World Residence

22 February 2018 text Natalia Ivanova photos Anelia Todorova
In 1884 Lydia Shackleton stayed in the Royal Gardens in Dublin to explore, draw and document the life of the plants. Her stay there was long and didn't fit any definition, so the history gives one itself: artist-in-residence. It is clear that a century and a half later the soil is different, but today we can see how artists from all over the world put down their roots for a while (from one to six months) near the Canal in Sofia so that art can grow from their experience. On the doorstep of the studio (on 167 Evlogi Georgiev blvd), however, we first meet the hosts of the residence - hello, World of Co.


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