The latest project from producer Gueorgui Linev and photographer Hristo Yordanov, for whom music is a way of experiencing extreme emotions.
Post 1000 Names Nikolay Todorov has devoted himself to his Puma & The Dolphin project which provided the sountrack to the massively successful Louis Vitton/Yayoi Kysama campaign.
Martian Tabakov, Martin Penev and Andrew Anderson forgive all those who don't get what they're about
The skilled observer who tells stories in the most universal language – the visual one
The book “Black Sea Upanishad” recounts the past three years of the globe-trotting writer and poet’s life. Here we find him a happy hermit in Sozopol.
Where the writer sees clear signs that the peripheral languages are becoming more central
The Hungarian artist has no idea what it’s like to turn a blind eye to political issues and social problems, and uses the universal language of the poster.
Shortly before their exhibition in Sofia, the duo tell us how they go about getting to know the unknown from Kosovo to Turkey via Bulgaria.
Benjamin Sasse, founder of the cult Meadows in the Mountains, talks about the development of the festival in the last decade and why "the mountain is safe for everyone"
The DJ and producer Que Sakamoto comes from Tokyo's underground music scene and brings the Japanese aesthetic to clubs around the world