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Sarieva/Hub MAY 2022

Sarieva / Hub encourages a multilateral connection and breaks boundaries between art, the public sphere, current and future professionals, collectors, fans and the wide audience in an up-to-date, friendly and expertise-based fashion. You can read about the latest news related to Sarieva Gallery, artnewscafe, Open Arts Foundation, Кабинѐт Art Advisory below.

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Кабинѐт Art Advisory

Кабинѐт Art Advisory provides a free consultation to young artists and entrepreneurs every last friday of the month.

Book a slot at office@sarieva.org

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Artists news

Kamen Stoyanov

Mardin Biennial
20 May - 20 June 2022

Up and Through, short movie, 10:00 min, 2020

Curator: Adwait Singh
Asunción Molinos Gordo, Bouba Touré with Raphaël Grisey, Deniz Uster with Burcu Yağcıoğlu, E.B. Itso, Jonas Staal, Mikhail Karikis, Uriel Orlow, Zahra Malkani and others.

Mardin Biennial, Istanbul

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ON VIEW: Cool S at Sarieva Gallery

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Stories

This month’s STORY is about the young artists Tsvetomira Borisova and her exhibition Cool S. Read about her experience during the residency!

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View from With the Name of A Flower: Your Name

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Open Art Files is a database and an archive of Bulgarian contemporary art. The content of the website consists of four sections: Topics, People, Spaces and Files, presented in а clear and accessible way. Each month Sarieva/Hub’s newsletter will present selected profiles, topics and files from the site.

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Q: In a noisy place like the Venice Biennale, were you able to create your own space? What makes an artist successful in Venice?

Michail: The exhibition consists of several spaces and each of them has its own spirit. I managed to find this "own space" in the installation "Headspacing”. It would be naive to think that a good exhibition in Venice will necessarily make you a successful artist.

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Michail’s Open Art Files profile

© Nedko Solakov, Courtesy of the artist, Continua Gallery and Fondazione MAXXI ©Nedko Solakov, Wishes, 2022; ©Stefan Nikolaev, What You See Is What You Get, 2022, copper, patina, neon, 102 x 100 x 16 cm ; © Valio Tchenkov ; © Nedko Solakov, Me, In a bad mood, 2019, photography ; © Maria Djelebova ; © Elena Chergilanova ; © Yana Abrasheva, 2021, photography ; © Vesselin Sariev, Visual poetry on postcard, 1990, part of 22 visual poems, relief print on cardboard, 10 x 15 cm; © Kalin Serapionov ; © Tsvetomira Borisova, Cool S, 2022, photography;

Some of the projects mentioned in the newsletter were realized with the support of the National Culture Fund, Bulgaria.