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Exhibitions

Selected solo exhibitions

2010
Cvetana Maneva - An Actress' Portrait, Lucca Digital Photo Fest, Lucca, Italy,
curated by Enrico Stefanelli
2009
The Unloading, photo-sculpture - Cervantes Institute, Sofia
2008
The Conductor, a performance for videoprojection and 12 female folk singers Schneider factory, Plovdiv
2007
On the Tracks of the Bright Future, Sofia City Gallery
2005
VIU Life, Venice International University, Isola di San Servolo - Venice
2004
Fluctuated images - Projektionen, fluc + fluc_Mensa, Vienna, Austria
Photo Works, Etage Galerie, Erste Bank, Vienna, Austria
Off Season, ATA gallery / Institute of Contemporary Art, Sofia, Bulgaria
2003
Portraits, Prague House of Photography, Czech Republic, curated by Eva Hodek;
2002
43˚32’ N / 28˚36’ E, Beyond the alleY In the attiC art space, Sofia, Bulgaria;
The Bulgarian Connection, 101 Gallery, Houston, TX, curated by Wendy Wattriss and Fred Baldwin
2001
ID 2000, Dom Fotografie, Poprad, Slovakia, curated by Lucia Benicka;
2000
ID 2000, ABC Bogen building, Hamburg, Germany; ID 2000, Month of Photography, Bratislava, Slovakia


Selected group exhibitions

2010
The Big Wave, 7th Biennial of Visual Arts, City Gallery, Varna, Bulgaria,
curated by Maria Vassileva
Persona, Gallery of the Institute of Contemporary Art, Sofia,
curated by Viara Mlechevska
Projections of Reality, ex-Red October factory, Moscow,
curated by Liza Faktor and Jamie Wellford
2009
Gaudenz Ruf Award - Shortlist 2009, Rayko Alexiev gallery, Sofia
The Chalga Temptation, Sofia City Gallery, curated by Vessela Nojarova and Svetlana Kuyumdjieva
2007
A Better City, Frankfurt Book Fair, curated by Arianna Rinaldo
Bulgarian Photographic Association & Friends, Central European House of Photography - Bratislava, Slovakia, and Bulgarian Cultural Institute - Prague, Czech Republic
Grenzganger (Crossing Frontiers), Ludwig Museum - Budapest, Hungary, curated by Pavel Liska and Katalin Timar
In Search of Lost Time, Sofia City Gallery, curated by Svetlana Kuyumdjieva and Viara Mlechevska
2006
Another Asia, Noorderlicht Photo Biennial, Groningen - The Netherlands, curated by Wim Melis
Grenzganger (Crossing Frontiers), Kunstforum Ostdeutsche Galerie, Regensburg, Germany, curated by Pavel Liska
Glory and Drama, gallery EXIT, Peje, Kosova, curated by Erzen Shkololli
2005
neues leben - neues wohnen, Galerie im Kunsthaus Erfurt
On the Tracks of the Bright Future, Visual Games Festival, Contemporary Art, Varna, Bulgaria
2004
Cosmopolis, Thessaloniki, Greece, curated by Magda Carneci and Maria Vassileva
Breaking the Visual, Graz, Austria, curated by Walter Seidl
BPA and Friends, Municipal Gallery, Sofia, Bulgaria
Discoveries of the Meeting Place, Houston Fotofest 2004
12 moments of Tsvetana, National Art Gallery, Sofia
2003
Face/Space, Medienzentrum Schulwarte, Bern, Switzerland;
In the Gorges of the Balkans, Kunsthalle Fridericianum, Kassel, Germany, curated by Rene Block;
People in the Eastern Border Country, Imatra Biennial of Photographic Art, Finland, curated by Paivi Eeronen;
RADAR project, Giudecca, Venice, curated by Angela Vetesse
(parallel programme to the 50th Biennial of contemporary art);
Discoveries of the Meeting Place, Stephen Cohen gallery, Los Angeles, USA;
Export – Import, Contemporary Art from Bulgaria, Sofia Art Gallery, curated by Maria Vassileva
2002
White, Male, Straight, Sofia, curated by Ventzislav Zankov;
In Search of Balkania, Neue Galerie, Graz, Austria, curated by Roger Conover, Eda Cufer and Peter Weibel;
Yalta Beach Portraits, Manej, Moscow, Russia, curated by Regina gallery, Moscow;
Looming Up Munich, Aspekte Galerie, Munich, Germany, curated by Walter Seidl
2001
Trendification, ROTOR gallery, Graz, Austria, curated by Walter Seidl; GoEurope: the Kaleidoscopic Eye – Kunsthalle ArtMax, Braunschweig, Germany;
Looming Up, Kunsthale Exnergasse, Vienna, Austria, curated by Walter Seidl
1993-1999
Portrait in Bulgarian Photography, Sredets Gallery, Ministry of culture, Sofia; the Balabanov House, Plovdiv;
Collective Eye, Lausanne, Budapest, Ljubljana, Gyor and Sofia;
Biennial of Bulgarian Photography, National Palace of Culture, Sofia