Bissera Videnova is a contemporary photographer, poet, writer and editor in her native tongue. She became interested in photography at a very young age when she had already participated in movie and television productions and wanted to be in front of and behind the camera at the same time.
Mrs. Videnov has published both poetry and prose for academic and online articles in her country. In 2012, she won the Mediterranean Women Forum with a short story. She had a collection of poems published in her native tongue (2017) She is the editor of the first book released in Bulgarian about the artist Christo and Jeanne-Claude. She translated the upcoming issue, again in Bulgarian, of Cyril Christo’s poems about Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s projects.
As a photographer, she has participated in several group exhibitions in Bulgaria (2015-2018)
and has also participated in her works in Venice, Italy - an accompanying exhibition at the Biennial of Architecture. Currently, two of her works are on display at the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts as part of the Annual Member Show (10/2019).
Recently Mrs. Videnov published her first photo book based on her poem about early emotional loss “The Speed of my Life” (9/2019).