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Dijana Tomik Radevska (born 1961 in Skopje) is a multimedia artist and a designer. Works on art printmaking, drawings, paintings, art installations, art video and design.

She is devoted to Art Printmaking, giving different perspective on Art in Printmaking using classic techniques and experimenting in combining various techniques in mono prints.

Skopje BFA 1984 on the Faculty for Fine Arts, department Art Printmaking and Graphic Design.

Member of Fine Arts Association of Macedonia since 1985. Residence in Dresden at the Open Graphic Studio in 1997. Since 1999 she is Official knight at the Accademia di Greci Marino – Italy, Department of Art.

Founder member of the art group Circle (1985-2000). Received Golden medal and Diploma from galleria Modigliani  in Milano (1996). Ljubomir Belogaski Award for the best exhibition in the Skopje City Museum (1996). Designs unique hand woven carpets and kilims for small masterpiece studios. Art teacher at the High School IHS, Skopje. (2007-2017). Custodian at Acanthus Gallery (2018- present). Freelancer artist.

More than 30 solo exhibitions in Skopje, Ohrid, Prilep, Bitola, Belgrade, Zagreb, Milano, Berlin, New York, Freemantle, Achen, Mastricht, Rome.

 Took part on many group exhibitions in R. of Macedonia (Skopje, Bitola, Gevgelija, Shtip, Kumanovo, Ohrid, Tetovo, Prilep) and abroad (Bucharest, Viena, Podgorica, Berlin, Chamalierer, Varna, Sofia, Paris, Crakow, Novi Sad, Belgrad, Sint Niklaas, Offenbach am Main, San Remo etc.)

Participated on Art Colonies in Macedonia, Art Colony Bitola and Bucharest, “Creating New Witnesses to the Holocaust’’.

2015 Nominee designer at Alliance for Artisans Enterprise, Washington DC, State Department. 

Personal engagement on different solo Eco projects and together with small creative companies.

She curated dozen of group and solo exhibitions for Acanthus Gallery in Skopje, Republic of North Macedonia.