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Pencho DOBREV

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 Born in Stara Zagora, Bulgaria - 1960

 Graduated the Art High School in Sofia - 1979

 Graduated the Academy of Fine Arts, specialty – sculpture 1987

 Member of the Union of Bulgarian Artists from 1992

 Professor   in the Academy of Fine Arts since 1995

 

 

One-man shows:

 

1990 – Art Gallery “Hemus”, Sofia, with V. Anguelov

1993 – “Sheraton Sofia Hotel”, with M. Marinova

1994 – Party Club, Sofia, with M. Marinova

1994 – Art Gallery “Den Heeck”, Bornem, Belgium, with M. Marinova

1995 – Art Gallery “Palace 2”, Varna, Bulgaria, with M. Marinova

1996 – Art Gallery “Melon”, Sofia, with V. Anguelov

1997 – Art Gallery “Lomi”, Sofia, with G. Pavlova

2003 – Art Gallery “Galeros”, Sofia

2004 – Art Gallery “Burgas”, Burgas, Bulgaria, with I.Stratiev and J.

              Jordanov

2004 – “Hindilian House”, Plovdiv, Bulgaria,

1990 – Monument of the soldiers and antifascists in Skalitza, Bulgaria

 

1987 – 2005 – participated in many national and international

              exhibitions, concourses, biennales, international art fairs –

              Basel, Frankfurt and Essen                                                                                     2005 – Symposium of wood sculpture in Hoer, Denmark

 

Awards:

 

1984 -  First Award and realization of the project in the concourse for murals and architectural reconstruction of two of the facades of the Academy of Fine Arts in Sofia , Bulgaria

 

1987 – First Award in the National Concourse “Estatic of the Urban Environment” /with arch. I. Dimov 

 

1988 – Award of magazine “Architecture and Society” at the International Symposium “Problems of the cultural and environmental dialogue in Plovdiv” / together with G. Todorov/

 

2005 – First Award in the Symposium of snow sculpture, Bansko, Bulgaria / with P. Kondov

 

His works are possession of the Sofia Art Gallery, Council of Culture, Plovdiv, collections in Bulgaria, Germany, Switzerland, Russia, Greece, and Belgium.