Events

Events:

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, www.samcaproject.org

 

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.

DREAMS IN FOUR SEASONS – SPRING

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

Workshop for dramaturges, set designers and actors ending with performance and debate.

Leaded by Valeria Valcheva – director

The theater and the space is a topic for a workshop be¬tween professionals and debutants in the area of theater, which are gathered for a week in order to create short works “from scratch”, provoked by the spaces of the Museum of Contemporary art – Sofia Arsenal.
The project is funded by the Culture - National
Foundation together with the National Academy of Art.

The exposition is under the patronage of the Minister of Culture, Mr. Vezhdi Rashidov, and is organized with the support of the French Institute in Bulgaria in partner¬ship with Sofia Arsenal -Museum for Contemporary Art.

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.

07 JANUARY 2012, 3:30 PM, SOFIA ARSENAL MUSEUM FOR CONTEMPORARY ART