Radoslav Sultov

Radoslav Sultov

Born in 1976 in Bulgaria. Radoslav Sultov graduated with a Master's Degree in Sculpture from the National Academy of Fine Arts in Sofia and specialized at the University of Castilla- La Mancha in Spain. Sultov has participated in various national and international group exhibitions and sculpture symposia worldwide. He is a member of the Bulgarian Association of plastic Artists.

Sultov creates his works based on the relationships between structure and space. His themes often include exploring the aesthetics of transformation, the perceivably temporal succession of change, the interplay of mind and matter. His highly recognizable style can be seen in numerous outdoor collections and public commissions in Italy, France, Spain, Japan, Turkey, China, Egypt, Canada and Taiwan.

"Acting upon form from outside, I introduce an impulse, a sparkle of movement, which then continues working from within. It shapes a new, exciting form, both sufficient in itself and eager to interact with its environment - playing with light, vision and mind."

He has participated in many symposiums for example:

  • 2014 9th International Stone Sculpture Symposium, Julienne, Charente, France
  • 2014 Group exhibition at the Palazzo Frangipane, Tarcento, Italy
  • 2014 17th International stone sculpture symposium Friuli Venezia Giulia, Udine, Italy
  • 2014 19th Aswan International Sculpture Symposium, Aswan, Egypt
  • 2013 Open Air Granite Sculpture Symposium, O Grove, Spain
  • 2012 Saint John International Granite Sculpture Symposium, New Brunswick, Canada
  • 2012 Kartal International 2nd Stone Sculpture Symposium, Istanbul, Turkey


He was awarded for his work in various competitions for example :

  • 2013 First Prize, Open Air Sculpture Symposium, O Grove, Spain
  • 2013 Third Prize, Yandu Avenu Sculpture Competition, Zigong, China
  • 2012 Outstanding Award, Jinan City Sculpture Design Competition, China

Title of the project: "HERMES"

Concept: "The sculpture is a modern interpretation of Hermes, considered a god of transitions and boundaries, moving freely between the worlds of the mortal and divine".

Material: Limestone
Dimensions: A) 130 x 130 x 87 cm   B) 130 x 110 x 90 cm
Work period: 18/04/2016 - 06/05/2016