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.
BORIS KOLEV LAYERS
23 November 2004 - 15 December 2004
The “Layers” exhibition presents the latest works of Boris Kolev, created especially for the area of Sofia City Art Gallery, in 2004. The artist possesses a specific method of work, combining and piling in layers a variety of materials: colored paper pulp, sawdust, charcoal, acrylic pigments and objects that were found. The impact of these creations is due to the work with colors, structure and texture of the painting surfaces. These creations are best perceived through intuition and senses.
BOIKO MITKOV THE SILVER RIVER
21 November 2004 - 15 December 2004
After absence of long years from Bulgarian art landscape, the sculptor Boyko Mitkov came back with the exhibition the Silver river. It will show the viewers his latest not shown works created in the last year. The exhibition was carried out on the occasion of the fifty-year anniversary of the artist.
ART IN THE NEW US EMBASSY IN BULGARIA U.S. Embassy Unveils Artwork of New U.S. Embassy Complex
16 November 2004 - 01 December 2004
The U.S. Embassy in Bulgaria will mount a major exhibit of American and Bulgarian art at the Sofia City Gallery, November 15 - December 1. These paintings, photographs and sculptures will decorate the offices and grounds of the new U.S. Embassy complex in Sofia, which is slated for completion later this year. This new Embassy building will not only house the offices and staff of the U.S. Embassy; it will also contain major works of art by American and Bulgarian artists. The exhibit at the City Gallery will offer to the Bulgarian public the unique opportunity to view these major works before they are moved to the new U.S. Embassy building.
Collection Bulgarian Photographic Association and Friends Images from the blind spot
22 October 2004 - 14 November 2004
Sofia City Art Gallery presents an exhibition of contemporary Bulgarian photography.
MEETING POINT Assen Emilov. Background
19 October 2004 - 12 November 2004
The “Background” series of photos represents a fiction of the distance to the “background”, whether this distance is infinite or the background is a kind of a huge set-scene, which creates an illusion of infinity that people are “scared to death” to experience.
JOAN LEVIEV PICTURES IN PRIVATE
13 October 2004 - 07 November 2004
This exhibition is connected with the 70th anniversary of the great Bulgarian painter. It includes 82 drawings, watercolors and pastel, created from1977 to 1993. Among them, there is the cycle of 30 erotic ink drawings created in the period from 1981 to 1985 and are shown to the audience for the first time.
Nadezhda Oleg Lyahova VANITAS
05 October 2004 - 15 October 2004
The Vanitas Exhibition presents a performance of the same name and a series of Digital still lives.
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