Boryana Kolchagova (14)

  • Bulgarian artists take over Barcelona

    Bulgarian artists take over Barcelona

    Eight Bulgarian artists are taking over Barcelona. These are Ivan Dodov (water-colours), Simeon Krastev (posters, portraits, paintings), Emil Penchev (sculptures, paintings), Tsvetan Donkovski (ceramics, paintings), Ilian Stoyanov (woodcarving, water-colours), Mariana Mateva (illustrations, applied arts, paintings), and Ilza Hristova, aka florizi (applied arts, jewellery, paintings). The group is led by Gabriela Zhekova (prints, paintings), organiser of plein air practices in Bulgaria and abroad.

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  • Angel Zaberski Jr.: Listen to jazz! It doesn't hurt

    Angel Zaberski Jr.: Listen to jazz! It doesn't hurt

    Jazz is not scary music. My idea is to give true-hearted music to the audience. Most people are afraid of jazz, they think it is hard to listen to. I saw how people who do not know this music pull a face hearing it, jazzman Angel Zaberski Jr. says in an interview to Europost.

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  • MoMA transported to Bulgarian village

    MoMA transported to Bulgarian village

    There are no and could never be limitations to art. This notion is reinforced by Katarzyna Piryankova and Ventsislav Piryankov from the Polish city of Poznan, who have turned the village of Staro Zhelezare near Plovdiv into an outdoor museum, an art centre and a veritable graffiti hub. This is the only village that is a branch of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York, they quip. A true avant-garde space!

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  • Make music, not war

    Make music, not war

    How wonderful it would be if such things actually happened! All I can say is that I was born on 1 October 1949 under the zodiac sign Libra. In astrology, Libra is the symbol of harmony and I believe this meaning reflects reality, even though I do not read daily horoscopes all that often.

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  • Funnycross with Christo Guelov

    Funnycross with Christo Guelov

    Christo Guelov is living out his dreams. He has always had the feeling that the brush and the paints will be his instruments of changing the world. “I remember that when I was young, perhaps at the age of 10, I won a competition for asphalt drawings. I had drawn a monastery with a piece of chalk.

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  • Every single human being is important to God

    Every single human being is important to God

    I do not like to discuss my projects in advance. I am reading a lot and gathering information, trying to process it. I am doing my regular Tuesday columns for Kultura.bg. I am constantly observing, listening intently and paying close attention, which often brings me sadness.

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  • We felt like David facing Goliath

    We felt like David facing Goliath

    This was not my personal decision, but the Academy’s. It came as a surprise to me. Petar and I started working on that technology together, and over the years other people have also worked on V-Ray.

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