Sofia's Rakursi Gallery Shows Early Works by Sculptor Pavel Koychev

Sofia's Rakursi Gallery Shows Early Works by Sculptor Pavel Koychev

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An exhibition of works by sculptor Pavel Koychev opened at Sofia's Rakursi Gallery on Tuesday on the occasion of the gallery's 20th anniversary. On display are early works in bronze, from 1990-91, which Koychev picked himself for the occasion. Some of those have evolved over the years in different materials, scale and context, the gallery said, CE Report quotes BTA

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