Nikola Tanev’s life seems to have been quite eventful, from his early education in Paris to a prolific artistic career marked by numerous exhibitions across Europe. His dedication to art endured even after facing political challenges and personal difficulties. His perseverance, particularly creating his final artworks despite being paralyzed, speaks volumes about his commitment to his craft and creative spirit.
It’s fascinating to learn about such a multifaceted artist. If you’re looking to attend exhibitions featuring his work or learn more about his artistic journey, acquiring tickets from the box office of the National Art Gallery would likely be a great starting point.
Ticket: BGN 3.00
Free entry: children up to 12 years old, visitors with physical disabilities, pupils and students of art schools, employees of museums and galleries, journalists, members of SBH, ICOM, ICOMOS, AIAP, AICA.
Tuesday – Friday:
10:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.