Art Doesn't Bite

5 April 2018 text Emanuela Ivanova photo Anelia Todorova
A nail in a pink wall could be rubbish or a great piece of contemporary art. Which one is it, we all choose for ourselves, but not before we find out who's held the hammer and why on Earth, is the wall not, let's say, blue.

Unfortunately, the information regarding exhibitions is often too complicated or even missing, which block the entrance to museums and galleries for people that are not art experts. That drives two doctors of art from New Bulgarian University to start translating contemporary art to normal people. They are Radoslav and Teodora - the creators of the platform Art and Culture Today, who for two years now have been gathering curious folks at Dom na kinoto with lectures on art. Before we take our seats for their upcoming lecture on April 21, we've decided to meet the duo, but spare them the question of what is good and bad in art - the one that interests them more is how they can make it feel more familiar to us.

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