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Stephan Stoyanov

Stephan Stoyanov
Stephan Stoyanov

Stephan Stoyanov started curating exhibitions in 1991 in Bulgaria and France. He moved to the United States in 1997 and joined CristinRose Gallery in Chelsea, NYC as a gallery director in 2000. He then managed Folin Riva gallery until the opening of his own gallery Luxe, situated on 57th street on the premises of the historical NY Gallery building, thus being the first young contemporary gallery to leave Chelsea and join the top galleries in midtown. In 2009 he moved to the Lower East Side, being one of the first galleries to move in the actual mecca of the NY art  world. Over the years, his program in NYC has focused on feminist works as well as new media and video. Many of his exhibitions were featured in the “Best in Show” on the Village Voice and in 2011 his show Psychadelic Art from former Yugoslavia/60’s-70’s/ was the first among the top 5 exhibitions in NYC that year. His proposals have always been thought provoking and international in scope despite the risk and the challenges this entailed. The artists he represented exhibited at the Whitney Biennial (New York), the Venice Biennial (Venice), MoMA and MoMA PS1 (New York), the Boston Museum of Fine Arts (Boston), the Albright Knox Gallery (Buffalo), the Mori Art Museum (Tokyo) and Tate Modern (London). In 2013, he co-produced the Cuban Pavilion at the Venice Biennale. Since his departure from the US, Stephan has continued his work in Bulgaria, where he also started dedicating to education via the organization of seminars and lectures, with the complicity of renowned art specialists internationally. Currently, he is preparing several museum surveys on Zurab Tsereteli, a retrospective dedicated to the work of Saudi artist Halla Bint Khaled for Tbillisi Museum of Modern Art, as well as a traveling exhibition of Rashid Al Khalifa’s oeuvre.

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