Stanislav Pamouktchiev



1953 in Sofia.



1979 - „Mural painting“ in National Academy for Fine Art, Sofia.


Professor in the National Academy for Fine Art, Sofia.


Works in the field of painting, drawing, objects and installations.

He has over 30 solo exhibitions in Bulgaria, Austria, Germany, Netherlands, Hungary, Rumania, Serbia, USA, France.

Participated in group exhibitions and International sellections: Ludwig Museum, Aachen, Germany, 2008; Donumenta , Regensburg, Germany, 2005; Biennial of Contemporary art, Prague, 2005; Triennial, Nеw Delhi, India, 2005; Museum for contemporary art, Carakas, Venezuela, 2004; FAF London, 2002; Europalia, Brussels, 2002; Centre EFA for contemporary art, New York, 2001.

Participation in art fairs: Art Zurich; Art Fair Stockholm, Art fest, Strasbourg; Lineart, Gent; Miart, Milan,; Art Junction, Canne; Art fest Basel.

Winner of ten prize – National and International, among them „Zahari Zograf“, 2004 and the Grand Prix from the International triennial for paintings, Sofia, 1996.

Acquisitions: National art gallery, Sofia; Sofia City gallery; National art gallery, Prague; Peter Ludwig Collection, Aachen, Germany; Art Dialog Foundation, Paris; Collection „Voeten“, Belgium; Collection „Svetlin Rusev“, Sofia and private collection in Austria, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, USA, France, Switzerland, Italy, Canada, Greece.

Emil Popov


1951 in Kjustendil, Bulgaria.


1975 – Sculpture in National Art Academy, Sofia.

Since 1992 - Professor in Sculpture.

Works in the village Dren, near Sofia.

Selected solo-exhibitions:

1994 – Gallery Rose, Hamburg

1995 – Gallery Van See, Berlin

1996 – Gallery Titan, Frankfurt/Main

1997 – Gallery Sculpture Park, Katzov, Germany

2001 – Gallery Irida, Sofia

2004 – Sofia City Gallery

2005 – Gallery Impressia, Plovdiv, Bulgaria; Gallery 8, Varna, Bulgaria.

2006 – Rakursi Art Gallery, Sofia.

2009 - „Portraits“, Gallery „Krag +“, Sofia.

Internationale Sculpture Symphosiums:

1977 – Burgas, Bulgaria – marble

1985 – Lindabrun, Austria - stone

1991 – Lindabrun, Austria – iron, stone

1992 – Katzov, Germany – wood, iron

1995 – Nagotane, India – green granite

1996 – Kobe, Japan – granite, iron

1998 – Sepre, Switzerland – iron, stone

1998, 2003 – Ilindentzi, Bulgaria – stone, iron

1999 – Smoljan, Bulgaria – iron, stone

1999 – Pernik, Bulgaria - iron, stone

2003 – Bansko, Bulgaria – granite

2005 – Pavlikeni, Bulgaria – wood, iron

2005 – Cherven brjag, Bulgaria – ceramic

2010 – Gwalior, India – stone and iron

Art Fairs:

Two participations in Basel, Switzerland

Two participations in Poznan, Poland

Participation in London, Great Britain

1988 – Participation in Art Olympiad in Seoul, Korea with two granite figures in the Olympic Park.


A composition in front of the National Stadium.

Half-length portraits of famous Bulgarian artists in Sofia, Pleven, Montana and Plovdiv, Bulgaria.

Bronze composition in the National Palace of Culture - Sofia in co-authorship with Angel Stanev.

Bronze composition in Silistra, Bulgaria in co-authorship with Georgi Tchapkanov.

Public Collections:

National Art Gallery – Bulgaria, Sofia City Gallery, Pushkin Museum – Moscow, National Museums in Warsaw and Prague, Dante Museum – Ravenna, Most Museum – Norway, The Collection of Peter Ludwig – Aachen, Germany, The Collection of Hugo Voeten – Belgium.  




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