The freelance photographer Yana Lozeva held a one-person photographic exhibition at UniCredit Studio.
The exhibition is the second one displayed within the fifth Fotofabrika Festival.
It focuses on human beings and their vulnerability. According to Emi Baruh, Director of Fotofabrika, Yana Lozeva’s photographs presented at UniCredit Studio teach us how to feel.
“Our task is to help young artists who have a lot to show us. We are glad that we can we can provide them with a modern space in Sofia city center where young people's talent can be demonstrated”, Mr. Levon Hampartzoumian, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Management Board of UniCredit Bulbank said during the exhibition opening.
“We have received support from UniCredit Bulbank since Fotofabrika was organised. We are extremely thankful to UniCredit Bulbank because in this way young and talented artists like Yana Lozeva are given the opportunity to express themselves. The fact that such an institution supports art can produce only positive effects”, Emi Baruh said.
Yana Lozeva also expressed her gratitude towards Fotofabrika Festival and UniCredit Studio.
“Without your support this exhibition would not have been possible. It was a challenge for me and I am glad that it became reality”, the young artist added.
UniCredit Studio visitors will see that Yana Lozeva is one of those photographers who are unwilling to pass by strangers in the street with indifference. She finds a reason to fall in love with people, revealing their vulnerability in the details of everyday life. Come to me exhibition displays a gamut of all these emotions.
The exhibition shows that Yana Lozeva's loving gaze through the camera lens connects with people, which gives her photographs a personal and intimate touch.
Come to me exhibition runs until 19th May and is open on weekdays from 10 am to 7 pm, Saturday from 11 am to 9 pm at UniCredit Studio (7, Sveta Nedelya Square, on the left side of the entrance of the head office).
Further details about the artist
Yana Lozeva (http://yanalozeva.com/) is a freelance photographer living and working in Sofia. She has a degree in Photography from the National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts. Yana Lozeva belongs to the new generation of contemporary Bulgarian photographers. She doesn’t like to comment on her works of art and lets them speak for themselves instead. She takes part in interesting and unconventional projects, photographing mostly melancholic portraits which are easily remembered. She is also well-known for her work for the theatre and is also an author of a book entitled Long summer.
Further information about UniCredit Studio:
UniCredit Studio Gallery of Contemporary Art was founded in 2012 when Bulgaria was selected among more than 20 European countries to host the first UniCredit Studio after the opening of a gallery in Italy. It serves as a contemporary art platform, its mission being to present young Bulgarian and international artists.
Since then the gallery has hosted exhibitions of young and talented artists: Andrey Hambarski, Ivaylo Hristov, Ognyana Serafimova, Velizar Dimchev, etc.
In 2016 the gallery hosted the world-famous exhibition Living On A Dollar A Day: The Lives and Faces of the World’s Poor of Renée C. Byer, a photojournalist and Pulitzer prize winner.
The gallery has been a partner of momentous photography events such as Fotofabrika Festival, Photography Month, etc. In 2017 UniCredit Studio moved to a new home located on the renovated ground floor of UniCredit Bulbank in Sveta Nedelya Square in Sofia city center.
Further information about Fotofabrika Festival:
The fifth edition of Fotofabrika Festival is part of 2018 cultural events calendar of Sofia Municipality. The following projects are part of the festival: Five portraits, financed by the Cultural Programme of Sofia Municipality; Bulgaria: A look from the Outside, a Look from the Inside, made possible thanks to the financial support of the Programme for the Presidency of the Council of the EU 2018; Cultural National Fund; The Memory of the City: Photomarathon and Exhibition with the financial support of Programme Europe of Sofia Municipality 2018.
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