Secret Nature – exhibition by Zachari Logan and Lyuben Domozetski
The exhibition Secret Nature is a joint art project of Canadian artist Zachari Logan and Lyuben Domozetski. The main theme that unites the work of the two artists is the recreation of natural forms and the search for man's place in nature.
NOTES ON BULGARIAN ORCHIDS – Lyuben Domozetski – temporary exhibition and catalogue review presentation
Notes on Bulgarian Orchids exhibition is the result of a book: Orchids in Bulgaria. Notes and Drawings by Lyuben Domozetski. The book is a phototype edition of a manuscript created in the period 2022-2023. The exhibition in the Botany Hall of the museum will show reproductions of journal pages the author selected himself. It is at the exhibition opening that the phototype edition of the manuscript will be officially presented as well. The journal itself will be shown as an exhibit, with various additional materials and works revealing the author's interests in natural history rendered in a series of scientific illustrations.
THE LITTLE POD – exhibition by Vasil Angelov
"The Little Pod is my great inspiration," says the artist Vasil Angelov, who will present his prints in the "Little bird place" gallery. The show consists of graphic artworks, executed through the classic mezzotinto technique, a rare and difficult technique created in the 17th century.
A woman is sitting and drawing… Exhibition of Tekla Aleksieva
The current exhibition shows a new, almost unknown side of Tekla’s work.
Adam gives names to animals and plants – exhibition of Lyuben Domozetski
This is Lyuben Domozetski's fifth solo exhibition, presenting artworks created in the last 6 months.
If I had a pig, I would name it Nevo – Pop-up exhibition by Nevelin Ivanov
Nevelin Ivanov's first solo project.
we are and we are not
The same perspective on different realities or different perspectives on the same reality. For the second time, the three artists gather in one exhibition their ideas about the essence of nature and continuous changes.
NO CESSATION – exhibition by Antoaneta Quick, Ralitsa Golemanova and Nikolay Stefanov
Conceived and executed as a site-specific exhibition, No Cessation contains seven points of the life's cycle and offers a circular experience symbolizing the infinity of the cycle in which the beginning is the end and the end is the beginning.
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Group pop-up exhibition of Bulgarian artists who participated in the Little Bird Place gallery program in 2022.
PATTERN RECOGNITION – exhibition of Anna Komitska, Vikenti Komitski and Juliusz Grabianski
“Pattern Recognition” invites us into an environment of the deep future to observe the interplay between human intervention, other-than-human agency, and networked industrial artefacts. In a parallel landscape populated by tentacular matter, we are nudged to acknowledge the agency of the inanimate and our state of displacement at a time of emergency.
NO TERRITORY – exhibition of Petar Chinovsky
Petar Chinovski's project "No Territory" is a metaphor for a series of phenomena directly related to our desire and need to communicate reality - to experience it and navigate in it. What these phenomena have in common is the attempt to 'translate' or 'map' events, sensations and objects. An experience that skillfully seduces us with its seemingly light and well organized schematicity, but, at the same time, somehow illusory and deft, it creates an insurmountable distance in our ability to fully grasp the essence of the constantly ongoing life.