26 May, 2017
EU Prize for Literature presented
The 12 best authors have been recognised for their work

Bulgarian folklore is unique
Singers are born with these voices, one cannot teach them to sound like that

Sculptor stretches hands over Venice
The installation by Lorenzo Quinn draws attention to the duality of human nature with its creative and destructive potential

From cloister to hotel and back
Met to hold largest Michelangelo exhibit
May the force be with you
Stone: My film about Putin is a call to the world
50 premieres at Spring Book Bazaar
Willem Dafoe set to play Van Gogh in new picture
19 May, 2017
Two mysteries share one stage
Divine voices from Bulgaria and Australia conquer Sofia and Plovdiv

Wisdom is in short supply
We can get it back by rediscovering the forgotten art of philosophy

From needle to thread
Some of the best cosplay costumes presented at a Sofia exhibition

Cartoonists from Bulgaria and Croatia with group exhibition
Competition for Palme d'Or kicks off
Elena Bashkirova opens Sofia Music Weeks
The best of Italian spirit
Germany is №1 at Venice Biennale
12 May, 2017
Pink Floyd and their mortal remains
An exhibition chronicles the history of the legendary rock band

I will work until my last breath
Too much money is spent on politics instead of science when the latter is our only hope

Footwear as art
The State Hermitage Museum shows retrospective of contemporary fashion designer Manolo Blahnik

Nobleman residence
Met Opera applauds Sonya Yoncheva
Venice celebrates art in all its forms
Brexit inspires Banksy
Dancing Europe in Sofia
Steve Jobs brought to life in opera
5 May, 2017
Fotofabrika launched in Sofia
Three major exhibitions and over 10 side events will be featured in the fourth edition of the contemporary photography festival

New wave of Bulgarian cinema is being heralded
The recipe is: more films and competition, results will soon follow

Moon jars by Ik-Joong Kang
Korean artist strives to see the world through children’s eyes

City of lilac
Musical based on War and Peace frontrunner for Tony Awards
British Turner Prize finalists announced
Jazz meets classic on four grand pianos
Tracking down lighthouses
28 April, 2017
Crossing visual borders
Belgian Frederik Buyckx has been named the winner of the 2017 Sony award for his winter landscapes

Death is the main character in war
Reality intrudes at the very sight of an authentic weapon

Tate Modern shows Women of Venice
Plaster sculptures by Alberto Giacometti reunited in London for the first time since they were made

Under Prophet Elijah aegis
Seeing yourself in another
Legendary Red Violin to sound in Plovdiv
Six writers shortlisted for Man Booker Prize
Nils Nova's parallel universe
Palme d'Or to be diamond encrusted
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