A part of the magic of art is to find out a new point of view about things around us and especially - if you can use interest in the prosaic ones. Such is Tsvetan Chetashki's message to those people who look and see.
To enter his Worlds'* you should simply free your imagination. And then you will discover a lyric landscape or a raging storm, a nude or birds, a surf or a snowy fairy tale, a dramatic battle or frozen eternity... But you can find out completely different images and states. The important thing is to present yourself with the flight of your soul, to indulge in contemplation, in the shades of romance or melancholy, to travel around your seasons, your childhood visions, suppressed for a long time, or in the explicable desire for silence.
You cannot be wrong unless you do not call trite prints for help. Remember the time which stopped when you used to peer into the summer clouds and the exclusively expressive scenes you used to discover in them. This time they are under your feet. They are in the stone, in these ordinary paving stones with which they cover the paths in the courtyards or the slates they stick on house walls searching for the connection with times bygone. In such a state you can meet the teenager in yourself, smile and be absorbed in the infinity of its spaces and the amazing richness of hues. You feel like turning it, as you used to do with that cardboard small tube, called kaleidoscope, and discover something completely different...
This exhibition of Tsvetan Chetashki surprises us again. The photographer, whose work we relate to the series of marvelous landscapes around the country, to the black and white nude photography or to the advertisement billboards, surprises us by another predilection - the discovery of fantastic worlds which nature has locked between the stone layers. One more splendid lesson on daydreaming" , on the opportunities which some authors offer us by opening the doors to the world of the esthetic conventions.