IVAN KANEV painting
02 March 2005 - 26 March 2005
The Sofia City Art Gallery presents Ivan Kunev on the occasion of his 70th anniversary. The exposition features about 80 pastel, water-colour and painting works from 1963 to the end of 2004.
MEETING POINT LIGHT
24 February 2005 - 13 March 2005
Replaced categories, a flawed stereotype and lack of strict schematics pierce the space of the “Light” installation. Contrasting and mobile associations depict the new material shapes whose remote and subdued clarity is expressed in a new centre: the spectator is involuntarily turned into the moving force of the whole project. With the aid of a photo cell the presence of the spectator instantly makes each element alive, giving to it his/her own rhythm. Penetrating through the dimensions of time, the spectator is the one to add intensity that varies from moderately calm to overtly dynamical. The colours are warm and energetic. They are born from the darkness in the inalterable playful hue of the surprise.
MEETING POINT Alexander Valchev. Reminiscences*
03 February 2005 - 20 February 2005
The idea: to make portraits of great artistic merit in the spirit of Renaissance, of our contemporaries, people engaged in intellectual activities.
KIRIL GULEMETOV painting prints drawings
01 February 2005 - 27 February 2005
The exhibition presents Kiril Gulemetov’s artistic life in its different stylistic and plastic periods during the decades. Among the 100 graphic works presented are metal engravings /etching, aquatint, mezzotint /, with the classic finesse of the image, typical for the author; wood and linoleum engravings that are close to the print stylistics of the revival period; lithography, drawings and watercolours. The exposition features 50 paintings from the period from 1962 to 2001 shown for the first time to viewers.
GEO MILEV AND BULGARIAN MODERNISM
28 January 2005 - 27 March 2005
Organizers: Geo Milev International Foundation, Sofia Art Gallery, Art gallery of Stara Zagora, Geo Milev Museum House of Stara Zagora
BULGARIAN RED CROSS CHARITY EXHIBITION
12 January 2005 - 16 January 2005
The exhibition organized with the aim to be collected funds for the Bulgarian Red Cross is a cooperative initiative of the Sofia City Art Gallery and the Bulgarian Red Cross. Guided by the principles of humanism and unity the two organizations work together in the name of a noble cause. Tens of Bulgarian artists, always ready to help responded to their appeal: Svetlin Roussev, Ivan B. Ivanov, Gredi Assa, Edmond Demirdjian, Valentin Kolev, Luben Genov, Darina Tzureva, Dolores Dilova, Mariela Ivanova, Miglena Alexandrova, Mariyana Marinova, Bogdan Penev, Luben Kostov, Milko Pavlov, Kalya Zografova, Boris Kolev, Mimi Dobreva, Ivan Kunev, Andrey Daniel, Iva Vladimirova, Silva Buchvarova, Stephan Bojkov and others.
MEETING POINT Nedko Jechev. Kinetic Objects
22 December 2004 - 16 January 2005
The exhibition of Nedko Jechev includes paintings and kinetic objects: bamboozling mechanisms, connected through the laws of Physics, movement and center of gravity.
SVILEN PANAYOTOV ANTARCTICA
17 December 2004 - 16 January 2005
The Antarctica exhibition presents the latest one-man project of Svilen Panayotov after his participation in the twelfth Bulgarian Antarctic expedition on the island of Livingston, Antarctica. After a three-month stay at the beginning of 2004, the photographer returned with rich impressions and numerous photographs. The project’s aim is through the photographic exhibition consisting of 51 works, video films and a text, the unique animal world and exceptional beauty of this unrefined continent and also the labour of the Bulgarian workers on the pole to be popularised.
ATANAS NEYKOV NAYO paintings design graphics sculpture
16 December 2004 - 16 January 2005
Atanas Neykov was born on 30 May 1924 in Sofia. He studied at the Italian Royal College. He graduated from the Academy of Arts in1948, with major Decorative Art with tutors Professor Kiril Tzonev and Professor Dechko Uzunov.
MEETING POINT Kosta Tonev. The Full Image
26 November 2004 - 19 December 2004
“The full picture” project could be defined as a study of the ways through which visual perception overcomes the fragmentariness of image. This too general definition in fact refers to a series of ambiguous images created to lure the vision of an abstract plane between the fragment, active on its own and the whole picture. At the same time, they form a series of impossible and absurd situations.
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