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.
Illustrator and tattoo artist Sophie Ung seeks the golden mean between illustrations, tattoos and questions of identity
Where does art confront its own limits and the limitations of its medium? And what follows beyond the limits of art?
The exhibition “Inner Sky” by Gabor Mate is at Synthesis Gallery from November 3 to January 10, curated by Nadezhda Pavlova and Nikola Mihov.
Italian artist Valentina Sciarra found creative freedom in Sofia
The founder of the Heerz Tooya gallery in Veliko Tarnovo and the ARV.I residency in Vishovgrad finds more and more meaning in his work
The fellowship of graphic painters Zoran Mishe, Goran Trichkovski, Vasil Angelov, Pavel Tselkoski and Ivan Mateev, or Print Nest, who create their creative "nest" in the heart of the city.
With her project under development "Bookmarks" Maria Nalbantova explores reading habits and what the small traces say about the past.
In late February, hundreds of Russian animators joined their Ukrainian counterparts in condemning the war in a collective statement. Just a few days later, "Animators Against War" appeared in Russia – a collective of more than a hundred artists who created a series of short videos whose main message was "No to war."
The artist Alla Georgieva and her way to explain to herself what happened amidst the ongoing trauma.