Verica Kovacevska is an artist, born in Skopje and living in Zurich.
In 2004, she graduated in Visual Art with Theater and Performance from the University of Plymouth (UK). The same year she attended the 10th Advanced Course in Visual Arts led by Jimmie Durham at the Fondazione Antonio Ratti in Como, Italy. In 2007 she graduated from the University of Cambridge (UK) in MPhil Arts, Culture and Education, and was awarded a one-year art residency at Christ’s College, University of Cambridge.
Kovacevska has taken part in many international exhibitions and festivals, such as re.act.feminism, Akademie der Künste, Berlin; Belgrade: Nonplaces, Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade; This is Not a Gateway Festival, London; 255 804 km2, Brot Kunsthalle, Vienna; Other Possible Worlds – Dictionary in Space, Casino Luxembourg, Luxembourg; and the 4th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art. Among her solo exhibitions are Everyday Art, the Art of the Everyday, Museum of Contemporary Art (Skopje) and Two and a Half Rooms, National Gallery of Macedonia (Skopje).