Exhibition shows Sofia through eyes of Italian photographers

Photo: www.fotofabrika.org

From May 21st to June 4th the Serdica Gallery puts on display an exhibition of Italian photographic collective Caesura – Photobuster. Italian photographers have arrived in Bulgaria a few weeks ago and started shooting in Sofia. The exhibition shows the Bulgarian capital city through their eyes. Photobuster is part of the "Traces Hurt" project, funded by the Culture Program 2019 of the Sofia Municipality. The Italian photo collective was founded in 2008 by a group of independent photographers. Their main goal is the production of unique photographic projects. PhotoBuster is one such project – a visual literacy project created by professionals in the sphere of visual arts.


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