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COUNTRY | Bulgaria

BIO | Lubri was born 1977 in Sofia, Bulgaria. He lives in Sofia.
His solo shows are: “Ladies Only”, Sariev Contemporary, Plovdiv (2018), “Motorbike, marijuana, dum-dum”, One Night Stand Gallery, Sofia (2018), “Eclectics”, Vaska Emanuilova Gallery, Sofia (2016), “SECOND NATURE”, Sariev Contemporary, Plovdiv (2013), “Background: young artists, Backup”, Sariev Gallery, Plovdiv (2011), “Boys don‘t cry indeed”, Pistolet Gallery, Sofia (2007).
He has taken part in the following group exhibitions: “Landscapes and Lifestyles”, Goethe-Institut Bulgaria, Sofia (2017); “Contemporary Bulgarian Photography”, Vivacom Art Hall, Sofia (2017); “Gender in Art”, curated by Delfina Jalownik, Monika Koziol, Maria Anna Potocka, MOCAK, Museum of Contemporary Art, Krakow (2015); “All Tomorrow Exotic”, dual show with Voin de Voin, curated by Edith Jerabkova, Gallery of Czech Center, Sofia (2015); Sofia Queer Forum 2014 – Manifestations of the personal, curated by Stefka Tsaneva, Vaska Emanouilova Gallery, the fridge & Social Center Xaspel, Sofia, “All I Can Is Art”, curated by Vera Mlechevska, Czech Center, Prague, Czech Republic (2013), “UNTITLED”, In cooperation with Ivan Moudov, Galerija Gregor Podnar, Ljubljana (2013), Festival City and Public Spaces, Project “Rituals of the Habitual”, curated by Vera Mlechevska, Plovdiv (2012), “The End and Beyond”, curated by Vera Mlechevska, Center for Contemporary Art – Plovdiv the Ancient Bath (2011), “Poor but sexy”, Sariev Gallery, Plovdiv, Bulgaria (2011), “Persona”, curated by Vera Mlechevska, ICA gallery, Sofia (2010), “Photonic Moments”, Ljubljana, Slovenia (2007), Month of Photography, Vienna (2007).
His work has been included in the books: Future Images – A collection of the World’s Best Young Photographers, Mario Cresci and Radu Stern, Italy, 2010; The Bulgarian Nouvelle Vague, Sofia, 2012; published at FANTOM – Photographic Quarterly, issue 09, Milano, 2012; and covered by Edno Magazine, Vice Magazine, the newspaper 39 Grams and Fantom Magazine.
Lubri is represented by Sariev Contemporary since 2012.