• Thorny summer

      Thorny summer

      The exhibition Thorny Summer presents four artists based in Berlin - Vikenti Komitski, Jazoo Jang, Francisco Montoya Cazarez and Ties Ten Bosch. Different by origin and authorial pursuits, they are united by the free-thinking of the contemporary Berlin scene, which has become a focal point of their careers and acquaintances.

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    • Young Bulgarian artist wins prestigious award

      Young Bulgarian artist wins prestigious award

      The winner of the prestigious 2021 BAZA Award for young contemporary artist is Marta Djourina - one of the participants in the exhibition Brave New Earth: Looking Forward Through Memories, organised by the State Cultural Institute with the Minister of Foreign Affairs, the Berlin Artist Association and the Bulgarian Cultural Institute in Belin.

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    • Portraits with masks

      Portraits with masks

      Not only visitors but also portraits wear masks at the Easel and Camera contemporary art gallery in the Egyptian capital of Cairo. The exhibition Pandemic by Mohamed Bassuony reminds us, with some irony and sense of humour, about the profound changes brought on by the year 2020.

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    • Mother of Mankind

      Mother of Mankind

      HOFA Gallery (House Of Fine Art) in London's Mayfair and ADA contemporary art gallery (Accra, Ghana) have joined forces to premiere a very special art exhibition of 18 all-female contemporary artists. The show, titled Mother of Mankind is the first of its kind to be showcased by both galleries. Curator of the exhibition is Adora Mba, Founder of ADA contemporary art gallery.

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    • Architecture that generates light in dialogue with time

      Architecture that generates light in dialogue with time

      With the opening of an exhibition by architectural photographer Camilla Borghese on 7 July in the Bulgarian capital, the Embassy of Italy and the Italian Cultural Institute in Sofia mark Italian Design Day. The exhibition is entitled Form and Light: The Sign of Architectural Continuity.

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    • Artists of naive art from all over the world exhibit in Veliko Tarnovo

      Artists of naive art from all over the world exhibit in Veliko Tarnovo

      International Salon Naive is presenting an enriched exposition in the town of Veliko Tarnovo. The exhibition halls Rafael Mihaylov are the second location after Sofia where artists from all over the world who paint in a naive style show their artworks, announced Daniela Ossikovska, a volunteer for the organisation team at the opening of the event.

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    • Artist Albena Baeva: I have trust in AI and autonomous machines

      Artist Albena Baeva: I have trust in AI and autonomous machines

      Today, we are witnessing a big erosion of trust in various long-established authorities, such as traditional media and governments. In practice, people are now more likely to trust content offered to them by an algorithm than such offered by a health professional, for example, says the artist Albena Baeva in an interview to EUROPOST.

       

       

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    • IMAGO presents pop-up exhibition in Sofia

      IMAGO presents pop-up exhibition in Sofia

      After a one-year break, IMAGO International Artist Residency is once again hosting artists from around the world who have chosen to develop their projects as part of the residency programme in the village of Tsarimir, Bulgaria.

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    • Figure 1.A. - the art of science

      Figure 1.A. - the art of science

      Figure 1.A. is a non-governmental organisation based in Switzerland - a team of scientists and artists who have been organising exhibitions for five years, revealing the aesthetic appeal of science and scientific exploration. Behind the initiative lies a concrete mission - creating conditions for light and open-minded communication between the public and the sciences, which overcomes the distance caused by the specific processes and knowledge that accompany each scientific field.

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