In the middle of summer, 12 young Bulgarian artists were selected to create in nature and the local color of the village of Leshten in an authentic old house. 4 groups of 3 people - each one with their own specific artistic approach and worldview, united by the impulse to break away from the urban environment and immerse themselves for two weeks in an atypical environment. The connecting theme was dictated by the focus of Little Bird Place Gallery on nature, ecology and biology. Participants in the first exhibition are: ALEXANDRA GEORGIEVA, GERGANA IVANOVA, JANA MITKOVA, IVA MARKOVA, MLADEN YORDANOV, GERGANA BALABANOVA.
CO-EXPERIENCING THE WILD is a long-term project of Little Bird Place Gallery, conceived with the intention to present an exhibition dedicated to wildlife photography every year. Bogdan Boev and Ivaylo Zafirov’s photography has a special place in this increasingly distinct genre, and the names of the two authors have long been well known in the community of wildlife photographers. Combining the two authors in an exhibition is a great opportunity to dive into this world. The presented photographs show a part of the extremely diverse nature of the Balkans - one, fortunately, still relatively preserved territory of the European continent.
Series of twenty-one photographs, each selected from an average of one hundred, taken over several weeks.From February to May 2020, every day Nadezhda Oleg Lyahova takes hundreds of shots in an attempt to reproduce images that appeared for a second in different states on the same surface.
Solo Exhibition by Yasen Zgurovski March 19 – June 14 Yasen Zgurovsky’s exhibition “The Garden of Heavenly Delights” resembles a humorous and deliberately disordered contemporary mythology of fictional Gods. Hybrid beings uniting the flesh and morals of man and nature. Tempted by the pop culture and aesthetics of kitsch, Yasen Zgurovski’s garden is in indirect […]
Lyuben Domozetski’s first solo exhibition presents works, which can be defined as scientific illustrations. Some works cross the boundary of scientific illustration and while using its visual toolkit, express the author’s views about the broken connection between man and nature.
Sometime in the mid-1930s, Ivan Lazarov – already an established and famous sculptor, a professor at the National Academy of Arts, and its rector at the time, turned his attention to the world of ants. As a result of his observations, he produced a series of drawings and collages, and took notes in which he was comparing the lives of ants to the lives of people.
Little Bird Place Gallery opens its doors with the exhibition Natural Forms. You will be able to see artworks by Vasil Angelov (etching), Kalia Kalacheva (painting on wood) and Monika Naydenova (glass sculptures).