The Tsarino Foundation is an international collective of artists and an architect. While restoring a formerly abandoned village in the Bulgarian Rhodope Mountains, their primary purpose is to function as an art platform.
Charlotte Mumm made a sculpture with dichroic glass discs connected to a wooden construction. The glass has special micro-coating, allowing colours and transparency to shift depending on light conditions and point of view.
Now accepting proposals! The Razklon Gallery offers artists the opportunity to show their work by a dusty road between hills, fields and forests with the local community, cows and other animals as the primary audience.
We offer accommodation and studio space in seven houses renovated on a very basic level. The general facilities include an outdoor kitchen and a solar-powered charging station for equipment and batteries.
View documentation of wildlife and vegetation caught on camera in and around Tsarino, such as lizards, tortoises, (wild) cows, sheep, mules, donkeys, beetles, spiders, mosses, trees, flowers, bushes and other plants.
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