• Albena Baeva

    How often do you hear "the exhibition will be available around the clock"? Let's first start with the gallery without closing times.

    Gallery Gallery  
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  • Albena Mihaylova

    Albena Mihailova shows us 4 faces in her exhibition Fictitious Autobiography - videos with a different main character (Monica, Niall, Shung and Albena herself), and as the title implies, their real lives are mixed with fantasy and fiction.

    Sofia Arsenal - Museum for Contemporary Art  
  • Anton Terziev

    His exhibition small victories tries to shrink even typographically, but in fact it shows a grand idea: "that the most difficult is to escape from personal fears, from the option to hurt, to turn anger and disappointment into creative power," says curator Svetoslav Todorov.

  • Attractive and Ordinary

    The exhibition's title - The Woman in the Oeuvre of European Graphic Artists of the 19th and 20th Centuries - may sound too general, but listen: the focus is on those artists who, generation after generation, took up the subject of the woman in new ways and with new expressive means.

    National Gallery Square 500  
  • Christo & Jeanne-Claude

    If "hardware" is the physical result of their ideas, in the gallery we look at what the organizers call Software - a collection of posters featuring preparatory sketches of Christo and Jeanne-Claude on projects such as Umbrellas, Gates or Wrapped Reichstag.

    New Bulgarian University  
  • Contemporary Paintings

    Albena Petkova, Alla Georgieva, Anton Terziev, Dimitar Mitovski, Dina Stoev, Domisani Karamanski, Ivo Bistrichki, Konstantin Kostov, Radoslav Maglov, Rosen Toshev, Rumen Zhekov, Severina Eneva

    The Art Center on 10 Alexander Stamboliyski Str. in Bankya turns 5 and celebrates with its traditional autumn exhibition. This year, 12 authors show their views on painting today.

    Art Center Bankya  
  • Digital aesthetics

    This digital art exhibition is trying to be a map of the place we live in since technology has evolved into virtual reality and communication.

  • Dragomir Kostadinov-PXRN

    DOZA is the new gallery and event venue on 52 Tsar Samuil St., and the first exhibition there, Face Your Fears, has just invited us to play with our nightmares.

  • Finale

    Gaudenz B. Ruff, who lived here as a Swiss ambassador, founded an award in his  name in 2007 with the idea of ​​supporting local art.

  • Jojo Georgiev

    He explains his work without verbs like this: "eyes - brain - heart - hands". To explain, this sculptor and professor at the NHA looks at what goes before and through it and makes it into curved wire figures, minimalist drawings or collage paintings. On November 7th at 7:00 pm, Gifted shows its new exhibition, which stays there until December 3rd.

  • Julian Atanassov

    The cinematographer of films like Eastern Plays and ¾, shows his first exhibition with 20 of his photos, which carry a sense of plot (as indicated by the title Leo and the Forest Spirits).

  • Kapka Kaneva

    If there's a way to get to the City Mark Art Center at 18:00 on November 8, perfect - you'll catch the culmination of Kapka Kaneva's exhibition when List publishing does a belated premiere of two of its titles, illustrated by her. Otherwise, the exhibition Bookmarks shows the original illustrations from the books as well as other works of Kapka.

    City Mark Art Center  
  • Lika Yanko

    You can also see two exhibitions with paintings by Lika Yanko at the moment, and she is in fact far more famous for them, but this exposition puts her drawings in front of us. The point is to see the "intensive, practically constant process of making sense of the world with a line" - curator Ivo Milev arranges it for us with previously not shown work from two private collections. The exhibition include multimedia technologies and special lighting in the experience.

    National Gallery Square 500  
  • Lika Yankov

    If you pass through Dondukov 25, you may notice the small sign on the house where she lived.

  • Manaki Brothers

    Back in their day, the photos of Yanaki and Milton was highly valued, but they're still important today - they shot the first movie in the Balkans in 1905.

  • Museum Tours at Kvadrat 500

    The permanent exhibition of the National Gallery includes the most significant examples of Bulgarian art, works by European masters, as well as by authors from Asia, Africa and Latin America. In a series of 50-minute museum tours, you will learn the history of some of the over 1,600 works located in the 28 halls of Kvadrat 500.

    National Gallery Square 500  
  • Natural Forms

    Vasil Angelov, Monika Naydenova, Kalia Kalacheva

    This new gallery will always revolve around nature, ecology and biography, so the first exhibition there shows us such graphics by Vasil Angelov, glass objects by Monika Naydenova and the wooden paintings of Kalia Kalacheva.

    Little Bird Place  
  • On the edge

    An up-to-date sample of contemporary graphics by big and small names from around the world, curated by Zoran Mishe of Print Nest.

    Stubel Art Gallery  
  • Pass the ammo #4

    For the fourth time, FineActs brings together artists and gives them a theme for artistic sprinting - for a week, 12 people from 12 countries interpreted democracy and freedom. What they have done will be available on TheAmmo.org's online platform, and for the first time we are watching it in a pop-up exhibition.

    Goethe Institut  
  • Radoslava Boor

    Having grown up among artists, it is no wonder that Radoslava also took the artistic route and graduated from the National Academy of Arts. Over the years she has been an illustrator, graphic designer, artist, creative director, and in the Czech Republic, where she lives today, she co-founded the advertising Addict Agency in 2010.
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    Sofia Theatre  
  • Showcasing Bulgarian design

    The Melba Design Festival returns this month with films and lectures, and here's the exhibition to it - Studio Komplekt are putting together over 30 local examples in what they hope to be a snapshot of what has recently happened in the area.

    Espace PORT A  
  • Sofia Grancharova

    Where is the border between conceptual design and contemporary art? Sofia will soon tell us in an interview as well but in the meantime at the gallery she replies with an Infinite Cocktail - an exhibition which overflows with objects, fashion, books and added digital reality.

    Vaska Emanouilova  
  • Thank you, Mr Ruf!

    Why is the gallery thanking Gaudenz B. Ruf with a whole exhibition? Because if it wasn't for him, a lot of other events would never have happened.

    Credo Bonum  
  • 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  
  • Time and People

  • Vasil Abadzhiev

    Why do we find ourselves so distant in a world that is constantly gathering us - this is what the set designer, who has worked on productions in several countries, asks with a photo and video installation.

    Sofia City Art Gallery  
  • Veliko Marinchevski

    He has participated in the biennial of graphics from Pleven to Beijing, and is also traveling to his new exhibition - Moon Reflections II is the second in a series that collects his graphics made in China.

  • Words, images, places

    The title of this exhibition is 140 years since Sofia was proclaimed the capital, so what better place for it than the city gallery.

    Sofia City Art Gallery