Ivan madzharov

Ivan Madzharov was born on 13 August 1986 in Targovishte, Bulgaria.
2005 – Graduated from the “Dimitar Dobrovich National High School of Applied Arts in the city of Sliven, Bulgaria..
2009 – Graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts at the St Cyril and St Methodius University in the city of Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria.

Exhibitions:

2003 – Graphics, solo exhibition exhibition, Sliven
2005 – Paintings, solo exhibition, Sliven
2007 – Paintings, solo exhibitionn, gallery “The Red Pony”, Plovdiv
2008 – Paintings, solo exhibition, gallery “Zheravna”, Zheravna
2009 – Paintings, solo exhibition, gallery “Burgas”, Burgas
2010 – Painting, group exhibition, Largo Art Gallery , Varna
2010 – Painting, solo exhibition, Municipal Bank – “Maestro” gallery, Sofia
2010 – Painting, solo exhibition, Bulgarian Cultural Institute, Budapest
2011 – Painting, solo exhibition, Anima Art Gallery, Sofia
2011 – Painting, solo exhibition, House of Culture, Kozloduy
2011 – Painting, solo exhibition, Hilton Sofia
2012 – Painting, group exhibition, Art Visa Bulgaria, Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Sofia
2012 – Painting, second group exhibition, Art Visa Bulgaria, Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Sofia
2012 – Painting, solo exhibition, Art Visa Bulgaria, Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Sofia
2012 – Painting exhibition, Hilton Sofia
2013 – Painting, solo exhibition, Festa Winter Palace, Borovets
2013 – Painting, solo exhibition, Festa Sofia
2013 – Painting, group exhibition, The Brick Lane Gallery, London
2013 – Painting, solo exhibition, Valer Gallery, Sofia
2013 – Painting, solo exhibition, LIK Gallery, Sofia
2014 – Painting, solo exhibition, Europe Art Gallery, Sofia

“I believe that one of the highest expressions of the human spirituality and intellect, is the act of creation! Artists have the privilege to enjoy it as a daily activity! Experience in painting teaches me that it’s better not to think too much but to trust your intuition instead.”

Ivan Madzharov - 'The Fairy Ballerina'
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