Stefka Tsaneva is a curator, cultural manager and art critic. She has studied Scandinavian and media studies at the Humboldt University in Berlin and art history at New Bulgarian University. She currently works at the cultural department of Goethe-Institut Bulgaria and is responsible for visual and performing arts projects of the institute. Together with Vessela Nozharova and Vera Mlechevska she is co-founder of the International curatorial residency CLICK in Sofia. In 2018 she started the project Ö for a shared studio with artists and the series of talks “Something old, something new, something borrowed, something new” which takes place at Structura Gallery. Since 2017 she has been co-curator of the annual exhibition “Art Start: Young artists to follow” together with Vessela Nozharova and Daniela Radeva. She is founder and host of the radio show “Moleskin” in Radio Sofia and Radio Plovdiv. Selected exhibitions: Shock and horror (July 2018, Goethe-Institut), “Places of pleasure” (November 2017, Sofia City Gallery), “On the archipelago of metheorites” (September 2016, Plovdiv), Sofia Queer Forum (2015, Vaska Emanuilova Gallery). She has publications in various magazines and websites such as Capital, Artizanin, Kultura, Blister, Toest and more.