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PAINTINGS – MASTER CLASSES OF ALEXANDER SERGEEV 28/06/2016 – 12/07/2016 An exhibition of participants in the master classes of Alexander Sergeev from 2015-2016 Artists: Jana Dimitrova, Nelly Stoyanova, Albena Hlebarova, Blagoy Ivanov, Svetla Uzunyan, Anastasia Dimitrova, Poliksena Zdravkova, Radoslav Georgiev, Monika Nikolova, Atanaska Stoynova, Irina Staneva, Aneliya Antova, Mariela Ganeva, Tcetci Atanasova, Lili Georgieva, Joanna Kostova, Adela Halacheva, Zdravka Russeva, Asya Kolarova and Meglena Kostova. The exhibition, Paintings – Master Classes of Alexander Sergeyev, showcases paintings with a variety of themes commonly depicted in art,…Continue Reading “Masterclass”

CITYSCAPES 25/06/2016 16/07/2016 – 31/08/2016 Solo Exhibition of Ani Collier The exhibition, New York: Cityscapes, features digital collages of the New York City skyline created by Ani Collier during the past five years. ANI COLLIER moved to the States in 1990 after graduating from the State Ballet School in Sofia. Collier is a choreographer, dancer, producer and founder of ETUD Gallery. In the past ten years, Collier has produced two video documentaries; most recently, her interest has shifted to digital photography and digital collage. She…Continue Reading “CityScapes”

DARK LIGHT 2.0 17/06/2016 The exhibition was a one night event featuring photography and videography as part of the Dark Light Project by the artist collective Dark Light The exhibition presents a series of photo collages and video artworks that were created utilizing the photographic technique called “light-painting.” This is the second series shown by the “Dark Light” project, which is an ongoing search for visual interpretations of Sofia’s urban environment. The artists that comprise the collective focus on using digital methods to reveal new…Continue Reading “Dark Light 2.0”

VASSIL DOKEV — FATHER: THE 1980’S TO TODAY 14/05/2016 – 14/06/2016 Solo exhibition of Vassil Dokev This exhibition features the artist Vassil Dokev and the abstract paintings he created during the last few decades of his life, from the 1980s to the present. Dokev worked for many years as a costume and stage designer for the The National Musical Theater and The National Opera and Ballet in Bulgaria. Dokev’s paintings are based on artistic principles present in Bulgarian and contemporary ethno-art. His knowledge of art…Continue Reading “Vasil Dokev – father”