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"INSIDE OUT" Project, 02 - OPENING:25.02.2013, 19h.

"INSIDE OUT" Project, 01

Alexander Yuzev about his work in the exhibition "Opposite Together"

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More about the project: www.newartevent.com

Coming soon

New individual exhibition - September 25th, 2012!

Coming soon

New individual exhibition - September 25th, 2012!



JULY 6TH 2011

ALEXANDER YUZEV IN COLLECTIVE EXHIBITION AT THE NATIONAL GALLERY FOR FOREIGN ART, SOFIA

JULY 6TH 2011

ALEXANDER YUZEV IN COLLECTIVE EXHIBITION AT THE NATIONAL GALLERY FOR FOREIGN ART, SOFIA



Individual Exhibition "I don't want to go out" OPENING: May 26th, 2011

26 May - 12 June
Opening: 7 pm on May 26th, 2011
Ground Floor, Store 28
Mall City Center Sofia, 2 Arsenalski Bîulevard

Individual Exhibition "I don't want to go out" OPENING: May 26th, 2011

26 May - 12 June
Opening: 7 pm on May 26th, 2011
Ground Floor, Store 28
Mall City Center Sofia, 2 Arsenalski Bîulevard



Alexander Yuzev, guest in Lora Krumova's TV show "This Sunday" on bTV Channel

http://www.btv.bg/shows/tazi-nedelia/videos/video/555609475-Provokatsiya_i_izkustvo.html

„Privet collection - Bulgarian contemporary art 50 years Emil Mirazchiev”

www.corridor.arttoday.org/index_en.html

CORRIDOR Gallery, Plovdiv

A borderline situation: the drawing in modern-day art

http://sic.mfa.government.bg/?act=news&do=detailed&id=142

An exhibition ”A borderline situation: the drawing in modern-day art”
opened March 9 at “Industrialna 11” gallery in Sofia.

Arranged by the Institute for Culture at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in cooperation with the Union of Bulgarian artists and” Industrialna 11” gallery, the exhibition features some of the most interesting and pro-active modern-art Bulgarian artists of most recent generations in a challenging attempt to outline a definition of the modern through the works of the artists and their specific artistic criteria.

The exhibition will be opened for viewing until April 11. A selection of works providing the best visual answer to ”Where do modern-day art and the drawing meet?” will be made to travel across the country and abroad as part of the” Traveling Exhibitions| programme run by the Institute for Culture, the initiator of the project.

A borderline situation: the drawing in modern-day art

http://sic.mfa.government.bg/?act=news&do=detailed&id=142

An exhibition ”A borderline situation: the drawing in modern-day art”
opened March 9 at “Industrialna 11” gallery in Sofia.

Arranged by the Institute for Culture at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in cooperation ...

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ATLANTIS I

ATLANTIS I

www.atlantisprojects.eu

Hidden Histories – New Identities. Twenty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall.

The project started in June 2009 with the exhibition Rohkunstbau in Sacrow near Berlin, it then continued in Bratislava and Vienna, crossing the Slovak-Austrian border, went subsequently to Thessaloniki and will finally end in Plovdiv, Bulgaria with the exhibition:
Reflections of Tomorrow

Curator: Emil Mirazchiev, co-curator: Jakob Racek 10 October - 10 November 2009
Center for Contemporary Art – Plovdiv, The Ancient Bath

ATLANTIS I

ATLANTIS I

www.atlantisprojects.eu

Hidden Histories – New Identities. Twenty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall.

The project started in June 2009 with the exhibition Rohkunstbau in Sacrow near Berlin, it then continued in Bratislava and Vienna, crossing the Slovak-Aust...

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MOBILITY Re-Reading the Future

www.ngprague.cz/mobility/

general information

The Mobility project aims at bringing together young artists from 5 EU countries to work together both on distance and at a common workshop and to create works of contemporary art with 2 main topics: "Elite European art in a role of underground of European civilisation" and "Ephemeral nature of art works and a future of European art".

In each country there is a national partner institution that is responsible for the local management of national working group. / Please see Partners section for details./

After an initial stage of national preparation there was a 12 days international workshop held in May 2008 in the National Gallery in Prague bringing all the art groups together to exchange their art views and concepts and to create final collection of art objects, which where exhibited within a frame of the International Triennale of Contemporary Art 2008, the National Gallery in Prague in June - September 2008. /Please see some pictures of the workshop under Workshop menu./

All the partners will conclude all the project works at the final meeting at the occasion of closing ceremony for Sofia as part of Travelling Exhibition. annotation Mobility represents an effort for new display of one exhibition on diverse places with different contexts. The nature of manifestations of art is focusing on the inter-transitory phenomena. Each country contributes with a presentation of four different manifestations of contemporary art: painting (equal what kind of painting it will be), sculpture (statue, installation etc.), new media and architecture (as art in the context of presentation on an exhibition). Main aspect of Mobility seen from the point of view of content is the transitive nature of art, what actually means a new concentration on “ephemeral” nature of art and art work. By this we would like to stress a distance to tendencies drawn by manipulating powers of dealers, collectors, publishers. All of them are participating on instrumental petrifaction of those features, convenient for them, but not convenient for a broader communication with or through art outside manipulating priorities. The feelings and needs of young generation are much closer to transitive nature of art than represents majority of manifestations of older and more established generation. This is one argument why we limited age of artist by their 35 years. This is also an argument in favor of a bigger role of performance, audio and video in the whole presentation of contemporary art. Nevertheless mobility is very significant for contemporary painting, sculpture and architecture. Pointing transitive nature of art means new attention to subtle sensitivity.

Project partners : Academy of Fine Art in Helsinki /Finland/ Cross Czech /Czech Republic/ National Gallery in Prague /Czech Republic/ - project coordinator National Museum of Bulgarian Art /Bulgaria/ Perve Galerie /Portugal/ Turlej Gallery /Poland/

MOBILITY Re-Reading the Future

www.ngprague.cz/mobility/

general information

The Mobility project aims at bringing together young artists from 5 EU countries to work together both on distance and at a common workshop and to create works of contemporary art with 2 main topics: "Elite European art in a role of underground of European...

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