Arosita Gallery established in March 1990, is the leading contemporary art gallery in Sofia. Situated in the city center, the gallery includes two exhibition spaces plus an office space.
Since its opening in 1990, the Arosita Gallery has exhibited more than 260 contemporary artists showing a wide range of works (painting, video, sculpture and installations) from the youngest to the most prominent names in contemporary art. The gallery also offers educational arts programs and supports various experimental artistic projects.
The Arosita Gallery has won an international reputation for excellence by working with a wide range of international artists, art groups and curators. Since 2010 every year the gallery has organized an international festival for modern glass. The festival is held every two years in Sofia.
In 2013, the Arosita Gallery addresses the public, creating a new street space for contemporary art - Stick Place. A stick for hanging vinyl ads is mounted on the outer wall of the gallery, on the street. Using the vinyl board or the stick to display art directly on the street. Inspired from street art, where art exposed outside takes a different meaning, and the works can be seen 24 hours, 7 days a week. Since 2007, every two years the gallery also organizes international festival for contemporary glass. The festival takes place every two years in Sofia.
In 2013 Arosita Gallery addressed the public by creating a new street space for contemporary art- Stick Place.
Valentin Stefanoff and NINA Kovacheva, RASSIM
Physics and Metaphysics of the Spot, Swears, 2012.
Deyan Yanev, Kaloyan Iliev-Kokimoto, Jordan Pancov
European Cuteness Art, 2014.
- Description: European Cuteness Art, СОФИЙСКИ АРСЕНАЛ – МУЗЕЙ ЗА СЪВРЕМЕННО ИЗКУСТВО , Сдружение за култура „Студио Солиго” , ГАЛЕРИЯ АРОСИТА
The international traveling exhibition includes artists from Romania, Bulgaria, Spain, Finland and Italy. Giancarlo Carpi, curator
Fashion in the backyard. 13 Stanton, 2015.
- Material: Acrylic on canvas
- Width: 116.00 cm Height: 81.00 cm Depth: cm
A New Life, Festival Danube dialogues, Novi Sad, The use of man, curator Sava Stepanov, 2018.