Structura Gallery

    • More real than reality

      More real than reality

      This past year exposed many problems that have been piling up for decades. It made them more clearly visible and more painful. At the same time, it seemed that the conversation about them became easy and open. There's a general feeling about the inevitable urgency of that talk prompting the participants to take a bolder and more direct approach.

    • Wings fluttering through the window

      Wings fluttering through the window

      The joint project I Heard Wings Fluttering Through the Window, by Sophia Grancharova, Marta Djourina and Maria Nalbantova, started with an invitation from Ina Kancheva to the three finalists for the National Visual Arts Scholarship, Reaching for the Stars, to work together as a group and co-artists in creating a unified piece of work. The project is a conversation taking us through the transient fields of sleep. The amorphousness of sleep as a metaphor for memories and recollection.

    • Art and politics

      Art and politics

      Art as a form of expression, its potential to generate ideas and its connection to politics, both in a modern and historical context, are the themes explored by the exhibition Art and Politics - Confrontations and Coexistence, which opened its doors to visitors on 27 October at the Structura Gallery in Sofia.

    • Craving nothing

      Craving nothing

      Boryana Petkova and Michail Michailov are two artists whose paths often cross not only because of their similar fates as expat artists (they live in Paris and Vienna, respectively), but because of a shared interest in the way an artwork functions and develops as well. The body of work of both artists is characterised by an in-depth yet minimalistic approach.

    • From sublime to ridiculous

      From sublime to ridiculous

      The personages in Nina Kovacheva's drawings from 2020 seem perfectly innocent on the surface - children, comic book heroes, familiar sci-fi characters - all engaged in ordinary activities and games.

    • Philip Colbert's art exhibited in Sofia

      Philip Colbert's art exhibited in Sofia

      Structura Gallery in Sofia will show an outstanding exhibition of Philip Colbert. The artist was born in 1979 in Perth, Scotland, and now lives and works in London. Colbert is famous for his multidisciplinary approach which enables him to create an “authentic” world of art. He works across the mediums of painting, sculpture, fashion and design. Called “the godson of Andy Warhol”, Colbert developed further the pop-art tradition and created contemporary stories, entering into dialogue with authors such as Richard Hamilton, James Rosenquist and Roy Lichtenstein, introducing them to the digital era.