• Artist Chavdar Ghiuselev decapitates worldly vanity

      Artist Chavdar Ghiuselev decapitates worldly vanity

      One of the most prestigious galleries in Sofia, Rakursi Art Gallery, presents the exhibition Free Flying Heads - paintings and graphics by Chavdar Ghiuselev, an artist well-known in Bulgaria and Italy. After several delays due to the coronavirus pandemic, the exposition successfully coincides with the artist's 60th anniversary.

    • 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.

    • Rotterdam's cultural icons create drive-thru exhibition

      Rotterdam's cultural icons create drive-thru exhibition

      Two of Rotterdam's cultural icons have come together to create an unforgettable experience, tailored to our current circumstances and open to all. Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen and Rotterdam Ahoy have entered into a unique partnership: a drive-thru exhibition. From 1 to 23 August, visitors can drive their own or a borrowed electric car through Rotterdam Ahoy’s 10,000 m2 Hall 1 and see more than fifty high-profile artworks from the collection of Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen plus installations by several invited artists.

    • Structures of thought

      Structures of thought

      Works by leading contemporary Austrian artists, including photography, video, paintings and sculptures, are part of the Structures of Thought, an exhibition hosted by Sofia's Structura Gallery. The Austrian Embassy in Sofia co-organises the event with the Gallery.