This book, “Медалиерното изкуство в България от Освобождението до наши дни” (Medal-Making Art in Bulgaria from the Liberation to Our Times) is the first serious attempt to find and systematize facts that defined a discrete branch and genre in Bulgarian visual arts.
Loved, seduced, criticized, lauded Ilia Beshkov remained truthful to his own play with life and refused to be squeezed within the dogma of his own time.
The bilingual catalog titled Art: Contemporary Period and Significance was published by the Neofit Rilski South-Western University, Blagoevgrad, supported by the Ministry of Education and Science.образованието и науката.
Plamen V. Petrov reveals a large-scale panorama of the relations between political power and art, cultural policies of the state, the achievements and problems of the artists in the 1970ʼs.
Limited/Unlimited: The Antinomies in Stanislav Pamukchievʼs Artistic Program is based on Elena Olimpievaʼs dissertation addressing one of the brightest contemporary artists.
The publication is the result of Anton Staykovʼs and Svoboda Cekovaʼs exceptional efforts and knowledge, presenting on 140 pages some newly discovered facts and first-hand accounts on the art and times of Boris Denev and his daughter, Slavka.