The Home of Man
Photography runs in the family of Nikolay Treyman. The “Swamp” exhibition has won him an award at the prestigious photo festival in Arles, France. He is the founder of Paralax School of Photography which offers a unique three-year training. He was photography consultant for the first Bulgarian issues of the “National Geographic”. Nikolay Treyman is the author of the “Orthodox Bulgaria”, “12 Images of Philosophers”, “12 Philosophers Reflect on Images”, “Retrospective 50” exhibits and many other. He is the Chairman of the Bulgarian Photo Club, established in 1920 and the leading editor of the FO Library. He is also the manager of two photo studios in the center of Sofia and organizer of “Knyazhevo Nights of Photography”.
Professor Tsocho Boyadzhiev is one of the leading Bulgarian humanitarian scientists and an originator of philosophical medieval studies in Bulgaria. He teaches History of Ancient and Medieval Philosophy at Sofia University St Kliment Ohridski and is a member of the International Society for Medieval Philosophy Studies), in Leuven, Belgium, the European Academy of Science and Arts in Vienna, the Erfurt Academy of Applied Sciences and the Scientific Community in Berlin. He has authored the books The Unwritten Doctrine of Plato (Sofia, 1984); Studies of Medieval Humanism (Sofia, 1988); Ancient Philosophy as a Phenomenon of Culture (Sofia, 1990); The Renaissance of the Twelfth Century: The Nature and Men (Sofia, 1991); Augustine and Descartes (Sofia, 1992); Philosophy of the European Middle Ages (Sofia, 1994); Two University Lectures (Veliko Tarnovo, 1997); Circumvolution of the Spirit (Sofia, 1998), The Night in the Middle Ages (Sofia, 2000), A Window to the North (2002), Farewell to thing and Other Living Creatures (2005) and Philosophy of Photography (2014). Mr. Boyadzhiev’s translations include works of Plato, Plotinus, Thomas Aquinas, Bonaventura, Meister Eckhart, Marsilio Ficino, the Brothers Grimm and others. He is actively involved in photography and has lectured at The Philosophy of Photography seminar. Their first joint project – the album “The Way of Man” – was published in 2014.