Sofia by night- Slaveykov Square
Joy for the senses is every presence of art in the urban environment – from street musicians, through graffiti street art to similar installations as those that were made on Slaveykov Square on the occasion of the Chinese New Year.
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The exhibition is called “Light Beyond the City” and was created by artists and students from the Chinese Academy of Arts in Hangzhou and the National Art Gallery in Bulgaria.
Interestingly, the exhibition is a mixture of the old art of the Chinese lantern and modern neon lights. Be sure to peek into the small openings of Chinese lanterns. There you will discover a different curios world.
Here are the names of the curators and artists:
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