Born in 1947 - Bulgaria
Bozhidar Nikolov Kozarev - sculptor
Born November 23, 1947 in Sofia.
Prof. Kozarev is a Bulgarian neorealist sculptor and university lecturer, Professor at the National Academy of Fine Arts.
Art School, Sofia, 1966
Academy of Fine Arts, Sofia, Decorative Monumental Sculpture, 1974
Professor, Department of "Wood carving" discipline sculpture
Union of Bulgarian Artists section "Sculpture"
His works are property of the National Art Gallery, Sofia City Art Gallery, the City Gallery in Wiesbaden and of many private collections.
Award for Sculpture on Historical Topic;
Art Award of Stara Zagora (1976);
"Union of Bulgarian Artist" Award for sculpture of historical subjects (1982);
Award UBA name of Ivan Lazarov for a monumental sculpture (1978)
Author of one-man shows in Sofia, Bourgas, Belgium, Poland, Germany, Algeria, Austria, Budapest.
Mer-Sur-Loing, France; (2006);
13 sculptors, "Sredets" Gallery, Sofia (2003);
Based on modern Bulgarian sculpture collection Hugo Voeten (Solvay Park) Europe - Bulgaria, Brussels (2002);
Gallery "Xan-Tinne" Geel, Belgium (1996);
Group exhibition Algiers (1984);
Sculpture Symposium Berlin-Marzahn (1984);
Sculpture Symposium Burgas-Otmanli (1976)
NAG - Sofia; SAG; Art Gallery - Veliko Tarnovo; Art Gallery - Sliven; Art Gallery - Ruse; Collection "Hugo Voeten" - Belgium; Gallery "Xan-Tinne" Belgium; Collection "Dr. Beccaria" Barcelona, ??Spain; City Museum Wiesbaden - Germany.
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