The Georgi Bogdanov-Boris Missirkov tandem – emblematic names in Bulgarian contemporary art – are once again challenging the Bulgarian public. In their exhibition “The cars we drove into capitalism” they explore the phenomenon of socialist-era cars in Europe and their present owners. The exhibition at the National Gallery in Sofia, along with a documentary, also called “The cars we drove into capitalism”, will be on until the end of November.
The socialist-era cars as a phenomenon of the past and present is shown in five thematic sections that feature holograms, small-scale models, installations made of Instagram photographs, as well as portraits of the proud latter-day owners of such vehicles.
Visitors to the British Museum in London can now marvel at one of Bulgaria’s most emblematic archaeological discoveries - the Panagyurishte gold treasure - as part of a thematic exhibition entitled "Luxury and Power: From Persia to Greece” . The..
The Serbian language is the focus of the May edition of the 17 th Slavic Embrace International Festival of Poetry held between May 15 and 18. In March the festival featured the Croatian language, in April – the Russian language. The Polish language..
The popular science film "The King and the Sun. A Journey through the History of Ancient Egypt" is the winner in the TV Programme category "Television Programs" of the International Antalya Film Festival , BTA reported. The film, which was produced by..
The British Museum in London organises an evening dedicated to Bulgaria on June 23 at 6:00 p.m. The first part of the program..
Bulgaria’s post-liberation history continues to surprise us with personalities who have left a lasting trace in its annals. One of..