Christo Christov

Christo Christov

Christo Christov was born on May 22, 1963 in the city of Varna. In 1982 graduated from the Specialized School for Artistic Stone Processing in the village of Kunino. In 1994, he graduated from the National Art Academy in Sofia, majoring in sculpture in the class of Prof. Dimitar Boykov. Since 1994, he has been a member of the SBH. Since 1995, he has exhibited his works at the Georg Gallery on the island of Sult, Germany.

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Completed projects:

Since 1997 up to and including 2022annually produces the "Sports Ikar" awards of the "Bulgarian Sport" foundation.

2019 - Creates a monumental sculpture, which is placed in the "Open Air Museum" on the "Atlantic Solidarity" Square next to the City Art Gallery in Varna.

Since 2010 - regularly creates sculptures for the International Wrestling Federation FILA.

Since 2008 - regularly produces the awards of the basketball club "Spartak" - Moscow.

2006 - His sculpture "Higher than the Sun" became a symbol of the "Golden Sands" resort.

Since 2006 - regularly produces prize plastic for the European Basketball Federation FIBA.

2003 - He made a monumental sculpture, which was placed in the yard of the National Music School "Lyubomir Pipkov", Sofia.

2003 - Participation in the International Symposium - Stone, Wunsiedel (Germany)

2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007 - Participation in the "Sea of Forms" Sculpture Symposium, "Golden Sands" resort complex

2002 - Participation in a general exhibition in the building of the European Parliament in Brussels (office of the European Commissioner for EU enlargement, Mr. Gunther Verheugen)


Awards:

2020 - Jury Prize at the Biennale of Small Forms – Pleven 2020.

2015 - Award of the First Independent Awards for Culture - Varna

2010 – First prize at the "Allianz Bulgaria Regional Awards for Sculpture" competition

2010 – First prize Biennale of small forms – Pleven 2010.

2006 - First prize in Symposium on Sculpture "Sea of Forms", resort complex "Golden Sands".

2000 - "Golden Feather" award for contribution to Bulgarian culture


Exhibitions:

2022, 2020 – solo exhibition, Georgi Velchev Art Museum, Varna

2021 – solo exhibition, Art Center Pleven

2021, 2018, 2015, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007 - solo exhibition, Art Gallery Le Papillon, Varna

2018 – solo exhibition, City Art Gallery – Varna

2015 - solo exhibition, Astri Gallery, Sofia

2016 - solo exhibition, "Upark" gallery, Plovdiv

2015 solo exhibition, Bulgarian Cultural Institute, Vienna, Austria

2015 - solo exhibition, Bulgarian Cultural Institute, Prague, Czech Republic

2013 - solo exhibition, Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria, The Hague, Netherlands

2013 - solo exhibition, Benedictine Spiritual Center, St. Adalbert Abbey, Netherlands

2011, 2005, 1999 – solo exhibition, Bulgarian Cultural Institute, Berlin, Germany

2011 - solo exhibition, "Art-36" gallery, Sofia

2009 – solo exhibition, "1908" gallery, Sofia

2009 - solo exhibition, "Arosita" gallery, Sofia

2007 - general exhibition, "Classic" gallery, Sofia

2006 - solo exhibition, Bonn City Hall (Germany)

2005 - solo exhibition, "Artamontsev" gallery, Sofia

2004, 2000 - solo exhibition, "BulART" gallery, Varna

2002 - solo exhibition, "Artamontsev" gallery, Sofia

2001 - presents his works at the Celine Gallery, Paris (France)

2001 - solo exhibition at Hilton Hotel, Sofia

2000 - solo exhibition, Tsar Osvoboditel gallery, Sofia

1998 - participation in the National Exhibition "Sculpture", gallery "Shipka 6", Sofia

1998 - solo exhibition, gallery "3,14", Bergen (Norway)

1997, 1996 - solo exhibition (sculpture and drawings), "Makta" gallery

1996 - solo exhibition, United Bulgarian Bank, Sofia

1995 - participation in "Autumn Salon", gallery "Raiko Alexiev", Sofia

1994 - participation in the National Exhibition "Sculpture", Gallery "Dosev", Sofia

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