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Eva Davidova is a Bulgarian/ Spanish new media artist working in New York.
Her work has been exhibited at the Bronx Museum in New York City; Everson Museum, Syracuse; Albright Knox Museum, Buffalo; Museum of Contemporary Art, Barcelona, CAAC Sevilla; Instituto Cervantes, Sofia; and many others. She received the 2008 M-tel Award for Contemporary Bulgarian Art; the 2009 Djerassi Honorary Fellowship, fellowships for many artist programs, and two grants from the Shearwater Foundation.
Recent projects include Happenland at Radiator Gallery in NY, curated alongside Almudena Baeza; The Body Prevails in Dumbo, New York; Feeding Alice at the Holographic Center, New York; Living and Dreaming at the Bronx Museum; III Moscow Biennale; LOOP; Scope Basel Video; Roma Contemporary; and institutional solo exhibitions at the Contemporary Arts Center La Regenta and the Everson Museum’s Urban Video Project, Syracuse.
Davidova was educated at the Complutence University in Madrid and the Kliment Ohridsky University in Sofia. To learn more click here.
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