• 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  
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  • Archaeology of Sofia and the region 2018

  • 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  
  • Drawings from the collection of Ivan Radev

    Ivan Radev, born in 1932, was an interior and book designer, and an artist. However he had enough energy and curiosity to also gather one of the largest art collections in Bulgaria - now we see drawings and sketches from it, made by well known painters like Ilia Petrov, Dechko Uzunov and Vladimir Dimitrov - Maistora.

    Loran  
  • 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  
  • From the Resurrection of Lazarus to the Holy Spirit

    A collection of never-before-seen works of Christian art created in the period between the 16th and 19th centuries.

    Crypt of the St. Alexander Nevski Memorial Church  
  • John Kiki & Darren Barker

    For the first time, with this exhibition, we meet the art of two British artists whose works chase individual style and themes but somehow manage to complement each other in a visual harmony.

    National Gallery at the Palace  
  • 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  
  • Stoyan Raynov

    A collection of illustrations, ceramic objects and even works by some of his students show us why Stoyan Raynov was - and still is - important for the evolution of Bulgarian art.

    Vaska Emanouilova  
  • Synthesis

    We are looking for the common link between Bulgaria and Indonesia in everything from traditional textiles and jewelery to contemporary art on both sides.

    National Gallery Square 500  
    Regional History Museum in Sofia  
  • 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  
  • The traces are getting lost

    In Plovdiv, in 1912, a Society of South-Bulgarian Artists was created, who for 40 years organized exhibitions together, split into smaller groups and grow in number.

    Sofia City Art Gallery  
  • Time and People