THE WINDOW paintings and graphics from the collection of Sofia Art Gallery
16 June 2005 - 18 September 2005
The Sofia Art Gallery has a comprehensive collection of paintings, sculptures and graphic art works collected for more than 70 years. It comprises about 7000 works by Bulgarian classics, modernists, and contemporary artists stored in its storage areas. The objective of each museum institution is to give the opportunity to spectators to get familiar with its rich funds. During the past years, the SAG has been organizing a number of thematic exhibitions, showing the diversity of its collection. More than 100 paintings and graphic art works are included in the exhibition, created at the beginning of the 20-th century until present.
Elegance in Motion: Ballet and the Visual Arts
19 May 2005 - 12 June 2005
The U.S. Embassy will display an exhibit of sculptures, paintings, photographs and graphic works as part of Ambassador and Mrs. Pardew’s Honorary Patronage this year of the National Ballet of Sofia. The exhibit entitled “Elegance in Motion” is made up of works by ten Bulgarian artist who have spent the past year observing the rehearsals and performances of the National Ballet. The artists displaying works are: Edmond Demirdjian, Safer Galibov, Lyuben Genov, Ivo Hadjimishev, Dessislava Mincheva, Emil Mirchev, Ivan Moskov, Emil Popov, Yavora Petrova and Snejana Simeonova.
Action: Contemporary Art Boryana Rossa works in public collections
17 May 2005 - 05 June 2005
The purpose of the “Action: Modern Art” is to supply the newly established collection “Modern Art and Photography” and to promote the latest trends in Bulgarian art. The Sofia Art Gallery staff are convinced that the mission of their institution is to appraise, select and store the best examples from the past and the present day of art. In our circumstances this function is even more important given the lack of a Museum of Contemporary Art. Several generations of artists have been employing the new means of expression for some twenty years now, however, their works have not been and are not included in museum collections. This disturbing fact inspired our vigorous effort to conserve this art. Unfortunately, because of shortage of money we have to rely on donations from artists. The exceptionally valuable donation “Vanitas” of Nadezhda Oleg Lyahova was displayed within the framework of this project in October 2005.
Photo exhibition "Strandja"
12 May 2005 - 05 June 2005
The exhibition displays 15 Bulgarian photographers who have participated in the Strandja 2004 Photo Expedition. It is part of a series of projects that the 41T Ltd. produced in the past few years within the framework of an extensive exploration of the Strandja region. The exploration covers the Strandja Mountains natural sites, the local architecture, the local people and their customs, beliefs and traditions. A CD is to be released with records of folk music from Strandja.
DIMITAR KIROV a jubilee year ...1953-2003...
10 May 2005 - 05 June 2005
Dimiter Kirov- Dikiro will celebrate his seventieth anniversary on 20 May 2005. On this occasion, the painter is exhibiting selected paintings, created during the period 1953- 2003, in the Sofia City Art Gallery. The majority of them belong to the author.
MEETING POINT Anna Podekova. Urban and Suburban Landscapes
26 April 2005 - 15 May 2005
The map is the means of traveling for the dreamer who will never leave home and make his travels come true. It is a way to lose yourself or not to lose yourself, depending on your familiarity with the conditionality and its signs.
Prof. Ivan Gazdov COVER CLASSIC GRAPHICATURE
14 April 2005 - 11 May 2005
The COVER CLASSIC GRAPHICATURE COLLECTION (1999-2003) is the most recent series, featuring thirty artworks created by Professor Gazdov during the past several years. The graphicatures, familiar to connoisseurs, appear for the first time in shapes and technique unusual for them. In addition to serigraphic prints, they exist as vinyl ‘billboards’.
JAPAN PRINT ASSOCIATION IN SOFIA ART GALLERY
04 April 2005 - 08 May 2005
The Sofia Art Gallery exhibition features 49 artists, each one presented with two works. In this respect, this is the largest-scale presentation of contemporary Japanese graphic art.
MEETING POINT Svetlin Balezdrov. "7"
04 April 2005 - 24 April 2005
My three-dimensional abstract work aims at influencing the subconscious and provoking contemplation, e.g to tune the spirit to those peculiar states, typical for the Eastern mysticism. The Asian thread in the project could also be traced in the treatment of the material. Each module of the ensemble is folded only by on single piece of paper without infringing its integrity. Despite my explicit interest towards the East, I belong to the cultural tradition of the West and I think that my work is seriously influenced by the constructivism and minimalism.
MEETING POINT Nikolay Zanev. Derailed
15 March 2005 - 27 May 2005
Within the context of “Meeting point”, Nikolay Zanev’s project raises numerous questions of major importance treating the relationship between critique, audience, artist and artefact. The artist makes the art object and the critique dependent by critically exposing texts in the gallery space, offering free interpretations of them. His methods include appropriations of already existing objects, photography, pictures and manipulated objects.
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