Denitsa Todorova

Denitsa Todorova was born in 1984 in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. She lives and works in Antwerp, Belgium. She studied at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp, Master in Painting and the New Bulgarian University Sofia, Bulgaria, Bachelor of Stage Design. 

She has numerous institutional exhibitions and participations among witch: Grand Prize for Drawing Ernest Albert in De Garage Mechelen, Belgium, 2023; Maart Kunstroute Be-Part Waregem, Belgium, 2023; National Autumn Exhibitions, Plovdiv, Bulgaria, 2023; Art Biennal Kunst&Zwalm, Belgium, 2023; Cultural Center Ronse, Belgium, 2014, 2015 and 2024; Strabag Kunstforum, 2019; STRABAG Art Foundation, Vienna, 2017; Design Museum Brussels, 2016; Museum M Leuven, 2015. She had a large number of solo and group shows in galleries in Belgium and the Netherlands including: Ballroom Gallery Brussels, DMW Gallery Antwerp, Whitehouse Gallery Leuven, Josilda da Conceicao Gallery Amsterdam. Her works was exhibited at the art fairs: Art Rotterdam, 2024, 2021, 2020, 2018, Art on Paper, Brussels, 2019.

For her work Denitsa was awarded with: Prize from STRABAG Art Award International, 2017 and the Drawing Prize Ronse, 2014 and 2015. She has also been nominated for multiple awards and honors, including the FID drawing prize Paris in 2017 and the Art Contest Brussels in 2016. 

In 2021 by Stockmans Art Books was published her monograph “Phosphenes (seeing stars)“. The catalogue includes texts by Philippe Van Cauteren, Pieter Vermeulen, Eric Min and poems Peter Verhelst. The catalogue was presented with artist talk with Philippe Van Cauteren, artistic director of SMAK Museum of Contemporary Art, Ghent, Belgium.