Month: September 2016

Transitions, Interview with Stanislav Pamukchiev

    Milla Tarabanova:  Art’s main goal is to elevate but your work takes the spectator through the dark to lead him beyond to the light. Isn’t this the experience known as an “initiation”? Stanislav Pamukchiev: I see art as a possibility to step back, to break free of the crippling frame of everyday existence…

Svetlin Rusev: A Dream before an Exhibition, 2016

Within us and outside of us – chaos, violence, misery and doubt… an illusion that someone somewhere is seeking salvation within a painting… There, somewhere Up above, or maybe below, yet over There,  there is no above or beneath … Someone else got there before us and is waiting for our arrival. Slowly or quickly,…

Dimitar Solakov’s New life for the Past, 2015

While working on one of my projects I came across the Krakra fortress in Pernik, Bulgaria. I was amazed by the poor quality of the work on the reconstructed section and the fact that the original remnants of the fortress were conserved and exhibited in an even worse manner (most of this work was financed…