Ljubomir Dimov

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Ljubomir Dimov (born 1946[1] in Elena, Bulgaria and died 2021 in Vienna, Austria) was an Bulgarian painter, artist and humanist.


Ljubomir Dimov was a Postwar & Contemporary artist[2], he studied fine arts at High-School in Sofia, and graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Sofia, Bulgaria.[3]

Life and Arts

Ljubomir Dimov was born in 1946[4] in Elena, Bulgaria. In 1981 Dimov emigrated to Vienna, where he lived and painted. In an Interview with the Bulgarian Art Magazin Black&White[5] Dimov admitted to have stopped painting for a long time out of depression and insecurities. Through the musicians Alexander and Konstantin Wladigeroff[6] he got introduced to the art parton Stefan Stoev[7]. Their friendship helped Dimov to start painting again. In a video interview with Showrealfilm[8], Dimov talks about his internal struggle and the "resistance of the materia".

Ljubomir became an honorable member of The Society for International Development and Enhancement of Arts (IDEA Society)[9]. Dimov's painting The Figure in the Scenery[10] became part of the PANGAEA Collection[11] in support of 'UNICEF. In 2013 Dimov sold a painting over the famous Auction House Dorotheum[12]. In 2015 Ljubomir got introduced over the IDEA Society to the Contemporary Female Artist Lea Fuchs, together they established the art dialogue on the "Women of Society"[13], exhibiting together at the Austrian Parliament[14]. and the United Nations . Following a series of international exhibitions organised by the IDEA Society, Dimov was exhibited at Sigmund Freud Museum in Vienna, at the European Parliament in Brussels, at the BKI Haus Wittgenstein in Vienna, the Laxenburg Castle in Laxenburg , at the United Nations, at the Korea Culture House, the House of the European Union, and at the Künstlerhaus "(K-Haus)"[15]. Dimov passed away on September 1st 2021 after a long illness.


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  2. "Ljubomir Dimov | 1 Artworks at Auction | MutualArt". www.mutualart.com.
  3. "Ljubomir Dimov". www.idea-society.org.
  4. "Ljubomir DIMOV (1946)". Artprice.com.
  5. Бяло, Черно и. "Любомир Димов – Българският майстор на цветовете и пъстрите мотиви придобил международно признание | Списание Черно и Бяло".
  6. "Wladigeroff Brothers - Thema auf meinbezirk.at". MeinBezirk.at.
  7. Stefan Stoev|Wikipedia Stefan Stoev
  8. "Interview with Showrealfilm".
  9. "IDEA Society - Society for International Development and Enhancement of Arts". idea-society.org.
  10. Saatchi Art Gallery PANGAEA Collection
  11. Bulgaren 16, 6-7/2009, p. 32
  12. "Ljubomir Dimov * - Moderne und Zeitgenössische Kunst 19.06.2013 - Dorotheum". www.dorotheum.com.
  13. "The Woman of society - Lea Fuchs". www.leart.at.
  14. NEOS #kunstklub in Kooperation mit der IDEA Society
  15. "Ljubomir Dimov | Galerie Immobilien GmbH". www.galerie-immobilien.at.

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