Exhibition, titled 'Their Mortal Remains', opens in MACRO
A Pink Floyd Exhibition, titled “Their Mortal Remains”, opened the doors for visitors on 19 January at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome, known as MACRO. The move to the Italian capital is the exhibition's first international event on the global landscape following the earlier highly-successful debut at London's Victoria and Albert Museum. The exhibition continues the first collaboration in decades of Pink Floyd's remaining members and is produced and promoted globally by Concert Productions International B.V. in association with MondoMostre and Live Nation. The Rome exhibit will runs to 1 July.
The artist conquers Europe with two bags of paint and $200 in the pocket
Boryana Kolchagova
Christo Guelov is living out his dreams. He has always had the feeling that the brush and the paints will be his instruments of changing the world. “I remember that when I was young, perhaps at the age of 10, I won a competition for asphalt drawings. I had drawn a monastery with a piece of chalk.
The French tour of the National Theatre's production of Delhi Dance is a tremendous success
Penka Momchilova, BTA
The production with which Bulgarian director Galin Stoev took over the position of director of Theatre National de Toulouse has been described by the French media and critics as a small artistic revolution. The Delhi Dance tour of the National Theatre cast became an undeniable triumph with the very first shows before the French audience.
Bulgaria's wonders on UNESCO list
Adelina Lozanova
Despite its small size Bulgaria is well represented in the UNESCO World Heritage List with a total of 17 items. The collection includes 10 tangible sites, of which seven cultural and three natural, as well as seven practices on the Intangible Cultural Heritage List. The first Bulgarian sites were inscribed into the list back in 1979 and the latest one - in 2017.
Sarah Chang with concert in Sofia
On 8 February, world-renowned violinist Sarah Chang will give a concert with the Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra under the conduction of maestro Nayden Todorov. The programme will feature beloved pieces by Piazzolla, Burstein and Gershwin.
Bayeux Tapestry to leave France for the first time
The Bayeux Tapestry is set to leave France for the first time in order to be displayed in the UK, the BBC reported.
DiCaprio and Tarantino to make another film together
Hollywood actor and Academy Award-winner Leonardo DiCaprio is set to star in a Quentin Tarantino film depicting the story of the murders committed by Charles Manson followers, Reuters reported.
Immortality opens Sofia MENAR film festival
The Iranian masterpiece Immortality, directed by Mehdi Fard Ghaderi, opened the 10th Sofia Middle East & North Africa Region Film Festival on 12 January.