Hristo Yordanov

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In the realm of art, abstraction is not an escape from reality; it is the transformative journey that begins with the tangible. Much like a sculptor chiseling away at a block of stone, the artist starts with something concrete, a foundation that whispers of reality. It is only through the alchemy of creation that these traces are delicately removed, unveiling a new and boundless dimension. As Picasso eloquently put it,There is no abstract art. You must always start with something. Afterwards, you can remove all traces of reality.


Hristo Yordanov currently resides in the dynamic city of London, UK. Drawing from a diverse background encompassing traditional fine arts, digital arts, design, and computing, Hristo seamlessly weaves these influences into his latest installations. At the core of his interactive works beats the pulse of programming code, breathing life into each piece.

His artistic journey transcends borders, with international acclaim for works featured in contemporary galleries and groundbreaking net projects. Hristo's creations captivate audiences, offering thought-provoking and immersive experiences.

Acknowledged for his contributions to the art world, Hristo has received awards for arts and computer animation. Notably, a grant from Pro Helvetia - Swiss Arts Council supported the realization of the large-scale contemporary multimedia installation "Labyrinth." Beyond traditional art spaces, Hristo leaves an indelible mark as an experimental visual artist and digital designer, collaborating with various party promoters and clubs in Bulgaria.

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