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“Window to childhood” takes us back to the best years of our lives

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For the first time the Square 500 National Art Gallery is opening its doors to works by some of the most celebrated Bulgarian graffiti artists, among them Nasimo, Esteo, Arsek & Erase.

Under the title “Window to childhood” they take a journey back to their years of innocence in street-art form. Curator is Stanislav Trifonov-Nasimo whose popularity as graffiti artist has spreads beyond Bulgaria’s borders to other Balkan countries like Turkey, Greece, Romania, Serbia and Kosovo, but also to Great Britain, Germany, Austria, Italy, Belgium, Poland and other countries of Europe.

The exhibition at the Square 500 National Gallery in Sofia opens on 27 February and will be on until 5 February.

The initiative aims to popularize this type of modern art but also to help children of today re-discover the meaning of playing with friends outside.

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