• Artist depicts parts of himself

      Artist depicts parts of himself

      Bloom is an exhibition that follows - in a way - that same thread of semantics and genre characteristics seen in Lyuben Domozetski's debut solo exhibition: this is the scientific illustration and the experiment with it. But it is exactly in these experiments, which are the centre of the exposition, that something new seems to be sneaking in, something different from the ones last year: namely, the human presence.

    • Reflections in the mirror

      Reflections in the mirror

      Ivan Kostov creates sculptures for architectural environments and architectural design. He studied ceramics at the National Academy of Arts in Sofia, from which he graduated in 1986. His works are module structures that he describes as meant to cause at a subconscious level “an exhilarating feeling of joy and satisfaction of what is happening in them”.

    • 20 artists create in 20x20 format

      20 artists create in 20x20 format

      Little Bird Place Gallery in Sofia presents a group exhibition of 20 contemporary Bulgarian artists, limited to creating in 20x20 cm format, but without external interference in their internal state. The format is special and challenging, symmetrical and open to interpretation. Set not only to commemorate this unprecedented year, but also born of the need to accept our limitations in order to find new ways to break and overcome them.

    • Amateur artist from Bulgaria impresses Van Gogh Museum

      Amateur artist from Bulgaria impresses Van Gogh Museum

      A painting by a teacher from the town of Vidin, in northwestern Bulgaria, has been featured on the official Facebook page of the Van Gogh Museum (, which is located in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. So far, Yuliana Chavdarova's work, Morning at Grafa (as the Graf Ignatiev Str. in downtown Sofia is often referred to), has over 15,000 likes and more than 200 comments. It has been shared over 1,500 times.

    • Why so serious

      Why so serious

      Why So Serious is the title of a solo exhibition by New York-based Bulgarian artist Houben Tcherkelov opening doors to visitors of the House of Humor and Satire museum in Gabrovo, Bulgaria. In addition to new works, Tcherkelov, who is best known for his paintings of people depicted on banknotes and coins, is showing sculptures created between 2002 and 2019 with this latest display.

    • The needle's tip

      The needle's tip

      Emanuela Kovach, one of the most prominent Bulgarian graphic artists of her generation, presents her exhibition The Needle's Tip at the Museum Gallery Anel in Sofia. The title is not chosen accidentally. It leads directly to the engraving method of intaglio printing - “dry needle”, which Kovach has been using for many years. This is a method that takes us back in time - to the 15th century and to Albrecht Durer.