The exhibition features 50 paintings – canvass and watercolor, 12 works of the applied art – furniture, objects and accessories, 45 drawings, sketches and projects, numerous archive documents, which present the works of an almost completely forgotten artist found her second homeland in Bulgaria.
She was born in 872 in Germany, graduated from the Art-Industrial School in Brunswig, then still life with flowers in Hague; she participated in prestigious German exhibitions –Elberfeld, Brunswig, Kemnitz, Dresden. She participated in the union of German Artistic Associations, The Munich Union of Artists, the Association of Arts in Enhalt-Desau.
Married to a Bulgarian, Yosifova came to Bulgaria in 1900. Here she became a member of the Contemporary Art modern association and took part in numerous exhibitions both in Bulgaria and abroad- Liege, Munich, Zagreb, Belgrade, and others. She received numerous awards. In 1907, she took part in a group exhibition in Sofia together with Nikola Mihaylov, Petar Morozov and Goshka Datzov.She made a one-man exhibition in 1930. She died a month after its inauguration, at the beginning of 1931.
She became the first female artists who received wide public and professional acknowledgement with lasting presence in Bulgarian art life during the first half of ХХ century.