• Art group XXL

    A provocative art collective that was most active in the late 90s and early 2000s before their own gallery was closed due to political reasons. Now we get to know them closely through documents and recent works by all the XXL artists plus some of the artists they collaborated with through the years.

    National Gallery at the Palace  
  • Art Start: Young Artists to Follow in 2018

    Elena Nazarova, Tina Hamze, Stanislava Ivanova, Anton Tsanev, Kalina Mavrodieva, Sofia Grancharova, Marta Jourina, ATANASOV, Mariyan Atanasov, Denitsa Milusheva, Martin Penev, Pepa Ivanova

    January is for resolutions and plans but since 2017 it's been important because of one more thing: last year curators Vesela Nozharova, Daniela Radeva and Stefka Tsaneva introduced us to the first edition of their annual exhibition of artworks by young Bulgarian artists we should keep our eyes on.

    Goethe Institut  
  • Blazei Ostoja Lniski

    A collection of litographies thta Blazei created by overlaying the prints of other artists' graphics and adding something from himself to every layer.

    Polish Institute  
  • Corneliu Baba

    The 1907 triptych by the Romanian artist goes out of a private collection to stay for a while in Square 500.

    National Gallery Square 500  
  • Format 30/30

    Andrey Daniel, Atanas Hranov, Atanas Tashev, Bisera Prahova, Vasil Valev, Gredi Assa, Desislava Mincheva, Dolores Dilova, Zhivka Marinova, Zahary Kamenov, Ivaylo Mirchev, Ivan Kanev, Ivan Milushev, Ivo Bistrichki and more

    The annual exhibition this year has invited 66 masters and young talents in the field of painting to express themselves on a 30x30 canvas.

  • Gold and Bronze

    Or the largest exhibition ever to focus our attention on the metals and resources of the Eastern Balkans during the Bronze Age.

    National Archaeological Institute with Museum BAN  
  • Imre Makovecz

    He's one of Hungary's most important architects who created more than a hundred amazing buildings. We'll see his drawings of some of them, along with photos of the real thing, taken by Gabor Mate.

    Hungarian Culture Institute  
  • Petar Nedyalkov

    A collection of photopraphs taken during Petar's 1-month stay in Mumbai, depicting the life of a small group of people working at one of the last remaining family-owned salt mines there.

    PhotoSynthesis Art Center  
  • Shifting Layers

    Svetozara Alexandrova, Rada Bukova, Albena Baeva, Iskra Blagoeva, Ani Vaseva, Stella Vasileva, Boryana Ventsislavova, Vito Valentinov, Leda Vaneva, Voin de Voin, Marie Chivikov, Vasilena Gankovska, Stanimir Genov, Zoran Georgiev, Ivo Dimchev, ...

    A collection of works by the generation of young artists that the galleries Vaska Emanuilova and SGHG have pushed into the spotlight throughout the last 14 years.

    Sofia City Art Gallery  
  • Unosto

  • Valentin Starchev

    For half a century he has been creating medals, coins, small sculptures and important monuments (such as 1300 years Bulgaria), and now he shows us works, created in the last few months.

    Raiko Alexiev Union of Bulgarian Artists  
  • Yavor Boyanov