Ina Damyanova

Ina Damyanova

Sofia, Bulgaria

About Ina Damyanova

Ina Damianova is an artist and designer in Bulgaria. She works in the fields of visual art, interior and product design. In her work she uses different medias to obtain highly individual result.
Her works are part of Art Centre Hugo Vouten ‘s collection-Belgium and many other private collections in Bulgaria, France, Germany ,Spain and Austria.
Graduated from the Sofia Art College in 1991, Applied Arts Department, major Design.
Lives and works in Bulgaria.

Education

Graduated from the Sofia Art College in 1991, Applied Arts Department, major Design.
Lives and works in Bulgaria.

Exhibitions

2014 „Matter and Spirit”, Rakursi Art Gallery, Sofia
2013 “Parts of the whole”, Bulgarian Cultural Institute, Paris, France
2012 “Parts of the whole” , Wittgenstein , Wienna, Austria
2012 “ Body marks” , Rakursi Art Gallery, Sofia
2011 “Reflections “ , Sofia press gallery, Sofia
2010-2011 Scholarship-Cite des Art , Paris
2010 “Scar”, Rakursi Art Gallery, Sofia
2009 “ONE”,P.A.R.K. Gallery,Plovdiv
2008 H2O “Clean”/light installation/ Night of the Museums and Galleries, Plovdiv
2008 Scholarship Unesko, Instituto Carvas,Alkala de Jucar,Spain
2005 “Cactus”, “Testa” Gallery, Sofia
2005 “The Fruit”, “Sariev” Gallery, Plovdiv
2005 “Inhalation – Exhalation”, “Irida” Gallery, Sofia
2005 “Stitch”, “Sariev” Gallery, Plovdiv
2004 “Light”, “ADS” Gallery, Sofia
2004 “Awn”, “Irida” Gallery, Sofia
2003 Centro Nacional de Fotografia, Torrelavega, Spain
2003 “Bending”, “Solers” Gallery, Sofia
2003 Exhibition in Casa de Cantabria and Centro Nacional de Fotografía –Torrelavega Spain.
2000-2002г. Takes part in ”Estampa”,Madrid
2001г. Exhibition in Casa de Cantabria,Madrid
2000 “Inwards”, Contemporary Art Center “The Ancient Bath”, Plovdiv
2000 “Transfusion”, French Cultural Institute, Sofia
1999 “Reprints and Objects”, “Solers” Gallery, Sofia
1999 “Young Curators Presenting the Young Artist”, “Shipka 6” Gallery, Sofia
1998 “Contemporary Bulgarian Art”, National Art Gallery, Sofia
1996 “Luni” (Moons), Balabanov’s House Gallery, Plovdiv
1995 “Isperih” Plain Air, “Shipka 6” Gallery, Sofia