Kiril Kuzmanov


Kiril Kuzmanov (b. in Sofia, currently reside in London) studied at The National School of Art, Smolyan, Bulgaria (1995-2000). He consequently received a BA (2007) and an MA (2010) from the Department of Sculpture at The National Academy of Art, Sofia, Bulgaria.

Among his works linked with particular space are: What is passing through me, I pass through it (2009–), Structura Gallery, Sofia, 2018–; (Dis)appearance of the Content 2, (2013), Women’s Market and Sofia City Art Gallery; Project 0 (2010-2014), The Trap(Kapana) Quarter, Plovdiv; Who Controls the Controllers (2009 – 2011), Tiananmen Square, Beijing; Untameable is the Wind (2008 – ) within 11 countries in Asia. Solo exhibitions include Ice-cream and Aviation (2014-); Rayko Aleksiev Gallery, Sofia, 2017; Chapter 36/50, ICA-Sofia, 2014; What is passing through me, I pass through it (2009–), Architectural Association School of Architecture, London, 2015; Feeder(Dead) Head (2008), Vaska Emanouilova Gallery, Sofia, 2010. Participations and group exhibitions include Sex Appeal, One Night Stand Gallery, Sofia, 2017; Art for Change 1985-2015, Sofia City Art Gallery; Nominated artists for The BAZA award, Sofia City Art Gallery, 3013; 5th International Biennial of Young Artists, Bucharest, 2012; Fragile, Atelier Tarwewijk Mijnsherenlaan, Rotterdam, 2012; and Art of Urban Intervention, ICA-Sofia, 2011. He is the recipient of the Grand Jury Prize from the St. Cyril and St. Methodius International Foundation and UBA, 2006 and BAZA Award for Contemporary Art winner, 2013.

Kiril Kuzmanov in conversation with Maria Vassileva


Boryana Petkova, Valentina Sciarra, Veneta Androva, Dimitar Genchev, ...
curated by Maria Vassileva

24.10.2019 - 07.12.2019

What is passing through me, I pass through it (2009-)
Kiril Kuzmanov

29.05.2018 - 30.01.2024