← Rudi Ninov

Rudi Ninov, born in 1992 in Teteven / Bulgaria, lives in Frankfurt am Main / Germany

Education
2018–  Master of Fine Arts in the class of Amy Sillman and Nikolas Gambaroff at Städelschule, Frankfurt
2017–2018  Institute of Contemporary Art, Close encpounters, Visual Dialogues, Sofia, Bulgaria
2012–2015  Bachelor of Fine Arts, Goldsmiths University of London, UK
2009–2012 BTEC Art and Design, Tower Hamlets College, London, UK

Solo-Exhibitions
2019 National Drama Theatre, Plovdiv, Bulgaria (upcoming)
National Palace of Culture, Azarian Theatre, Sofia, Bulgaria (upcoming)
Vaska Emanuilova Gallery, Sofia, Bulgaria (upcoming)

2018  “Flatlands”, American University of Bulgaria, Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria
“Lines to Tails”, UniCredit Bank, Sofia, Bulgaria
2017 “Saint Johnny and The Cherry Picker Escadrille”, Arosita Gallery, Sofia, Bulgaria
2016  “NOT A BAD DAY”, Rakursi Gallery, Sofia, Bulgaria

Group-Exhibitions
2019 Ernst & Young Benefit Auction, Museum für Angewandte Kunst, Frankfurt am Main, German
“All at once”, Structura Gallery, Sofia, Bulgaria
2018 “SCULPTURE NOW“, Credo Bonum Gallery, Sofia, Bulgaria
2017 “CLOSE ENCOUNTERS“, Institute of Contemporary Art, Sofia, Bulgaria
“What do you represent now?“, Plan 5, Stockholm, Sweden
“SOFT YES“, Rakursi Gallery, Sofia, Bulgaria
“UP RIVER“, Centre for Contemporary Art – Ancient Baths, Plovdiv, Bulgaria
“THE FIRST SEVEN YEARS“, Contemporary Space, Varna, Bulgaria
“Art Start: Young Artists to Follow in 2017“, Goethe Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria
2016 Contemporary Art Spring Festival, Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria
2015 “Goldsmiths BA Fine Art Degree Show, London, UK
Space 43, Lewisham Way, London, UK

Awards
2018 Cultural Perspectives Foundation Scholarship, Germany, Bulgaria
American university in Bulgaria Contemporary Art Award, Bulgaria
2017 Stoyan Kambarev Foundation Award, Bulgaria
2016 Edmond Demirdjian Foundation Award for painting, Bulgaria
2015 The Neville Burston Award for Painting, UK