Bulgarian artists

In this section we introduce Bulgarian artists, whose work has a relation with STOEP.

Kantcho KanevPainting by Kantcho

Kantcho Kanev has been living in The Hague for many years. Member of the Pulchri collective, Kantcho is well known in The Netherlands, Germany, France, Spain, Japan, Singapore and other. His works are composed with layers of paint that playfully combine surfaces and lines and that directly address the onlooker.

An interview with Kantcho was published in the Bulgarian newspaper –£TPO ('Morning').
Another interview with Kantcho was published in the Dutch magazine Pandora.

Kancho Kanev's next exhibition will be organised in Gallery Delfi in the city of Zwolle in The Netherlands. It runs from 05 april to 05 may 2018. More info on www.delfiform.nl.

More of his work can be seen on his website.

Radina DankovaPicture by Radina

Radina Dankova is educated in visual arts. She studied in Sofia (BG) en Tilburg (NL).
Her curriculum vitae and a part of her portfolio give a good impression of her work.

Mariana ManevaIconostasis The Hague

Mariana Maneva made the iconostasis of the chapel of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church in The Hague. She received her PhD degree from the Sofia Academy of Fine Arts in the autumn of 2017.

More of her work can be seen on her portfolio.

Picture of PhenixPhenix Varbanov

Varbanov is a well known Bulgarian artist, who works with Chinese paper and ink. The planned visit to The Netherlands in 2018 had to be cancelled due to personal circumstances. Krassimir Iliev, curator of the Sofia Art Gallery wrote a curriculum vitae (Dutch and Bulgarian).

Rada YakovaPainting by Rada

Rada Yakova is a Holland based visual artist of Bulgarian origin. Examples of her work can be seen on her website.
At Venduehuis, Nobelstraat 5, The Hague, Rada Yakova had her first solo exposition in The Netherlands. The title was 'Prelude to a kiss'. It runned in November and early December 2017.

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