The artist shows over 120 works and performance pieces
The first major retrospective in Europe by Marina Abramovic has already come to fruition at the museum for modern and contemporary art in Stockholm, Moderna Museet, and it will stay open until 21 May 2017.
With cinema, that can happen more easily because everything remains on film
Irina Gigova
Ovanes Torosian always finds himself at a loss what to answer when someone calls out to him on the street, “I saw your movie!” The most demanded actor in Bulgarian cinema over the past decade has performed in at least 20 feature films, 15 short films, and a load of student filmmakers’ productions.
Some 600 performers will take part in the international festival
Over 600 musicians from 17 countries from across the world will participate in 44 events at the 57th March Music Days International Festival to be held in Rousse.
Wonders on display
The most interesting finds from the 2016 archaeological fieldwork in Bulgaria have been on display at the National Institute of Archa­e­ology with Museum at the Bul­garian Academy of Sciences in downtown Sofia since 14 Feb­ruary.
One life is not enough
Sometimes one stroll is all it takes for us to shed the monotony, says Palestinian writer and poet Hayri Hamdan, who presented his book One Life Is Not Enough at an event in Sofia.
Actor Tom Hanks with debut book
Tom Hanks is putting his love of vintage typewriters to good use - his collection of short stories will be published in October, the Associated Press reported.
Corneliu Baba's works displayed in Sofia
The triptych 1907, created by Romanian artist Corneliu Baba in 1951, will be on display at the National Art Gallery in Sofia, starting 23 February.
Love prevails in Berlin
The jury of the Berlin International Film Festival, chaired by Paul Verhoeven, surprisingly awarded the forum’s highest honour, Golden Bear for Best Film, to the Hungarian love story On Body and Soul by director Ildiko Enyedi.
Place of spirituality in digital world
The Posthuman exhibition presents digitally generated graphics by esteemed Bulgarian artist Philip Popov created between 2013 and 2017 and inspired by the contemporary dilemma of the place that spirituality holds in a world of technologies and a constant pursuit of goals.