• A for Unapologetic

      A for Unapologetic

      The exhibition A for Unapologetic features eleven artists, representatives of the young and emerging art scene in Albania. Their presentation is part of the NEXT Balkan platform, which reviews trends in the contemporary art on the Balkans. Following the exposition of Serbian contemporary art in 2019, the current event represents the curatorial perspective on the Albanian art scene by Adela Demetja, founder and director of Tirana Art Lab - Centre for Contemporary Art.

    • Vatican Museums to reopen on 3 May

      Vatican Museums to reopen on 3 May

      The Vatican Museums will reopen on 3 May with more stringent Covid-19 norms, ANSA reported, citing the museums official statement. These will include obligatory bookings, punctuality in turning up, face masks, and distancing of over a meter.

    • An artist between two eras

      An artist between two eras

      In 2019, Andrey Daniel was invited to work with a team of the Sofia City Art Gallery on a solo exhibition. In the process of figuring out the appropriate collection of pieces, the artist suddenly passed away.

    • Rossen Uzunov: True enjoyment of art comes from seeing it live

      Rossen Uzunov: True enjoyment of art comes from seeing it live

      I believe that the gallery having a specific profile and focus is useful and interesting to both art lovers and nature lovers. It is fascinating to see these two audiences mingle, communicate, and discover new things each for their own selves, says gallerist Rossen Uzunov in an interview to EUROPOST.

    • Wings fluttering through the window

      Wings fluttering through the window

      The joint project I Heard Wings Fluttering Through the Window, by Sophia Grancharova, Marta Djourina and Maria Nalbantova, started with an invitation from Ina Kancheva to the three finalists for the National Visual Arts Scholarship, Reaching for the Stars, to work together as a group and co-artists in creating a unified piece of work. The project is a conversation taking us through the transient fields of sleep. The amorphousness of sleep as a metaphor for memories and recollection.

    • Artist for one night? Why not

      Artist for one night? Why not

      The entrepreneurial family of Dani and Vladislav Zaharievi offers a form of entertainment they've called: Painting and wine for relaxation after the working day.

      The atmosphere is pleasant, and the location is convenient. Their studio is situated at 20 Galileo Galilei St in Sofia. A quality drink sparkles in an elegant glass next to the easel and the visitors decide on their own in what company they can spend a few hours in an atmosphere of creativity and without any tension. The value added for the client is that at the end of the evening they leave the place with a painting drawn by themselves.