GEORGI MASHEV 120th years since the birth of the artist
12 July 2007 - 31 July 2007
The exhibition organized to mark the 120th anniversary since Georgi Mashev’s birth includes 49 works of art from different artistic periods. The main part of the collection belongs to Stanislav Dospevski City Art Gallery of Pazardjik and consists of 34 paintings and 11 drawings. Sofia City Art Gallery participates with four works from its fund.
Boris Missirkov, Georgi Bogdanov ON THE TRACKS OF THE BRIGHT FUTURE
12 July 2007 - 31 July 2007
Boris Misirkov and Georgi Bogdanov (together with: Dimitar Bojilov – interviews; Sandra Klincheva – Styling; Tsveti Hristova –make-up and hair-style) develop the On the Tracks of the Bright Future sequence inspired by the topic Cliché as Identity presented at the Visual Seminar*. The two authors are trying to find out those common grounds that create the image of the contemporary Bulgarian. They do not probe into any particular subjects but rather resort to the dreams as the most favourable territory which will enable them to identify the target group of people. These are 17-19 year-old youngsters, mainly students in the high grades, who are at the threshold of real life but are not yet active participants in it.
Krassimir Terziev. Background Action
10 July 2007 - 31 July 2007
Background Action is a spatial narrative that reconstructs a journey into film making and the imposition of war in a globalized mode of film production industry.
NAIVE AND MARGINAL ART IN SERBIA
08 June 2007 - 05 July 2007
The exhibition presents seventy one works of art from the Museum of Naïve Art in Jagodina and some private collections. It includes thirty five artists of different artistic inclinations and generations who best represent the essence of the naïve and marginal art in Serbia.
GNTHER UECKER Mistreated Man 14 Pacified Implements
05 June 2007 - 05 July 2007
“My subject is life and death”, “my failure is my art”, says the internationally well known artist and recipient of several awards, Guenther Uecker (born in 1930) about his works. His work “Mistreated Man: 14 Pacified Implements” that Uecker created in his workshop in Düsseldorf, commissioned by the Institute for Foreign Cultural Relations (IfA), also lives through this contradiction.
18 April 2007 - 27 May 2007
The State Institute of Culture under the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Bulgaria presents the exhibition which is dedicated to the the accession of Bulgaria to the European Union and the 50th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome. It has been organized with the support of Sofia Art Gallery and the Embassies of Albania, Belgium, Great Britain, Germany, Greece, Estonia, Ireland, Italy, Serbia, Turkey, Hungary, Finland, France, Holland and Sweden in Sofia. Bulgaria is presented with some works from the collection of the Foreign Ministry.
A JOURNEY TO EUROPE (AND BEYOND)
13 April 2007 - 27 May 2007
The exhibition includes mainly works from the Sofia Art Gallery fund presenting the journeys of Bulgarian artists around the world. The period covered ranges from the beginning of the 20th century to the present days. The selection includes more than sixty names from different generations and artistic schools. The concept of the exhibition is to show the Bulgarian artistic stage in its openness to the world as well as the achievements of our painters.
IN SEARCH OF LOST TIME A project of Vera Mlechevska and Svetlana Kuyumdjieva
15 March 2007 - 08 April 2007
The project has been inspired by the profound nostalgia for the near past as a highly relevant issue. For some people this phenomenon seems absurd and void of any logic while for others it is unfortunately a certain “Belle époque”.
LEONARDO DA VINCI SCIENTIST AND INVENTOR under the patronage of the honorable Mr. Simeon II Saxe-Coburg-Gotha
12 January 2007 - 25 March 2007
Mr. Boiko Borisov, Mayor of Sofia
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