Union of Bulgarian Artists exhibitions / archive
Opening - 15th of September, 6 p.m.
The Young Bulgarian Artists Group was created to support gifted artists at the beginning of their journey and to show what they created as graduates at the National Art Academy as well as immediately after completing their education. The platform will follow their development because we are confident in their undisputed talent and hope they are accepted and appreciated by the audience in Bulgaria and abroad.
In 2015, on the idea and courtesy of Mr. Todor Staykov*, began the selection of painters from departments „Painting“ and „Sculpture“. The jury members: Acad. Svetlin Rusev, Prof. Valentin Starchev, Prof. Dessislava Mincheva, Prof. Stanislav Pamukchiev, Prof. Emil Popov, Prof. Vihroni Popnedelev and Prof. Angel Stanev nominated several graduating students whose works are distinguished by a large artistry, professionalism and creativity.
Opening - 13th of September, 6 p.m.
Branimir Antonov does not refer to his exhibitions just as he does not name his works, but numbers them. Each new piece of work is the stage of a process of search and entry into itself.
In his exhibition he presents 28 abstract works in his characteristic technique.
Opening - 11th of September, 6 p.m.
Results of the competition Cite des art, Paris, 2018:
Opening - 1st of September, 6 p.m.
This year, more than 40 participants of different ages will perform in the exhibition. The festival goes out of the guild environment and opens to artists who are not ceramists, but they also use clay as a material in their work. The sculptor Krum Damyanov was invited as an honorary guest for his 80th anniversary, and special guests at the festival are Georgi Donov - sculptor, Zahari Kamenov - print artist, and others.
The festival seeks to stimulate young, debuting ceramics from the National Academy of Arts and the New Bulgarian University (NBU). These awards are also directed to the awards provided by the NBU.
Opening - 1st of September, 6-8 p.m.
This exhibition is planned by the artist as jubilee. Selected at almost random, in his words, the works are from different creative periods and represent a small part of his collection of nearly 2000 paintings.
Lubomir Savinov was born on 2nd of September 1941 in Sofia. In 1970, he graduated Decorative and Monumental Painting at the National Academy of Fine Arts in the class of Prof. Georgi Bogdanov.
Opening - 19th of July, 6 p.m.
In February 2017, at the invitation of the Cultural Representation of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Sofia, a delegation of Bulgarian journalists visited the Islamic Republic of Iran. The purpose of the trip was to get acquainted with life in this country today and to establish contacts with colleagues from the Iranian media.
The impressions of one-week stays for Iran's economic, social, cultural and media development are already shared in a series of materials.
Opening - 14th of July, 6 p.m.
In the month of July in the UBA Gallery will be presented exhibition of the members of Section 13. It will be open for all contemporary bulgarian artists.
There won't be theme restirictions or about the number of the presented works and also those that are from members of the Union arenot subject of the jury.
Opening - 14th of July, 6.30 p.m.
The word kitsch and the word wall rug in our language are like two sisters. They run inseparably from one to another. It is so impregnated, so it is planted in our heads. That's why today we don't look with a good eye to wall rugs. They are thrown out of the garbage and stigmatized as stagnant.
Opening - 13th of June, 6 p.m.
The artist Nikolai Staykovski was born on 11th of May 1956 in Pleven.
A big part of his early print art works are spiritually and thematically related to the national cultural and historical heritage. The great past and its relics - Eneolithic ceramics and female "idols", medieval and Renaissance churches and monasteries, cities and fortresses, heroes and saints turn into inspiration and creative challenge for this outstanding master of the high-print engraving with a bright and distinctive handwriting.
Staykovski's work is bright and positive, highly professional, understandable and meaningful.
Opening - 11th of July, 6 p.m.
Hristo Yonkov is one of the most famous contemporary ceramics with much participation in national and international exhibitions, plain-airs, ceramic symposiums. Recently is name was related with the High School for Applied Arts in Troyan where he was a director for many years.
The exhibition „Clay forest“ is dedicated to his 70th anniversary and it is a part of the International Contemporary Ceramic Festival. The works in it are created during the last five years and they are inspired from the nature and the architecture.