Union of Bulgarian Artists exhibitions / present
Opening - 24th of March, 6 p.m.
This exhibition is a modest intention to show at least some of the biggest designers in Bulgarian theater in the second half of the twentieth century. They have worked with the most interesting filmmakers of this period, and are built up and evolved the Bulgarian theater, opera and film art.
Among them are exhibited works of many young colleagues who, hopefully, that will determine the development of the Bulgarian scenography and theater in the first half of the twenty-first century.
Facing two temporally distant generations, this exhibition could be seen as a kind of bridge through time.
Opening - 22nd of March, 6 p.m.
The Union of Bulgarian Artists organize a charity exhibition to raise funds for the Department of Neonatology at the Mother House Hospital, the idea for which is of artist Rosa Engibarova.
The exhibition features artists who make their works free of charge for the purpose of buying Pulse Oximeters fir the Clinic for Neonatology. The pulse oximeter is a device for measuring heart rate and oxygen level in the blood, in order to avoid side effects in the body due to an overdose of oxygen in preterm born infants.
Opening - 16t of March, 6 - 8 p.m.
The tandem Jordan Pankov (J.Pank) and Stefan Petrunov called their exposure GBP (THE GREAT BEAUTY | PROJECT) with aim to open a wide field for its definition by moisture and a sense of irony (no direct references to Sorrentino).
Both artists highlight of his fondness for modern and a taste for pop art. Their ideas are related to the interpretation of contemporary problems by making parallels with the story, but "The Great Beauty" runs like a red thread on different levels.
Opening - 9th of March, 6 p.m.
This exhibition is a part of events with which the academy celebrates 120 years since its foundation.
Ths exhibition presents the teachers in the academy today - artists who keep the academic identity and also recognize the challenges for contemporary visual arts. The exhibition features over 100 artists whose works are separated in two buildings of the Academy - Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts, and within them - the individual disciplines and departments.