Paintings by Amedeo Modigliani are on display in Genoa
Until 16 July the Palazzo Ducale in Genoa is hosting an exhibition highlighting the artistic path of the great Italian sculptor and painter Amedeo Modigliani. The show is allowing visitors the opportunity to view the most popular works in Modigliani’s short but exceptionally prolific career. The exhibition tells of his friendship with Constantin Brancusi and his passion for art from Africa, Egypt and ancient Greece - notable sources of influence on Modi­gliani’s early sculptures.
I am prepared to be a knight but I prefer the role of preacher
Irina Gigova
There could be no independence in art without dedicated people who religiously believe in artistic freedom. You need people willing to stand up for their artistic credo and be guided by the idea that they should be explorers in the world of art and not manufacturers.
I like to document moments of history, says the young artist
Street photography as a demonstration of mutual trust between photographer and model - the young artist Plamen Trifonov shows his series of portrait pictures taken between 2014 and 2016.
Legion's home
Adelina Lozanova
Just 4 km east of the city of Svishtov and 80 km north of Veliko Tarnovo lie the ruins of an ancient Roman military camp, which grew over the years to become a town on the River Danube.
Over 60 titles in Master of Art
Penka Momchilova, BTA
Over 60 titles from across the world are featured in the programme of the second Master of Art Film Festival, the only one of its kind in southeast Europe, to take place between 20 and 30 April in Sofia.
Liverpool to celebrate famous Beatles album
Liverpool is getting set to celebrate the 50th anniversary of one of the most iconic Beatles albums, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, with a veritable art festival.
Sitar master to play in Sofia
World-renowned sitar master Ustad Irshad Khan is coming for the first time to Bulgaria. The virtuoso musician, dubbed the Mozart of Indian music, will share the stage with tabla player Hanif Khan and musicians from the Sofia Philharmonic for a concert in Sofia’s Bulgaria Hall on 31 March.
Make Art Not Friends
Zoya Petrova
Punk has turned 40 and many galleries, museums and exhibitions are celebrating the movement born out of the discontent and frustration with the political and social status quo that has been such a major influence on the contemporary art scene.
Parallel steps, parallel spaces
An exhibition dedicated to the fifth anniversary of the contemporary art educational platform Parallel Steps, Parallel Spaces, established and realised by the ALOS Center for Informal Education and Cultural Activities was opened on 22 March at the Etude Art Gallery in Sofia.