Todor Todorov (sculptor)

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Todor Todorov ARBS
Totem TodorTodorov.jpg
Totem (2009) by Todor Todorov, Hamilton Scotland
Born (1951-09-26)September 26, 1951
Sofia, Bulgaria
Nationality Bulgarian
Known for Sculptor
Awards International Kinetic Art-competition Winner - 2004 & 2005

Todor Todorov is a Bulgarian sculptor, born in Sofia, Bulgaria on September 26, 1951. He studied his masters at National Academy of Arts in Sofia, Bulgaria and graduated in 1977. Since 1975 he has primarily produced large scale works in the area of public sculpture and Elemental Sculpture. His kinetic sculpture "Dance" was one of the 19 directly invited/awarded sculptures placed permanently in the Olympic Buildings for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. Other kinetic sculptures of Todor Todorov can be seen at Artparks Sculpture Park, Guernsey UK, Sculpture by the Sea, Sydney, Venice sculpture Park, designed by Carlo Scarpa etc. In 2004 and 2005 he won First prize Awards for Kinetic Sculpture in the KAO - International Kinetic art-competition, Palm Beach, Florida, USA.[1] One of his bronze sculpture "Totem" has been placed at the New Town Square of Hamilton, Scotland for the Millennium celebration.[2]

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He is the developer of the special theory of Elemental Sculpture.

DANCE - wind driven kinetic sculpture Todor Todorov was one of directly invited sculptors to place a piece of his sculpture for the Olympics, together with Dennis Oppenheim and Charles Jencks, among others. This sculpture will be placed In front of the National Grand Theatre ‘THE EGG’ in Beijing, China.

A dance sculpture by Todor Todorov

ROTUNDA - stainless steel, bronze – 16.00/9.00/9.00 m. – Helena Resort – Bulgaria - First price for 2004 Kinetic Sculpture in the KAO International Kinetic Art Competition, Palm Beach, Florida, USA

The rotonda in Helena Resort by Todor Todorov

MONUMENT THIRTEEN CENTURIES BULGARIA IN EUROPE "CASCADES" - a public water park with 14 implanted granite sculptures covering an area of 5,000 m2 - Shumen, Bulgaria

A water cascade in Shumen Bulgaria by Todor Todorov

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