The first exhibition of photographs by Milcho Man-chevski Street was presented in the Museum for Contemporary Art in Skopje in 1999, whereupon it was shown in galleries in Stockholm, Ljubljana and Thessaloniki. Street includes images captured on the streets of Europe and America. Five Drops of Dream is an extension to this exhibition 10 years later. The project was implemented again at the invitation of the Museum for Contemporary Art in Skopje and formally and conceptually develops further what was seen on that journey.

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: Cristina Calahorra

Ángel Masip, Jacobo Castellano and Juan López.

On the occasion of the opening of the Museum of Con¬temporary Art in Sofia, the Embassy of Spain in Bulgaria presents the exposition Regeneration: place, landscape and memory, which centres around the concept of landscape and its frailty through the work of three young artists exponents of the contemporary Spanish art who will come to Sofia to personally install their works for the exposition and take part of its opening.

With the kind assistance of the Embassy of Spain in Sofia.


Curator: Adrean Vela

Julio Flores (Columbia), Julien Bayer (France), Jean-Christophe Beshé (France), News Pictures (France), Luigi & Luca (United Kingdom), Nikola Stanchov (Bul­garia) and Elena Kuzmova (Bulgaria), Pierre Marceau (France), Veronique Nor-Minka, BUBA (France) and BABu.

Our hope is that this exhibition will remain as a testa­ment to the uniqueness of photography as an expressive means and opportunity that gives each of us to become easily an artist...

Yan Perrault

The Human Factor


Curator: Alberto Staykov


Pavlina Tchakarova, Dilyana Stoimenova, Ivaylo Stoyanov, Peter Nedkov, Alexander Acosta, Dimitar Vladimirov, Vyara Yaneva, Iliyana Kancheva.


Photographs taken in the genre of portrait and reportage reflects individual and collective human nature and relationships between individuals.

Sofia Arsenal – Museum for Contemporary Art





Curators – Alla Georgieva, Nadezhda Dzhakova