22 MAY – 12 JUNE: THE BULGARIAN YEARS OF MARIE-CHANTAL BIELA

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Belgian artist Marie-Chantal Biela certainly has a lot to show for the four years she has spent in Bulgaria, and she collects all of it in her exhibition The Bulgarian Years.

The summation of four solo exhibitions in the period 2010-2012, The Bulgarian Years includes all the techniques that Biela has experimented with: lithography, pastels, watercolours, and even iconography, picked up from the canonic style of representation typical of Eastern Orthodox Christianity. Her works have already been exhibited in Sofia (Mouvance, 2010; Flower Power, 2011/2012), Shiroka Laka (Mouvance), Plovdiv (Mouvance et suspension, 2011) and Sozopol (Soleil, 2011). Biela is an artist always in motion, exploring in new directions, and her latest experiments on the borderline of abstract and figurative art will be first shown in The Bulgarian Years.

Where: Sezoni Gallery, 2a Krakra St, Sofia

When: 22 May – 12 June

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