Art doesn't know territorial, political, national or language barriers. It can become a binding thread in the modern fragmentary world.
Art overcomes temporal boundaries. Appealing to the tradition and its reconsideration as an alternative of cultural unification opens to an artist ample opportunities for searching of new images.
Art pulls together though preserving the diversity. The CHERGA exhibition is the continuation of a dialogue of two related cultures - Russian and Bulgarian.
architect, Dean of the College of architecture at the Institute for the humanities and information technologies
artist, Dean of the faculty of design at the Institute for the humanities and information technologies, Curator of DOCA
architect, CEO of TZAM Group, CDO of the College of architecture at the Institute for the humanities and information technologies
Anastasia Petrova chinese
Nina Pleshakova english
Valentina Angelova bulgarian