• Dimitar Genchev

    Sariev Gallery presents Dimitar Genchev’s solo exhibition Family Portrait. It will be held simultaneously at Sariev Gallery and at the artist's studio between February 15th and March 28th and will display new works by the artist from the end of 2019 and the beginning of 2020.

    Dimitar Genchev's studio  
    Sariev Contemporary  
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  • In the heart of Sofia

    Prepared by a team of the Sofia City Art Gallery for the 140th anniversary of Sofia's proclamation of the capital of Bulgaria, the exhibition will be shown for the first time in Bulgaria after it was presented at our cultural institutes in Prague, Vienna and London.

    2019 Exhibition Hall  
  • Ivan Kirkov

    The exhibition "Painting, Drawings, Illustrations" by Ivan Kirkov (1932-2010) presents little known works from the diverse works of the author, which has left a clear mark in the development of contemporary Bulgarian art.

    L'union de Paris  
  • Matey Mateev

    One of the fierce and famous contemporary expressionists of his generation, Matey Mateev - Matthew, arranges an exhibition Apple ... and then at the Resonance Gallery.

    Labyrinth Gallery  
  • Mummers - an extravaganza of colors, magic and mystery

    The Visiting Exhibition of the Regional Museum of History - Yambol presents the mummers' plays in Southeastern Bulgaria.

    Regional Ethnographic Museum - Plovdiv  
  • Nikola Gulev

    The young Plovdiv artist presents in Vazrazhdane Gallery a solo painting exhibition called Perspectives of the soul.

    Vazrazhdane  
  • Onnik Karanfilyan



    Dyakov  
  • Selected by the Plovdiv Municipality Fund

    Drawings and graphic works, executed with different techniques by the most prominent Bulgarian artists, related to Plovdiv, were selected by the curator of the exhibition Krasimir Linkov.

    Kapana  
  • Short stories


    Arslan Ahmedov, Lubomir Atanasov, Katia Chausheva, Asen Krastenov

    Four remarkable authors, each one with his own visual language, tell the stories of their inspiration.

    Labyrinth Gallery  
  • Something old, something new...



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