VLADIMIR IVANOV 25 years of work HERE AND BEYOND
04 June 2002 - 28 June 2002
Despite his diploma with major Graphic Art, as an artist Vladimir Ivanov is well-known with the diverse nature of his creative life. With his explicit interest towards contemporary expressive means, he chose the hard but favorable course in search of the contents and shape of an artwork with the ambition to be ‘with histime’. The exposition presents 25 years of work HERE AND BEYOND: on the border of two periods, on the border of two worlds, on the border of two spiritual territories – that of real life and the border of the endless fields of poetic imagination. The means vary – drawings, graphic art, plastic art works, objects, installations – towards the conceptual in art, whose territory emphasizes on the idea of the work, on the poetic paradox, and the plastic pun and through the lay with the ephemeral suggests the perpetual meaning of eternal human values.
OUT OF MYSELF Mariela Gemisheva. Danail Starbanov
18 April 2002 - 28 April 2002
To experts and viewers Mariela Gemisheva is known as a prominent fashion designer working in the field of experimentation.
In the present exhibition- photographic installation, we are going to see her in a new role– as a model. This is a new role for her before Danail Shturbev’ s camera– and experiment with the different states of the female image carrying the risk regardless occupation, age, physique, and social pertinence.
BULGARIAN WORLDLY PAINTING SOFIA ART GALLERY COLLECTION 1864-1928
01 November 2001 - 01 December 2001
The exhibition presents 51 authors with 170 paintings owned by the SAG. These works were created between the end of 19th and the beginning of 20th century.
HRISTO STEFANOV A RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBITION
27 June 2001 - 31 August 2001
This is the first time when the artist Hristo Stefanov presents his huge comprehensive creative work collected on the occasion of his 70th Jubilee. The admirers of this famous Bulgarian artist will meet with his versatile creative work and will trace his exceptionally rich artistic life from his earliest ages (his first picture preserved was drawn when he was 12 – a remarkably precise and full of life portrait of the artist’s uncle), through the popular then Plovdiv period from the 60s, to his most recent paintings. The main line in the author’s creative evolution is found in his numerous portraits – a genre, in which Hristo Stefanov is a renowned master. Among the celebrities of national and international scale that attracted the painter’s trained eye, there are a lot of contemporaries who will have the chance ‘to meet themselves’ through the prism of the artist’s expressive painting. Favorite themes in Hristo Stefanov’s figurative compositions are his family, traces left from human suffering, poetic optimism, nature. The topics provoking restlessness are predominant in his latest painting cycles- the end of the century, entomological compositions, landslides. Abundant exquisite small-scale still life works create vivid accents. Using canvass or paper, sumptuous oil paste, liquid water color or fine nib Hristo Stefanov is an indisputable master; close in his sensitivity both to the reserved Bulgarian iconic painting heritage and to the emotional Latin American and Spanish artistic expression, but preserving the intransitive individualism of his strong creative personality through his whole artistic development.
INSIDE THE CONTEXT OF THE EXPRESSIVE AND OUTSIDE IT Vesselin Nachev, Ivaylo Vasilev, Ivan Kunchev, Krassimir Roussev, Roumen Bogdanov
01 June 2001 - 01 July 2001
On the surface, this exhibition appears to be a fortuitous meeting of artists from different generations and with different plastic methods. This is an exposition with a conglomerate structure and despite its uniting motto; it should not be referred to as a search of relation, proximity or similar concepts and ideas.
LANDSCAPE Exhibition Contemporary art form Britain
21 May 2001 - 21 June 2001
A large-scale event that you cannot overlook – 20 contemporary artists form Britain are presented with a total of 47 works with different strategies for reflection and presentation of scenes- genuine, imaginary or lurking in the memory, and a wide range of artistic means inclusively sound, text, slides, video materials, photography, realistic or abstract drawing and sculpture.
SPARTAK DERMENDJIEV - PARIS EXHIBITION OF SCULPTURE PORTRAITS
08 May 2001 - 28 May 2001
THERE ARE NO HAPPY BULGARIANS
(Happy are those who do not have conscience and the madmen)
120 PAINTINGS OF ENCHO PIRONKOV
01 March 2001 - 01 April 2001
This has been the first exhibition in Sofia of the great Bulgarian artist Encho Pironkov for 6 years. 120 paintings painted in the past 10 years are presented. The works are shown for the first time in public.
15 January 2001 - 15 February 2001
The Social Realism exhibition comprises the period from the end of the 40s to the end of the 50s. Some later works, thematically and stylistically continuing the same trend, are also featured. 80 paintings, graphic works, and 20 sculptures by 70 artists are shown.\r\n\r\n
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