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ataArt Today Association presents
EXHIBITION
"Selected from Center for Contemporary Art - Plovdiv, The Ancient Bath"
as part of the festival "FINITO MA NON TROPPO", organized by the Swiss Cultural Programme in Bulgaria. Opening 22.11.2007, 18.00, The Red House, Sofia
The exhibition presents artworks by authors who participated in art projects of the Association, which were realized in Center for Contemporary Art - Plovdiv and were supported by the Swiss Cultural Programme South East Europe and Ukraine.
The exhibition will be open until 25.11.2007.
For more information and the programme of the festival visit http://artoffice.bg/event/19


ataArt Today Association presents
in Center for Contemporary Art - Plovdiv
The Ancient Bath


EXHIBITION "TRANSPOSITIONS"
15.10.2007 – 30.10.2007

Opening: 15.10.2007/Monday/, 18.00 in the Ancient Bath

The exhibition presents works by the artists Ilias Poulos, Nikos Evangelopoulos, Virginia Mastrogiannaki, Vangelino Currentzis, and Konstantina Katrakazou.
The participants are questioning their time – time made of movement, speed, flux, transitions, mixtures, openings and withdrawals, the blurring of limits, the calling into question of past certitudes, the loss of previous reference points, time made of hope and fear in front of the unknown.

Entrance fee: 1 Euro (discounts for students and pensioners)


ataArt Today Association presents
in Center for Contemporary Art-Plovdiv,
The Ancient Bath and in Corridor Gallery


on 28th September 2007
in the Night of Museums and Galleries

Center for Contemporary Art-Plovdiv, The Ancient Bath
179 Sixth September Blvd
EXHIBITION „BULGARIA? ...OH, YES, BUCHAREST!”
19.00 ч. Presentation of the German art critic Bettina Steinbrügge on the topic: "Artistic Critique / Institutional Critique; some notes on the concept of Institutional Critique and its curriculum."
Bettina Steinbrügge is a teoretician and a critic, a participant in the resident programme for curators of Art Today Association.
Supported by Goethe Institute-Bulgaria and German Bulgarian Center for Meeting of the Saxony-Anhalt province.
20.00 - 20.20 ч. - "Homecoming", пърформанс a performance by Biliana Velkova (Vancouver) with the participation of the cheerleaders of the St.St. Cyril and Methodius Secondary High School, lead by Galina Angelova. Official opening of the evening
20.30 - 22.00 ч. - "Blind Spot”, a film by Oleg Mavromatti, premiere
22.00 ч. - Screening of video works from the exhibition „Bulgaria? ...Oh, yes, Bucharest!”, on the west façade of Banya Starinna.
22.00 ч. The visitors in the Center for Contemporary Art-Plovdiv,The Ancient Bath will have the possibility to participate in an M-tel promotion. One of them will win an trip for two to Istanbul.

Corridor Gallery
36 Konstantin Stoilov Str, Old Town
EXHIBITION "SMALL OBJECTS - SHORT VIDEO"
21.00 – 22.00 „An interview with the European bear”, a performance by Emil Mirazchiev. The Euro-bear will interview members of the audience, and award the bravest of them with a star from the EU flag. It will ask the question – „Well, mayna, what did the EU brought you?” and the answers will be documented on a video for the history.
21.00 – 24.00 Short photo sessions with the European bear. For 3 Euros or 6 BGN anyone who wishes can have his/her picture taken in the company of the Euro-bear and get their photos right away.


ataweek of contemporary art 2007
ataArt Today Association presents
in Center for Contemporary Art-Plovdiv
The Ancient Bath
, 179 Shesti septemvri Blvd.

13-th edition of the annual international project
WEEK OF CONTEMPORARY ART 2007
15th September - 10th October

"Bulgaria?...Oh, yes, Bucharest!"
curator: Yana Kostova

Opening: 15th September (Saturday) 19.00.





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