Seasons Gallery was opened on September 23rd, 1993 with paintings exhibition by Dimitar Kazakov-Neron, on the occasion of his 60th anniversary. Through regular solo and collective exhibitions of famous artists such as Dimitar Kazakov-Neron, Lika Yanko, Aleksandar Mutafov, Tihomir Kodzhamanov, Zlatka Dabova, Galin Malakchiev, Tsvetina Shtilyanova, the gallery demonstrates a larger spectrum of the Bulgarian plastic culture in the field of painting, engraving, small plastic works, drawing and applied arts.

In September 2009, the European Expert’s Forum awarded Seasons gallery and its Manager Margarita Vidralska a “Golden Book” for contributions to the development of the Bulgarian culture. The gallery was given an official honorary status of an Institution of High Standing and Social Recognition in the field of Culture. The honors were given for the overall activities of Seasons gallery and for its contribution to the legalization of works of art trade.

Seasons gallery is located in the central part of Sofia, 2A “Krakra” Str., in the region where most of the cultural landmarks are located, and in the heart of the capital. The gallery occupies a space of 110 square meters and an additional space of 20 square meters that allows for an all-around-the-year display of previously unseen works as well as works, that are not part of the current exhibition. The gallery holds a collection of more than 150 original works of art from 20th century to present day, from the large scale paintings by Magda Abazova, Svetlin Rusev, Boris Denev, Vasil Stoilov, Zlatyu Boyadzhiev, to lithography works by Joan Miró, Man Ray, Jean Cocteau, Marc Chagall, sculptures by Boyan Raynov, Andrey Nikolov, Galin Malakchiev, that represent just a small part of the gallery collection.

* SEASONS Gallery is managed by Margarita Vidralska.



2A, Krakra Street, Sofia (Sredets Cultural House)

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Opening Hours


10:00 - 18:00


10:00 - 18:00


10:00 - 18:00


10:00 - 18:00


10:00 - 18:00





*SEASONS Gallery is managed by Margarita Vidralska.