Raytchev’s personal experience and observation of human psyche inspire her to enquire and challenge the stigmas around mental health and equal rights. She invites viewers to participate in her creative activities by either interviewing her subjects or experiencing her multimedia artworks.
Raytchev’s work has been getting international attention since her studies at the world’s most prestigious art and design colleges - Central St. Martin’s College of Art and Design and London College of Fashion. She has participated in various solo and group shows and attended many neuroscience conferences and talks in the US, UK, and Russia. She also exhibited at the World Chess Hall of Fame in the US alongside renowned artists Yoko Ono, Barbara Kruger and Sophie Matisse. Her current and past collaborations include NARS Residency NY, King’s College Addictions Department, Citi Bank, Purling London for Harrods, B-Eat charity, NEDA and Painted Wolf Foundation.
Raytchev’s work has been featured in several national publications such as the Times and Newsweek, among others.
Turn Around, 2020
Oil, enamel and spray paint on canvas, 190 x 240 cm
Mixed media sculpture, 55 x 55 x 120 cm
Oil, enamel and spray paint on canvas, 100 x 100 cm
Purple Rain, 2020
Mixed media on glass, framed 74 x 53 cm
Entity (installation), 2020
Fabric, paint, 75 x 120 cm
Beautiful, Changes, 2020
Oil, enamel and spray paint on canvas, 155 x 175 cm
Regret What, 2019
Oil and enamel on canvas, 190 x 165 cm
So I can, 2019
Oil and enamel on canvas, framed 70 x 83 cm