ANGELINA KAMENOVA PAVLOVA

Date of birth December 10th 1963 in Sofia
abagarp@gmail.com
www.angelinaglassart.eu

EDUCATION

  • 2018 Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris
  • 1996 European University of Glass, Sars-Potteries, France
  • 1988/90 Academy of Fine Arts, Wroclaw, Poland – Master of Art
  • 1985/87 Umprum Prague, Czech Republic – Glass in Architecture, Prof. Stanislaw Libensky
  • 1984/85 Academy of Fine Arts – Sofia, Bulgaria, Silicate forms

INDIVIDUAL EXHIBITIONS

  • 2016 Gallery Nesy – Burgas
  • 2008 “Glass meets Art”, Gallery Arte Forma– Heidelberg, Germany
  • 2007 Gallery AVENTURIJN – Epe , Holland
  • 2006 “Create light” – Gallery Aspect – Plovdiv, Bulgaria
  • 2006 “Glass as magic reality” – Gallery Arosita – Sofia, Bulgaria
  • 2004 “11×11”- Gallery Murgash, Sofia, Bulgaria
  • 2002 “Mercedes & Glass” Show room – Balkan Star, Sofia
  • 2002 “Reflex ions“ – Polish Culture Institute – Sofia, Bulgaria
  • 2000 “VIKINGS“- National Gallery for Foreign Arts – Sofia, Bulgaria
  • 1999 One-man show /Gallery L – Hamburg, Germany
  • 1997 Gallery “ADMIRER “- Sofia, Bulgaria

SELECTIVE EXHIBITIONS

  • 2018 “Similarities and diversities in symbiosis”- China & CEEC Contemporary Art Exhibition
    China Cultural Center, Sofia
  • 2017 Competition exhibition – Cite des Arts, Paris – France
  • 2017 40 years Bulgarian Monumental Art – Sofia
  • 2016 European Glass Biennale – Haacht, Belgium
  • 2016 Jubilleum Exhibition – Tubbergen, Holland
  • 2008/2016 European Biennial – Glass in context/Bornholm, Denmark
  • 2011 “Glass is More” – Dutch Design Week/Eindhoven
  • 2008 First Biennial of Bulgarian Design/Sofia
  • 2005 “We – The people of Europe” EUROVISIA, Kiev
  • 2004 Sculpture by Bulgarian Women – selected exhibition of the U.S. Ambassador
  • 2003/2004 Contemporary Bulgarian Art – Roma, Venice, Cogneliano, Caracas
  • 2002 GLASSRIJK – Tubbergen, Holland
  • 2000 International Glass Symposium – Granja de San Ildefonso, Spain1995
  • 1996-2013 Biennial Glass Exhibition “Glass und Garten”, Munster, Germany
  • 1995-2006 I, II, III, IV, VII International Glassymposium – Frauenau, Germany
  • 1985 International Glass symposium/Novy Bor, Czechoslovakia

SELECTED PROJECTS AND REALIZATIONS

  • 2010/11 Stained glass windows for the church ‘St.Kirik and St.Yolita” Bankya , under the projects of Academ. Svetlin Russev
  • 2009/11 Awards for the Festival of Documentary and Animated Film “Golden Rython”
  • 2009 Awards for Interarch
  • 2008 Awards for the UBA – ‘’House of the Year”
  • 2005 Commemorative stella/ 20 years. encyclical by Pope John Paul II for Saints Cyril and Methodius – Boris Hristof Museum – Sofia
  • 2004/08 Awards for BTV – Reporter of the Year ‘’Crystal Mill’’
  • 1994/00 Golden Martenica – awards for the Union ‘’Made in Bulgaria’’
  • 1998 Awards for the 1st International Youth Film Festival in Sofia
  • 1997/10 Annual Awards of the Union of Bulgarian Film Makers

COMPETITIONS

  • 2017 Competition for Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris 2018
  • 2005 “We – the people of the Eurovision Song Contest” – Kiev, Ukraine

AWARDS

  • 2008 Diplom – First Bulgarian Design Biennial – UBA
  • 2002 The Special Prize – Exhibition “Glass and Garden”, Munster, Germany
  • 2000 Further Commendations by the Jury “Glass and Garden”, Munster, Germany

PUBLIC ACTIVITIES

  • 2007 Member of the Union of Bulgarian Artist
  • 2008 Member of the American Association for Art Glass – GAS
  • 2011 Director of Foundation “Abagar-2005 “

My works can be seen:

Stained glass windows for the church ‘St.Kirik and St.Yolita” under the projects of Academ. Svetlin Russev – Bankya, Bulgaria
Ernsting Stiftung Museum, Germany
Municipal Bank – Head Office, Sofia “The Graces” 2001
Gallery Benveniu – New Orleans, USA

My art works are to be found in private collections also in USA, Norway, Holland, Germany, France, England, Austria, Poland, Belgium, Italy, Venezuela and Bulgaria.

The sculpture “Sea Bird” in 2005 was given in memory of John Paul II to the archbishop of Krakow card. Stanislaw Dzivish.

On May 24-Th, the Day of Slavic Letters and Bulgarian culture, as a member of the Bulgarian Church delegation invited to the yearly celebration in Rome I was honoured to be received by His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI. On this occasion I offered to the Holy Father a glass sculpture of an Angel stepping down to earth among people “Angel of Peace”.