Union of Bulgarian Artists exhibitions / archive
Opening - 12th of December, 6 p.m.
The fifth edition of the "Festival of contemporary ceramics" is organized by the "Ceramics" section at the UBA and will be presented in the hall of the gallery - bookstore "Sofia Press".
This event is a continuation of the traditional annual ceramics exhibitions that are a feast for the artists - potters. Traditionally, the festival celebrated on 12th of December his patron - Saint Spyridon. This forum is the stage of the actual state of the ceramic art in Bulgaria. The exhibition aims to continue the artistic tradition to establish continuity between different generations of artists, and to demonstrate new techniques and aesthetic matters.
The festival has a competition theme: "The less is more”. Consciously it’s seeking a philosophical expression of plasticity and color created by ceramic material.
Opening - 19th of January, 6 p.m.
The exhibition "Graphics, graphics, graphics... " shows drawings, attempts and regular graphic prints stored in various depots and warehouses and the graphic bases of UBA. One part of these originals are passed through fire and flood, but on the other time has left indelible scars. As periodization these works range from the mid-twentieth century until today. Some of them can not be dated and others are now in the process of analyzing. Among the authors appear the names of Petrana Klisurova, Zlatka Dabova, Zafir Ionchev, Hristo Neykov, Anastasiya Panayotova, Borislav Stoev, Pencho Balkanski, Evgeni Kurdov, Atanas Neykov, Mincho Panayotov, Tanya Vladova, Ivan Ninov and others.
Opening - 9th of December, 6 p.m.
4th floor, lobby
Sava Tsonovski presented to the audience in Sofia his traditional exhibition of his recent watercolors just before Chistmas, this time in tandem with his granddaughter - Petra. The exhibition will introduce you to the magical world of this capricious technique that both authors have mastered to perfection.
Opening - 5th of December, 6 p.m.
The exhibition is the last for this year initiative of the section "Painting" at the UBA in which the organizers aim to show to the audience not only the recent works of some active painters working at the moment, but also their socially responsible position on what is happening in the country today.
In the exhibition take part 36 authors with 79 paintings.
The project "What happened?" provokes the authors to present their views, trigger and expected socio-political reaction with artistic means. The exhibition is motivated by recent developments of new figurative and conceptual line in the painting related to the articulation of acute social and political content.
Opening - 3rd of December, 6.30 p.m.
Crucial place in our national history and the Bulgarian folk memory took the Russian-Turkish War from 1877-1878. Its meaning has a heating character, because it is true age old dream of the Bulgarians for national sovereignty.
Indicative is the fact that more than a century she lived in the picturesque works of the Bulgarian and foreign artists, some of which was collected in the funds of the Museum of Military History in Pleven.
The exhibition "Memory of Liberation" includes 27 artistic paintings reflecting moments of the historical events that marked the course of the war. It is reflected the attitude of the Bulgarian nation towards war with the paintings that illustrate fraternal assistance, welcoming the liberators and the joy of freedom.
Opening - 3rd of December, 6 p.m.
- About the exhibition
The audience in Sofia will have the opportunity to see a unique exhibition that gathered the best works of Bulgarian stenographers of the recent years.
Initiator and organizer of the event is section "Scenography" at the UBA, which aim through such national exhibitions and curatorial projects periodically to familiarize the audience with the latest trends and achievements in the field of the stage design in the theater, opera, operetta, ballet, etc.
- "National Award for scenography of the UBA"
During the official opening of the exhibition the National Award for Scenography of the UBA will be given.
This fact is of grand importance for the guild as it brings a balance in the evaluation of the theatrical product that, until now, was only receiving attention only by the actors, not the artists.
Opening - 21st of November, 6 p.m.
Dimitar Nikolov Vitkov is known among artists as Dimitar Vitkov was born on 5th of December 1953 in Sofia.
His early school years he spent in Vidin, where his parents were living and working.
From 1969 to 1973 years he studied in Sofia at the Hight School of Fine Arts. From 1975 he studied painting at the Academy in the class of prof. Svetlin Roussev where he graduated in 1981.
Since 1984 is a member of the UBA. During the period from 1981 to 1983 he worked as a curator at the Museum in Targoviste and leads an art school.
13 - 15th of November, 11 a.m. - 7 p.m.
This exhibition is a kind of a review of my life in painting. Less ideological /conceptual/ as formal - the plastic part of my creative pursuits. The story, as it exists, is rather a function of the underlying my experiments with color, the texture, tone and psychological organization of suggestion and all other elements of the picture space. It is obvious my attachment to the so called “poetic reality", interpreted in my sensibility and temperament. Don’t look for discoveries. My excitement are directed inward rather than forward and upward.
Opening - 10th of November, 6 p.m.
From 10th to 30th of November in all the exhibition halls at the gallery on the UBA at "Shipka" 6 Str. will be exhibited the Seventh International Print Art Triennial - Sofia, 2014. The event, which has a 20 -year-old history is determined as a current platform for global, contemporary graphics and is among the most important international events in the field of the visual arts in Bulgaria.
On the occasion of the event here arrived as curators and jury significant figures from the world contemporary print art: Jose Gides, Brazil; Henry Klein, USA; Breda Skrânec, Slovenia; Mark Frizing , Luxembourg.
The triennial is organized by the Union of Bulgarian Artists, section "Graphics and Illustration”, held with the support of the "Culture" and "Mobility" Programs of Sofia Municipality and in cooperation with the embassies of Brazil and the US in Bulgaria.
A part of the Triennial is the discussion "The modern print art - between the traditional and digital technologies" which will be held on 11th of November at 11.00 am.
Opening - 4th of November, 6 p.m.
The International Art Glass Festival is founded in 2010 as one too ambitious project that aims to revive the work with glass in Bulgaria.
There are participating artists from ten European countries - Bulgaria, the UK, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Poland, France, the Netherlands, and Czech Republic. The nature of the festival corresponds with current international practice representing glass as a material applicable to the design, architecture, applied and fine arts, hidden from the world renowned and European art events.