"Unreal reality - that nook in our minds that saves us and brings freedom, protection and peace. Standing in the same place, each of us perceives it differently. Often it gives us the security and confidence to expand our inner world, our anxieties, our joys. This is a place where we are completely alone but do not feel lonely. A place that may be sad, but we are far from sad… "


Gergana Dimitrova


Gergana Dimitrova was born in 1993 in Sofia. He graduated painting at the High School of Art and later set design with Professor Svetoslav Kokalov at the National Academy of Arts. Works in the field of painting, collage and drawing. He is a member of UBA with several solo exhibitions behind his back and a number of participation in joint projects, competitions and plein air.

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2018 - Independent exhibition at the Bulgarian Cultural Institute in Berlin.


2017 - The solo exhibition "The Magic Traveler", Gallery "10", Sofia.


2017 - Participation in the exhibition "70 years of specialty Scenography", Academy Gallery, Sofia.


2016 - Solo exhibition at Degas Gallery, Sofia.


2015 - Participation in a Contemporary Bulgarian Art Contest at the Nuance Gallery, for which he received an Audience Award.  


2015 - Participation in an exhibition of Aspect Gallery on the occasion of the Night of Galleries and Museums in Plovdiv.


2012 - Solo exhibition at the Debut Gallery, Sofia.


2011 - A solo exhibition at the Altera Gallery, Sofia.

The exhibition is curated by Eliza Mladenova. Here is what she said about Gergana Dimitrova's paintings


"They are the result of her vibrant emotionality and a consequence of a process in which consciousness is in constant dialogue with its environment. A colorful reminder of the subjective and complete experience of every fragment of life and the search for inner harmony with the Italian dolce far niente - sweet carelessness and time for contemplation. Influential and genuinely surreal, they take us into spaces of thought and personal sensations where one is closest to oneself and where random moments and objects become a rich palette of possibilities. "

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