• A festival of contemporary Bulgarian ceramics

    39 authors participate in this exhibition, which collects new works every year by different generations of ceramics, placing a special focus on the master in the field - this time is Antonina Konzova.

    Raiko Alexiev Union of Bulgarian Artists  
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  • Alexander Stanishev

    Last you may have heard his name around the documentary with festival successes The Magic Life of V, the drama Monkey, or the rather strong short series Father's Day. What they have in common is the cinematographic involvement of Alexander, whose portfolio includes foreign films, super-successful TV productions, loads of commercials, but also a lot of photography.

  • Alzek Misheff

    Which other gallery is better suited to the work of an artist who has made a whole career of swimming, besides Swimming Pool, which took its name from the empty pool on the terrace.

    Swimming Pool  
  • Antoaneta Georgieva

    This exhibition is both the first in the schedule of the newly opened Adora Gallery on 10 Ami Bou Blvd., but also the debut solo performance of the artist Antoaneta Georgieva.

  • Archeology of forgetting

    You've seen them if you suddenly have found yourself on a narrow long-distance road somewhere in Bulgaria - forgotten small villages in which almost all houses remain dark in the evening.

    Sofia Arsenal - Museum for Contemporary Art  
  • Bogomir Lazov

    He was born in 1906 in Kyustendil, where he later became one of the founders of the local gallery and museum. In 7 other towns and villages he worked for a long time as a painting teacher who, during his free time, practiced art himself and made not only portraits of famous scientists, but also watercolors of Kyustendil.

    National Gallery Square 500  
  • Earthbound

    Tolia Astakhishvili · Dani Jakob · Albena Mihaylova · Ani Schulze · Radostin Sedevchev · Dimitar Shopov · Martina Vacheva · Nico Joana Weber

    Marie Himmerich from Germany was a guest in the residency for curators Click, which has attracted people from different countries to do projects on local soil since last year.

    Goethe Institut  
  • Elza Goeva

    "I am a person of quick action, I can not work on one thing for a long time," she says about her paintings, but her work also speaks about something deeper than the impulse when she continues to show exhibitions at 91 years of age.

    Gallery Museum Dechko Uzunov  
  • Entwined: Paths of experience

    Six artists and one team from Bulgaria and Belgium come together in a project by the artist Natalie Sarkisian, Sylvie Sarkisian and the NEO Association. Two cultures are intertwined in artistic practices, not only in the exhibition but also in a series of talks. Go to Oborishte 5 on September 7 and 8 at 3:00 PM to hear the Young Artist's Conversations and to see it in front of you at the opening on September 11 at 6:00 PM.

    Oborishte 5 Gallery and Hall  
  • Ina Trifonova

    She studied Textile and Fashion, and her exhibitions and performances speak about how these fields mix with art. With the multicomponent project Soft, she uses different ways that all ultimately speak about the consumer reflex.

  • Martin Mladenov

    "Founders of urban culture in late-socialist Bulgaria," Martin Mladenov says of all the skaters and bladers he used to hang out with in the late 1980s.

  • Mihail Novakov

    He started shooting for One magazine, in 2010 he was selected for a traveling exhibition by Vice, and today we all know him as a photographer and cameraman with a focus on urban culture and social observation.

  • Miryana Todorova

    Eight years ago she won the Gaudenz B. Ruf Award for Young Artist, and today - with art diplomas from New York and a home address there, she makes performances, videos, installations, public interventions, painting.

  • Natalia Malakova

    She has shown in her hometown of Plovdiv and in Venice, and is now back in Sofia with a series of abstract emotional landscapes.

  • Pain and suffering

    The documentary exhibition is marking the 80th anniversary of the outbreak of World War II. Here you can see evidence of the Poles' struggle against totalitarian regimes, of the love of liberty, of their heroism, of the courage of soldiers and civilians, of the brotherhood over the struggle and struggle for freedom in other countries.

    National Museum of Military History  
  • Rumen Zhekov

    Painting, drawing, photography, installation and performance are the fields in which this artist works with over 20 solo exhibitions.

    National Gallery at the Palace  
  • Stanislav Pamukchiev

    In his abstract paintings he incorporates ash, straw and pitch, and in vast spaces he hangs objects that you can almost get into.

  • Stoyan Filipov - Fil

    It was not until 2001, when he was 50+ years old, that he suddenly discovered the urge to paint and has not stopped since.

  • The Palace For Art

    The central focus of this exhibition is the Palace, one of the oldest buildings in the very heart of Sofia, closely related to the history of the city and of Bulgaria. The Palace presents itself with its character as it was on the cusp of the 19th and 20th centuries; it is also appreciated as a physical locus created both by architects and artists and by the people who inhabited it.

    National Gallery at the Palace  
  • Time and People

  • Words, images, places

    The title of this exhibition is 140 years since Sofia was proclaimed the capital, so what better place for it than the city gallery.

    Sofia City Art Gallery