How much do various folklore traditions around the world have in common? Artist Petya Ilieva presents traditional Italian and Bulgarian folklore motifs in a mobile exhibition organised in association with the Embassy of Italy in Sofia and the diplomatic missions of 20 other countries. The show will be touring the Bulgarian capital for the rest of the year.
On 27 April at 6.30pm the long-term project Art and Politics will conclude with Goethe-Institut Bulgaria presenting in its Sofia gallery the first and the only publication of the newspaper Pleasure & Pressure, created by 14 young Bulgarian artists during a workshop by the same name, directed by Luchezar Boyadjiev.
Little Bird Place Gallery in Sofia is presenting yet another journey - this time into the depths of the human soul, using as vehicle the paintings of Kalina Hristova. Her solo exhibition Transformation opened on 21 April and can be seen until 15 May.
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.
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.
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.
A painting by French master Nicolas Poussin, stolen by Nazi soldiers from its French Jewish owners in 1944, has been found in Italy and returned to its rightful owners, Italian police said on Thursday, AFP reports.