Stefan Nenov’s work is focused on sculpture using wood as his primary medium, he has developed a unique technique to achieve high realistic representation in his sculptures. He is winner of ‘Alfred Daniels Award’ at The RBA Annual Exhibition and the Fortnum and Mason ‘Carving Award.’ The subjects of Nenov’s artworks vary, but the artist always aims to reflect the identity of nowadays society. He accepts his ideas as an allegorical narrative of how contemporary man has been socially constructed. Wood is the most unique sculpture material for the artist as its life cycle reincarnation: living wood and transforming into a piece of art. While working in wood, Nenov aims to create curiousity to the reality of objects with it’s contents, which evoke amazement. This includes a surreal transformation of forms, implementing new meanings and contemporary archetypal symbols of human identity. Capturing a unique moment or action is another aspect of his art.