Film festival – LA Edition as part of the official selection. ’Steps’ will be competing in the genre of experimantal film, while ‘Debbie Wilson’ is featured under art film documentaries. The festival opens on Sunday, 18th [...]
Kiro’s new book ‘Planetarium & Planetarism (2013)’ is out and available at ISSUU containing his most recent works, and more thoughts on the planetarism movement!
Kiro has written another book in his aphorism series. It’s titled ‘Ghosts’ and it’s one of the best books he’s written so far.
You can watch the full video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NOgNnhG7A_k
Kiro Urdin’s Movie “Planetarium” won the Ostrobothnian Museum’s Artistic Award at the Vaasa International Film Festival 2012 in Finland.
Kiro Urdin is presented the Giant Panda Grand Prize by the Chinese Ambassador Cui Zhiwei for his documentary “Two Times”, which won Best Natural Environment Film award at the China International Animal and Nature Film Festival.