Federation Member
Todor Todorov
INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION

Todor Todorov

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Bulgaria


Participated in which domestic and international professional associations:

2008 - present      Honorary Member of China     Sculpture Institute, Beijing2006 - present      Member of the Art & Architecture (A&A) – London, UK

2004 - present      Member of the A.I.E.S.M.,International Association of Monumental     Scultptures Events

2003 - present      Member of the International Kinetic Art Organization, USA

1997 - present      Member of the Research Board of Advisors of ABI, USA

1993 - present      Member of the ROYAL       BRITISH SOCIETY OF SCULPTORS, London, UK

1991 - present      Member of the ISC, Washington, DC, USA1985 - present     Member of the UBA – Sofia


Engaged in professional work resume:

2012-17         Deputy Professor at European Polytechnic University, Bulgaria

1993-12        Senior Assistant Professor at the Department of Art and Design at the UNIVERSITY OF ARCHITECTURE AND CIVIL ENGINEERING - Sofia

1994-2004      Lecturer of SCULPTURE IN ARCHITECTURE at the UNIVERSITY OF FINE ARTS - Sofia

1990-94         Lecturer at the SOFIA APPLY ARTS COLLEGE

1992               Invited to deliver a series of lectures and lead an experimental workshop in sculpture at the FALMOUTH SCHOOL OF ART AND DESIGN - Cornwall, UK

1991-99          Tutor at the NEW BULGARIAN UNIVERSITY- So


The main achievements:

2014       ELEMENTAL SCULPTURE PROJECT – the best long term project for the application of Sofia for Cultural capital of Europe – period 2015-2020

2012       MAN OF THE YEAR for Culture – nomination from Sofia Municipality, Bulgaria

2009       FIRST PRIZE AWARD for the central piece of sculpture SHANGHAI EXPO 2010

2008       Sculpture DANCE is one of the 20 directly invited/awarded sculptures to be placed permanently in front of the Olympic Buildings for the Olympic Games in Beijing and will be placed In front of the National Grand Theatre ‘THE EGG’ in Beijing, China.

2007       FIRST PRIZE AWARD of SHANGHAI ART & SCIENCE BIENNALE – Shanghai, China.

2006       One of the three winners of VENICE SCULPTURE PARK competition, Venice, Italy

2006       OUTSTANDING AWARD Beijing Olympic Park City Sculpture Competition, Beijing

2005       FIRST PRIZE  AWARD for Kinetic Sculpture in the 2005 KAO INTERNATIONAL KINETIC ART COMPETITION, Palm Beach, Florida, USA.

2004       FIRST PRIZE  AWARD for Kinetic Sculpture in the 2004 KAO INTERNATIONAL KINETIC ART COMPETITION, Palm Beach, Florida, USA.

2002      SPECIAL  PRIZE  AWARD  for  FAÇADE  OF  THE CITY  ART  GALLERY  OF  SOFIA - stainless steel, glass  -  30.00/12.00/5.00  m.  Sofia,  BULGARIA

1999     Selected as one of nine overseas artists to participate in 'Sculpture by the Sea 1999'  Sydney Harbour, Sydney

1998      Awarded commission for a 4m bronze sculpture, a stone relief  5.00/3.00m and five 5.00/3.00m stained glass windows for the LOWER TOWN SQUARE of the town of Hamilton.

1993     Awarded commission for SCULPTURE/SUNDIAL at Glasgow, Scotland. This is a site-specific work for the ‘Sustrans’ initiative ‘Path for people’. Project completed in     September 1996

1991       The 7th Henry Moore Grant Prize Exhibition for Abstract Sculpture. ‘The Utsukushy-Ga-Hara Open Air Museum’, Tokyo, Japan. Participation with 2 projects

1990     SECOND PRIZE AWARD Competition for the Monument of Those Who Fallen of the First World War  Bourgas

1987       THE BEST PROJECT AWARD  competition for the town memorial of Rodopa, Smolian

1986      FIRST PRIZE AWARD for two facade reliefs and figure of The Victory for The New Military  History Museum  Sofia

1985     International Art Competition ‘Young Artists For Peace’ Torun, Poland. Participation with 1 project

1984       DIPLOMA D’HONEUR Long, France

1984      Competition for art pieces incorporated in the facade of an electric power station in Sweden  2 projects

1983       FIRST PRIZE AWARD -  competition for a memorial to the Bulgarian poet Geo Milev, Stara Zagora

1977       Competition for Monument of Trade-Unions, Prague