• 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.

    • The Rolling Stones cоme to Europe

      The Rolling Stones cоme to Europe

      The Groninger Museum in the Netherlands is the first stop for the European tour of The Rolling Stones - Unzipped exhibition, after the United States and Asia. The show boasts more than 400 original objects from the Stones' own collection. Along with instruments and stage designs, it includes rare audio fragments and video footage, personal diaries, iconic costumes, posters, album covers, and even the band's studio and their modest London flat at Edith Grove.

    • Garden of Spirituality reveals Mount Athos in Sofia City Art Gallery

      Garden of Spirituality reveals Mount Athos in Sofia City Art Gallery

      The Sofia City Art Gallery displays works by great Bulgarian artists dedicated to Mount Athos. The exhibition is titled Garden of Spirituality and presents the Holy Mountain's monasteries and cultural heritage, seen through the eyes of Bulgarian artists from the early to mid-20th century. Among them are Ivan Lazarov, Dechko Uzunov, Tsanko Lavrenov, Konstantin Shtarkelov, Vasil Zahariev, etc. Having visited Mount Athos for one reason or another, each of them recreated in their own style their various impressions of its monasteries and relics, the everyday life of monks, and the place's rich cultural heritage.

    • Verses by Attilio Bertolucci in Sofia's subway

      Verses by Attilio Bertolucci in Sofia's subway

      The Italian Cultural Institute (IIC) in Sofia, Bulgaria, will take part in the fifth edition of the initiative Poetry on the subway. It is an EUNIC event that makes the works of the greatest European poets known to passengers on the Sofia subway. Until 20 December, the verses will be present in the subway cars, in their original language and in Bulgarian.

    • Modernist opera Electra debuts on Bulgarian stage

      Modernist opera Electra debuts on Bulgarian stage

      Bulgarian opera lovers will have the opportunity to enjoy the opera Electra for the first time in Bulgaria on 26 and 29 November this year. The idea for the realisation of the production came from Acad. Plamen Kartaloff. Thus, the Sofia Opera and Ballet will join the most prestigious opera houses in the world which have in their repertoire the modernist work of Richard Strauss.

    • Change the scenery!

      Change the scenery!

      The Little Bird Place gallery in Sofia is showing an exhibition with the latest painting experiments of Kaliya Kalacheva. Known for her work on themes of urban environment and its rigid constructions, the artist has become increasingly tempted over the past few years by a transition to nature and the multi-layered character of landscapes. Kaliya suggests a different concept for landscape. It raises the need for “a change of scenery” - the idea of landscape as one of the oldest genres in fine arts, but one that also requires constant updating in order to reflect the present.

    • Digital journey in theatre world

      Digital journey in theatre world

      The fourteenth edition of the World Theatre in Sofia platform is shifting entirely to digital this year and will take place from 13 until 24 November. The platform offers a selection of theatre shows painting the aesthetics profile of the European theatre scene over the past two decades. Viewers will have completely free access to all streams for three days from the starting date. All shows will be made available to internet users across the country, are subtitled in Bulgarian and can be viewed only on viafest.org.