In 1971, Neil Folberg spent six months living and photographing in Macedonia, then part of Yugoslavia. Folberg photographed the land and people in villages, towns, in their homes, in the streets and fields, funded by a grant from the University of California, Berkeley. The government of Macedonia subsequently banned Folberg and censored his photographs. This is the first exhibition of this series since 1974.
At the opening night there will be a live performance of music from the Balkans by Gergely and Agi, Cyrelle and Jesse.