Sofia Arsenal – Museum for Contemporary Art

2 Cherni Vrah Blvd., Sofia


The Entropic Institute Sofia

By Deufert & Plischke

27 – 29 September 2012, 7.00 – 12.00 p.m.


Curators: Hitomi Kammai and Nia Pushkarova

Feminine Expression is an exhibition at the frontier between feminism and female art. It encloses young female artists from around the world, their feel of what is feminine, their feel of what is feminine, of women’s place in contemporary society as well as of personal identification.

Curator: Nadezhda Dzhakova

Curator: Maria Vasileva

Project is the title of Vasil Simittchiev’s giant installation which spreads out on the three floors of Sofia Arsenal – Museum for Contemporary Art and the surrounding areas, and includes objects, video and performance. It is specially designed for the particular space and situation. Most of the works are new-made which together with some older emblematic works of the artist become a part of one whole entity.


Videoholica 2011. Special Selection
17 video works created within the period 2008 – 2011.

Alexander Valchev. A Few Dollars More
Nine photo portraits of artists in their studios

Accompanying events:
Videos projections on the museum facade – chosen from the Videoholica art fest

Curator: Nadezhda Dzhakova

Sofia Arsenal - Museum For Contemporary Art
2 Cherni Vryh Blvd., Sofia,


Videoholica 2011 Special Selection

May 3 – June 3, 2012

Reception: May 3, 2012, Thursday, 6 pm
Sofia Arsenal - Museum For Contemporary Art
2 Cherni Vryh Blvd., Sofia

Sofia Arsenal - Museum For Contemporary Art (SAMCA) presents Videoholica 2011 Special Selection in a solo exhibition from May 3 till June 3, 2012.

Curators: Andreas F. Beitin, Nadezhda Dzhakova

Düsseldorf-based media artist Mischa Kuball is among the few artists who has consistently understood light’s sociopolitical dimensions and used the media accordingly in numerous works and installations. In his new exhibition project Platon’s Mirror, two additional aspects are included: a perception-aesthetics component and the possibility of image generation through computer tomography. This gives rise to highly topical issues within art, and for it. Within the project light politics and media politics are renegotiated.


based on plays of W. Shakespeare

Written and directed by Valeria Valcheva;

Music by Andronia Popova – Roni, Nassekomix; percussions and music education: Maria Palieva;

Actors and musicians: Vasil Chitanov, Elena Dimitrova, Zhana Ilieva, Margarita Hlebarova, Petko Kamenov, Petar Genkov, Branko Valchev and children from the Sofia Music School

Sets and costumes by Nia Mihaylova, Petya Boyukova, Mihaela Komitova, Iva Pavlova, Yana Malamed, Valeria Valcheva.

Curator: Maria Vassileva

Adelina Popnedeleva, Alla Georgieva, Bora Petkova, Valentin Stefanoff, Valio Tchenkov, Vassil Simittchiev, Vikenti Komitski, Vladimir Ivanov, Ivan Moudov, Kiril Prashkov, Kosta Tonev, Krassimir Terziev, Luchezar Boyadjiev, Mina Minov, Nadezhda Oleg Lyahova, Nestor Kovachev, Nina Kovacheva, Peter Tzanev, Pravdoliub Ivanov, Rada Boukova, Sasho Stoitzov, Samuil Stoyanov, Stefan Nikolaev, Stefania Batoeva, and HR-Stamenov