April 2022

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Artists news

Nedko Solakov

Group show
2 April – 21 August 2022

Roma Auskalnyte, Felipe de Ávila Franco, Per Barclay, Antoine-Louis Barye, Ursula Biemann, Louise Bourgeois, Tom Claassen, J. F. Clemens / Nicolai Abildgaard, Johan Christian Dahl and others

Amox Rex Museum, Helsinki. Finland


Kamen Stoyanov & Nedko Solakov

Stories We Live With- Selection from the Somlói-Spengler Collection
Group show
8 April – 17 September 2022

Rita ACKERMANN, Giulia ANDREANI, Imre BAK, BLUE NOSES, Marlene DUMAS, Marcel DZAMA, Olafur ELIASSON, László FEHÉR and others

Q Contemporary, Budapest

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Kamen Stoyanov

As long as you stand by me
Group show
26 April – 25 June 2022

Curator: Vladiya Mihaylova
Nilbar Güreş, Nevena Ekimova, Antoni Rayzhekov and others

Toplocentrala, Sofia

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Stefan Nikolaev

Half Life
Short film, dir. Stan Valade
Master of Art Film Festival 2022

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Nedko Solakov

Solidarity Prints Sales for Ukraine / Artists at Risk
Courtesy Galleria Continua

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Gallery news

Sarieva – Residency: ’Artist’s Studio at Sarieva Gallery’ – residency for artists: Tsvetomira Borisova

On March 22, Tsvetomira Borisova’s residency at Sarieva Gallery began. The aim of the project is the discovery of young artists to be supported at the beginning of their career. The gallery space co-creates an atypical shared experimental environment where Tsvetomira creates in close contact with the public and professionals.

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We are introducing a brand new format – STORIES ! This month we’re presenting interviews with the artists Vladimir Ivanov, Stanka Tsonkova – Usha and Sophia Grancharova.

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Recent Media

Echo at Sarieva

In English


Pravdoliub Ivanov

Zаразно Zло
In Bulgarian


ECHO – Vladimir Ivanov, Stanka Tsonkova-Usha & Sophia Grancharova

Short documentary
In Bulgarian



Vera Hadzhiyska

Solo exhibition
14.04.2022 – 30.04.2022

The exhibition will showcase new photographs by Vera Hadzhiyska from her long-term project “With the Name of a Flower” exploring the forced name-changes and repressions against the Muslim people in Bulgaria

Photo Cr: © Nedko Solakov, Somewhere (under the tree), 1997, Courtesy Galleria Continua, photo by Amos Rex Museum ; © Nedko Solakov, A Romantic Tyrant in a State of Democracy, 2012 ; © Stanislav Pamukchiev, Asylum Tower, exhibition view, Gallery +359 Photos ; © Maria Djelebova, Sarieva Gallery, Vanesa Popova, Vera Hadzhiyska