Fine Art Solo exhibition by MIRIANA SAVOVA 08.10.2019 / 10.11.2019
Graduate of University of Veliko Turnovo, “St. Cyril and Methodius”- and graduated in 1981. Besides painting, she also worked in the field of artistic illustration and drawing. Miriana Savova is a member of Union of Bulgarian Artists (UBA) and member of International Association of Plastic Arts. She participated in over 50 group exhibitions and international symposiums in Bulgaria, France, Germany, Russia, Italy, Mexico, Serbia, Montenegro, Romania. In 2008 she won a competition for two months specialization in Cite des Arts, Paris. She had 16 individual exhibitions in Bulgaria, as well as in Romania, Serbia, Monte Negro and Germany. She won 3 awards for painting and many of her works belong to galleries and private collectors all over the world.
“Above all, do not lose your desire to walk. Everyday, I walk myself into a state of well-being & walk away from every illness. I have walked myself into my best thoughts, and I know of no thought so burdensome that one cannot walk away from it. But by sitting still, & the more one sits still, the closer one comes to feeling ill. Thus if one just keeps on walking, everything will be all right.”
exhibition - painting and video STANISLAVA STOYANOVA and RADOSTINA DOGANOVA In his phenomenology of perception Merleau-Ponty places the vision at the center of perception. Vision is seen as an act of accomplished co-being, where I and The Other consolidate their co-existence, their mutual inter-dwelling in the unity of the present. The gaze is this intentional “aboutness” which relates to the existence of The Other, indicating not only to his objective availability but also to his spiritual existence. The conceptual exhibition “Face to Face” aims to problematize and discuss the place of the gaze in the current reality, to situate the gaze and the vision as necessary phenomenological constituents in the realization of the intersubjective relationship with The Other, as well as acquainting The Otherness, The Strangeness, and The Marginalized – from social, cultural and humane perspective. Central moment for the investigation of this cultural otherness is the painting “Eyes” by Radostina Doganova, which is inspired by the stay of the artist in India and her contact with the cultural, social and religious differences between the Eastern and the European culture. In unison, the series of paintings “The Waves” by Stanislava Stoyanova, along with the short videoinstallation “Time Passes”, problematize the complex relationship of the artist with the sea and its crucial part of her life – on the one hand, as a symbol of inspiration, on the other, as an inmost dream about the gaze of her beloved one. Stanimir Stoyanov – Goldsmiths, University of London Stanislava Stoyanova is a visual artist, who lives and works in Sofia, Bulgaria. She graduated from National Academy of Arts, Sofia in 1988. She has a variety of international participations – including exhibitions in Italy (Venice, Florence) and London (Bulgarian Cultural Institute). In 2016 she established the experimental art platform BLUESS art studio. Radostina Doganova lives and works in Bratislava, Slovakia, where she graduated from Academy of Fine Arts and Design in 2001. Her main interest is painting. She has a variety of exhibitions in Bulgaria and worldwide. Her works are exhibited in private collections and galleries in Australia, Germany, England, USA and Slovakia.
solo exhibition Elitsa Baramova-Baramó 25.09 2018 -13.10.2018
Amidst stardust the Architect constructs the potential of every handful of earth. The individual is conceived as a monolithic whole, and the debris of time builds the personality as a test of free will. It is an elevator to the luminous and accomplished self. Regardless of the inter-floor zones where everyone can make a stop, each person is worthy in the perspective of his development. One can get old like a cathedral, with one’s back turned to the fear of the unknown, aware of the different forms of life. Day changes to night, then morning comes again; if may be spring now, and it will come again ... the eternal cycle leads us along the spiral around the axis…
solo exhibition Mario Nikolov 16/06/2018 - 02/06/2018
The exhibition "Shifting the Spaces", which I present at the Sofia Gallery [a] cube contemporary, is my first independent performance in Bulgaria since 2013. Five years! To explain at least a small part of my attitude to art, I will paraphrase the great Man Ray: "Which I can not paint, describe or photograph. And vice versa. But my heart is in painting ... "
Through the means of geometric abstraction, I am not trying to contradict either reality or the different projections of realistic art, but through my paintings I hope to look at the world beyond its material dimensions and to illustrate metaphorically the mismatch of spaces and their confused perspectives that we have to go through most of our lives. Today we see unexpected "tectonic movements" of cultural, aesthetic, moral, spiritual level that become more intrusive, more meaningless, more aggressive ...
With this exhibition, I go back to where Vassily Kandinsky, Kazimir Malevich, Pitt Mondrian, Franz Kupka and other "brothers" went, trying to recall what they were, to share their preconceptions, to if not the world, at least your thoughts and feelings. In colors ...
solo exhibition DOBROMIR IVAN18/01/ 2018 / 03/02/2018
COLOUR JAZZ SESSION
solo exhibition Yovo Yovchev 12.12.2017 / 06.01.2018
solo exhibition ANELIA RAYKOVA 21.11.2017 / 09.12.2017
solo exhibition Svesto 02.11.2017 / 19.11.2017
have long experienced curiosity about all those extravagant manifestations we call whims. My desire is to digging, to what extent the wayward impulses have an impact in different life and especially creative situations. unmotivated desires and surprising twists can be existential fateful, like this, most often we mean with phrase "whims of fate". And how the fad influences the contemporary creative act, which is a complex cultural implikaciâ of imagination, cognition, experimental insights, coincidence, passion... It seems to me that under its influence on this paradigm we must add the risk. When the artist rejects the approach of gradual construction, ignores what he has created so far and radically changes it, hoping to achieve a new, different aesthetic. Sometimes it really happens, which makes me think that the whims can also be benevolent.
Alexander Kaprichev watercolours 20.09.2017 / 07.10.2017
SMALL FORMAT GRAPHICS
solo exhibition IVAN NINOV 20.06.2017 / 15.07.2017
solo exhibition / Alexander Alexandrov 08.09.2016 / 28.09.2016
Alexander Alexandrov has won first prize in the competition "42 abstract" held 2016 .... as the author of the exhibition says: "All characters are either spectators of a phenomenon or they are monitored directly and indirectly" ...The artist is never just a spectator ....
The project INELIMENTAL employs light to offer a new way of seeing through the shadows of two worlds. The images are selected from hundreds of double exposed analog films, shot as a personal record of experience over the last three years in Australia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Germany, Greece, Italy, Montenegro, Spain, Serbia, Turkey, Thailand and the USA. This improbable combination of elements captured on film, brings life to a series of phantasmal memories and impossible mixtures of experience and vision. Nature and cityscapes merge with human figures, monuments and rituals, thus creating a third documented un-reality, which exists only in the meeting of two separate time-spaces. The spontaneous decision-making in the shooting process transcends mental logic by instead relying on an elementary intuitive response. Ultimately, this trust in an unconscious process allows for the synchronistic alignment of spaces and objects, and points to a metaphysical interconnection between the undeveloped film and the undeveloped aspects of the collective and personal memory.
solo exhibition Elaine Jeffrey 03.05.2016 / 02.06.2016
From documentary beginnings Jeffrey’s style has gone through many transitions. One of her most recent bodies of work “The Language of Light” is abstract with elements of minimalism. Using a digital camera these images have been created in Jeffrey’s studio where she sets up tableaux-like scenarios with found objects and daily utensils. Using day light from a large window and reflectors Jeffrey seeks out pockets of colour and shape that emerge within these settings. Through this work-process, light itself - which is normally seen through colour - becomes the subject matter of Jeffrey’s work.