Alexander Proinov- Aper
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Alexander Proinov- Aper was born on September 6, 1958 in Sofia. Works in the field of monumental art. From 1982 to the present, as an artist he has realized 16 solo exhibitions in Europe and Asia - France, Italy, Germany, Austria, Cyprus, Slovenia, Croatia, Estonia, Kyrgyzstan, Portugal, Macedonia and over 800 art actions, exhibitions and presentations in Bulgaria. He has won a number of awards, including a silver medal for his contribution to contemporary art. He is the creator of the European symbol "Zeus and Europe" for national and regional media / television / under the auspices of the French government and the EU. He is the creator of the awards of dozens of national structures in the field of economy, politics and culture: the Golden Chest, the Glory Award, presented to the most successful company by the German-Bulgarian Chamber of Industry and Commerce, the Commission for Protection of Competition, Awakener of the Year of the Bulgarian National Radio - the sculpture "ALPHABET", the Top 20 award for Bulgarian music of Bulgarian National Television and Bulgarian National Radio, the statuette "White Bird" awarded by Bulgarian Telegraph Agency for donations, the National Revenue Agency, Ministry of Interior, Ministry of Education, literary and poetic competitions. He has donated to dozens of socially political and nationally useful organizations, schools, community centers, orphanages and individual bearers of national pride. His artworks are in the possession of the Vatican - donated to Pope II and Pope Benedict and many world museums and private collections. He lives and works in Sofia.