Exhibitions & Events in Sofia
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Yavora PETROVA – drawings in STUBEL Gallery
STUBEL Gallery presents Yavora PETROVA solo exhibition May 30 – June 25, 2020 Vernissage: May 30, 2020, 2 – 7 p.m. – 2V, Kosta Lulchev Str., Sofia
“Monologues – drawings in isolation” – exhibition by Stanislav PAMUKCHIEV in ARTE Gallery
ARTE Gallery presents STANISLAV PAMUKCHIEV “Monologues – drawings in isolation” solo exhibition May 28 – June 12, 2020
“Expectation” – exhibition by Anton ANTONOV in LIK Gallery
LIK Gallery presents ANTON ANTONOV “Expectation” exhibition, painting May 20 – June 9, 2020 Vernissage: May 20 / Wednesday / from 3 pm to 8 pm – 37, Layosh Koshut Str., Sofia
SUMMERTIME in PARIS Gallery
PARIS Gallery presents SUMMERTIME 2020 General summer exhibition May 20 – September 10, 2020 * the exhibition is without official opening
“Bays and portraits” – exhibition by Atanas HRANOV in RAKURSI Gallery
RAKURSI Gallery presents ATANAS HRANOV “Bays and portraits” exhibition, painting 20 May – 20 June 2020 4A, Han Krum Street, Sofia
TOSCANA – exhibiion by Milko BOZHKOV in ASTRY Gallery
ASTRY Gallery presents Milko BOZHKOV TOSCANA exhibition, painting May 19 – June 5, 2020
IVAN DIMOV – “Archeology of memory”, watercolors
ARTE Gallery presents IVAN DIMOV “Archeology of memory” exhibition, watercolors 11 – 25 May 2020
UPGRADING – virtual exhibition in MISSION Gallery
MISSION Gallery presents UPGRADING virtual exhibition State Cultural Institute under the Minister of Foreign Affairs April 29 – May 29, 2020
EXBODYTION II (Traces Of The Common Memory) – exhibition by RASSIM® in ONE Gallery
ONE GALLERY presents Krasimir Krastev – RASSIM® EXBODYTION II (Traces Of The Common Memory) solo exhibition 08-30 April 2020
Dechko Uzunov – “A trip to China”- exhibition, painting
Dechko Uzunov Art Gallery 24, Dragan Tsankov Blvd., Sofia Heritage Program presents Dechko Uzunov A trip to China exhibition, painting February – June 2020
Featured Art Galleries
The Sofia Art Gallery is a museum with longstanding traditions. Its role is to present the facts of Bulgarian cultural history in an analytical and modern way and to actively intervene in art developments by original and impressive projects.Today the Sofia Art Gallery possesses some of the richest collections of Bulgarian art: 3500 paintings, 800 statues, 2800 graphics and drawings. The Соntemporary Art and Photography department was founded in 2004.
1, General Gurko Street, Sofia
Sofia City Art Gallery
Art Galleries Museums
Paris gallery represents the new generation of Bulgarian artists who work in the field of hyperrealism, magic realism, naive and expressive art.
47 Tsar Samuil Street, Sofia
Gallery LIK is space dedicated to presenting contemporary Bulgarian and world art with the idea of collaboration with foreign artists in mind, as well as organizing book premieres, lectures, meetings and discussions related to art, culture and architecture.
37 Layosh Koshut Street, Sofia
Arte Gallery presents solo exhibitions by contemporary Bulgarian artists who are well established as well as emerging talents.
31, Buzludzha street, Sofia
Going forward, we will look to organize, alongside the exhibitions, literature readings, presentations of books and authors, film screenings, chamber concerts, and solo performances. Our intention is that, step by step, Stubel Gallery will become a place for cultural exchange and conversation.
Kosta Lultchev St. 2 V, Sofia
Rakursi Art Gallery is located in the Sofia city centre. The gallery is focused on contemporary Bulgarian and international art. The gallery presents both a group of leading artists and innovative newcomers. It participate in different national and international projects, festivals and programmes.
4A Han Krum Street, Sofia
Located at 9 Lyuben Karavelov st. in Sofia, the new gallery, [a]cube, will focus on 21st century contemporary art. The space has been fully refurbished by arch. Enil Enchev.
9 Luben Karavelov Street, Sofia
[a] cube contemporary
Yuzina Art Gallery represents contemporary paintings, graphics and applied arts. Supports and promotes young artists in the visual arts.
11 Moskovska street, Sofia
“Contrast” Gallery was born with the idea of supporting the contemporary Bulgarian art. We contrast the status quo, but not as a form of opposition ot negation. This is the contrast of the difference, renovated and modernized.
49 Tsar Samuil street, Sofia