• Anton Stoyanov

    Stoianov has a successful international career so it is curious to note that Fornoteca is his first solo show in his home country.

    FLUCA - Austrian Cultural Pavilion  
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  • BACKGROUND: Young Artists from Plovdiv

    Mitch Bresunek, Martina Vacheva, Dimitar Genchev, Velizar Dimchev, Yavor Kostadinov, Lyubomir Krastev, Trifon Tashev, Valko Chobanov, Dimitar Shopov

    BACKGROUND: Young Artists from Plovdiv is situated not only in its traditiona llocation - Sariev Contemporary, but also gives way to other artistic spaces such as Danchova house in the Old Town with its typical Bulgarian Revival architecture and the young gallery Cu29.

    Sariev Contemporary  
  • Emma Vakarelova

    An exhibition of travel drawings and colour sketches.

    Labyrinth Gallery  
  • Eureca! Travelling Exhibition

    Muzeiko comes to Plovdiv to present some of the most popular discoveries of the 19th and 20th centuries.

    Regional Historical Museum Plovdiv - Centre for Contemporary History  
  • Exhibition of young watercolor painters

  • Leonardo - the noble genius

  • Pergamen from Serbia

    Author: Leposava Sibinovic

  • Spirit and tradition of stone and wood

  • Stoyan Tsanev

  • The ABC’s of Polish Design

    The exhibition combines past and present, showing the heritage of Polish design through the achievements of contemporary Polish graphic. It displays 100 works of Polish designers that have been interpreted by 25 Polish illustrators.

  • Trifon Nedelchev

  • What Would Winning Look Like? – No New Deal

    Works by Sergey Kishchenko, Sonia Leimer, Suzy Léger, Jakob Neulinger, Female Obsession. Curated by Ursula Maria Probst (Vienna).

    FLUCA - Austrian Cultural Pavilion