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Zlatka Yaramova
Zlatka Yaramova

Zlatka Yaramova

(expert/coordinator exhibitions and events)
phone: (+359) 988 895541; e-mail:

Date of birth: 26 August 1988.

Education


PhD student Art History and Fine Arts, Department of Graphic Art, National Academy of Art, Sofia, Bulgaria (2018—currently). The PhD thesis covers the topic of Visual Language Conceptualisation of Graphic Art in the 20th Century.
Master of Fine Arts in Graphic Art, National Academy of Art, Sofia, Bulgaria (2016—2018).
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Art, National Academy of Art, Sofia, Bulgaria (2012—2016).

Specialisations:

Cité internationale des arts, Paris, France, from April 2018 to May 2018, two-month residency program specialisation.
Administration and Exposition

Professional experience


Part of the organisation of curatorial project Cold, Warm, Warmer, Hot, Sum gallery, Trebisov, Slovakia, curators Desislava Hristova-Tosheva, Branislav Zurko (August 2022)
Part of the organisation of curatorial project Cold, Warm, Warmer, Hot, Sum gallery at the Art Academy in Banska Bystrica, Slovakia, curators Desislava Hristova-Tosheva, Peter Timecko (August 2022)
Lecturer on Composition classes within the PhD program at National Academy of Arts, Sofia, Bulgaria (2018—2021)
Part of the organisation of participation in FIG Forum, Bilbao, National Academy of Arts, Sofia, Bulgaria (November 2020)
Part of the organisation of the project 115 Years of Graphic Art at NAA, National Academy of Arts, Sofia, Bulgaria (January 2020—October 2020)

Publications


Yaramova, Z., 2021. The Linguistic Sign as Revealer of the Difference in the Art Work of the Twentieth Century. — Art and Critique 2 (2).

Yaramova, Z., 2022. The absence of meaning when it is the artist`s intention in art. — Art and Critique 3 (1). (in press)


Exhibitions


Participations in over 20 International exhibitions for the period 2014—2022, including forum Park Camp VIIII in park Trebisov, Slovakia (2022), participation in curatorial project Entrance — Exit, gallery at UBA, Sofia, Bulgaria (2017), participation and award from Fifth Forum Small Graphic Forms, Art Alley Gallery, Sofia, Bulgaria (2017).
Solo projects — What You Know is What You Know. First Nonact on Wittgenstein, collaboration with the author Georgi Gikov, Arosita gallery, Sofia, Bulgaria (2021). What You Know is What You Know. Second Nonact on Wittgenstein, collaboration with the author Georgi Gikov, Arosita gallery, Sofia, Bulgaria (2022). Principles in Empty Space, collaboration with the author Pavlina Obretenova, ArtBox Gallery, Sofia, Bulgaria (2014).