FUTURE UNFORGETTABLE – PHASE I


IN DEFENCE OF SOLID MATERIAL
September – October 2021

PHASE I of FUTURE UNFORGETTABLE presents the line of conceptualization in Section I. of the concept of FUTURE UNFORGETTABLE

 

The eventual manifestations of the phase interconnect into a visual environment themes and ideas characteristic of Bulgarian art, presented by the works of the announced authors and their artistic practices, such as: political opposition, institutional deficiency, institutional critique, models of institutionalization, individualism, the relation between name and institution and between body and institution, instrumentalization, operationality, expansion of the body, the body as instrumental and political entity, problems of representation, the oppositions “outside” – “inside”, “community” – “person”, tension and fragility of borders and last but not least – labor.

The name “In Defence of Solid Material” is inspired by Dr Gatev’s work “In Defence of Solid Material”, 1994, part of the collection of Nedko Solakov and Slava Nakovska.

Main exhibition

IN DEFENCE OF SOLID MATERIAL
Sarieva, Plovdiv
curated by Vesselina Sarieva

10 September – 29 October

Opening: 10 September, 5 pm – 8 pm

 

Rada Boukova, Luchezar Boyadjiev, Dr Gatev, Pravdoliub Ivanov, Vladimir Ivanov, Ivan Moudov, Maria Nalbantova, Stefan Nikolaev, Nedko Solakov, Radostin Sedevchev, Kamen Stoyanov, RASSIM®

 

Works from the exhibition are owned by private collectors from Plovdiv, Sofia, Paris, Brussels.

Satellite exhibition gesture

“Saxophone player in the Bathroom”, 1973 by Sasho Stoitzov

Arosita Gallery, Sofia
17 – 30 September

 

The work is in a corporate collection, Sofia.

About the work

Presentation of a work part of the cycle “Corrections, 1996-98”, 2015 by RASSIM®

One Gallery, Sofia
September 18 – October 18

About the work

Research text

ART COLLECTION IN BULGARIA, HISTORY, COURSES AND PROBLEMS OF THE ENVIRONMENT, SVETLA PETKOVA for Open Art Files, www.openartfiles.bg

Library and video archive

© Future Unforgettable, 2021