From San Francisco to Thracian crafts

A combination of curiosity and deep roots have enabled Peter Kopralev to go far By Asen Nedyalkov Peter Kopralev went to the USA nearly two decades ago just like that, out of pure curiosity. At the time he had a well-functioning interior design and custom furniture business in Bulgaria. He participated in a Young Entrepreneur

In the temple of Theodore Ushev

Where Art is emotion and excitement, not decoration. By Aneta Nedyalkova A Christian temple with an altar. Thermal blankets, those used for refugees, victims of terrorist attacks or frozen mountaineers, people in crisis. The blankets are the artist’s canvases, painted with over 10,000 figures, texts from the Bible and European poems. Voices of politicians come

Focused on the outcome

From Sofia to New York, Lubo Sergeev’s conceptual photography is known all over the world They call him “one of the best Bulgarian photographers” and we have no intention of arguing. Interview by Aneta Nedyalkova Lubo Sergeev is the founder and owner of Studio Sergeev (sergeevstudio.com) and has over 18 years’ experience in advertising, retouching

No man is an island

Should work and happiness be diametrically opposed? What does it depend on? By Anna-Sara Nikolaeva The noisy and polluted urban environment causes its inhabitants to seek an antidote. The feverish everyday life, the cold light of computer screens, and the sparse communication make us exhausted. The need for a complete change in lifestyle is at

Charity Bal ”Stoyan Kambarev”

Art Foundation ‘’Stoyan Kambarev’’, whose mission is to discover and support Bulgarian artists on the Bulgarian and international stage, organises second charity ball in London on November 18, 2018 at 7 pm – one of the most-expected Bulgarian cultural events, which got sold out within a week! The guests of the event will be personally

Presentation of the book Moshi, Moshi, Japan

The presentation of the book “Moshi, Moshi, Japan” by Youliana Antonova – Murata will take place at 7 pm on 8th November at the Bulgarian Cultural Institute, London. Yuliana Antonova has a successful career as a cultural attaché in Tokyo and a long-time Minister Plenipotentiary, and today she takes care of the promotion of the