"The dots" of Damien Hirst


January 12 - February 10

On January 12 "the dots" of Damien Hirst were shown simultaneously in all 11 galleries " Gagosian" - New York, London, Paris, Los Angeles, Rome, Athens, Geneva and Hong Kong. For the first time " Gagosian " devotes all its locations worldwide to one artist.

25 new graphics of Juan Mirό


25 new graphics of Juan Mirό from the collection of French lithography "Studio Murlo"  in the Museum Gallery of Modern Art. 

The works were created by Juan Mirό in 1972. and in 1974. in small circulation of 150 lithographic prints. The Abstract compositions are characterized by bright, saturated colors and specific internal compositional rhythm. They can be found entertaining zoomorphic elements or geometrical shapes.

The exhibition continues until 19 February

Slow Art Day Sofia 2012

Bulgaria

Slow Art Day is a worldwide celebration of art that encourages people to look at art SLOWLY – and thereby experience art in a new way. You can see more about Slow Art Day and the mission behind it on our website: http://SlowArtDay.com

As Slow Art Day approaches, you’ll hear from your host with more information, as well as instructions about what to do when you arrive for Slow Art Day.
You may become part of the second Slow Art Day Sofia 2012 by following the link below:

RASSIM Oil Paintings

Bulgaria

The exhibition presents RASSIM's latest works. The series comprises five engrams sized 113Х150 cm and two self-portraits, painted on paper using motor oil. RASSIM's first attempts with this material date back to 2010 when he used motor oil to paint a portrait of Formula One champion Ayrton Senna, Frank Williams and Eddie Jordan. Later, RASSIM develops the technique into a different concept, relating it to the theory of engrams and the topic of memory.

Provocateur of the month: Sofia – the city that grows but does not age


We who live in Sofia have always known that Sofia is not a pretty city.

Provocateur of the month


It is great that Sofia increasingly discusses how to stimulate the development of the cultural stage of the city. The eventual selection of Sofia for European capital of culture would be a huge impulse in this direction. It is important however to talk also about what do we understand when saying “Sofia’s cultural stage.” I believe there are things to add up to this discourse.

Discussion I - Innovative cultural events: development prospects


The main objective of the discussions is the inclusion of all stakeholders in the preparation of strategic guidelines for development of culture and creativity in the Metropolitan Municipality regarding the candidacy of Sofia as a European Capital of Culture in 2019

The main objective of the discussions is the inclusion of all stakeholders in the preparation of strategic guidelines for development of culture and creativity in the Metropolitan Municipality regarding the candidacy of Sofia as a European Capital of Culture in 2019

Discussion II- Cultural Infrastructure – Perspectives for Development


The Municipality of Sofia (Sofia Development Association) and the Red House Center for Culture and Debate presented the second of a series of discussions entitled “Sofia – Candidate for European Capital of Culture 2019: Cultural Infrastructure – Perspectives for Development”. Mr. Petar Dikov, Chief Architect of Sofia, was a special guest at the discussion.

The Municipality of Sofia (Sofia Development Association) and the Red House Center for Culture and Debate presented the second of a series of discussions entitled “Sofia – Candidate for European Capital of Culture 2019: Cultural Infrastructure – Perspectives for Development”. Mr. Petar Dikov, Chief Architect of Sofia, was a special guest at the discussion.

Discussion IV- “What Links Us to Sofia and How We Present it Externally”?


The objective of the discussion was to encourage the creative thinking and the debate on drafting a concept for Sofia’s candidature for European capital of culture 2019.

The objective of the discussion was to encourage the creative thinking and the debate on drafting a concept for Sofia’s candidature for European capital of culture 2019.

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