Radostin Damaskov was born in 1957 in Burgas, Bulgaria, and graduated in 1982 specialising sculpture. He is a member of the Union of Bulgarian Artists from 1987.
Radostin has participated in many exhibitions in Bulgaria and abroad, as well as in numerous international symposiums for sculpture. Some of them are listed below:
1987 - International Sculpture Symposium - in stone - Burgas
1988 - International Sculpture Symposium - in wood - Yasna Polyana
1989 - 9th International Biennale for small sculpture - Budapest
1997 - International Exhibition - Ravena
1998 - International Sculpture Symposium - in stone - Georgia
1999 - International Sculpture Symposium - in stone - Armenia
2000 - International Sculpture Symposium - in wood - Yasna Plyana
2009, 2010, 2011 - International Art Workshop - Rusalka
2010 - International Sculpture Symposium - in stone - Burgas
He works in the field of the small sculpture and monumental forms. In 2010 he won national competition awarding him to create the monument of the
famous Bulgarian poetess Petq Dubarova. In 2011 he created the first ‘Kilometer Zero’ in Bulgaria, located in the city of Burgas. For his sculptures in stone and bronze he has received awards from the Ministry of Culture of Hungary, Georgia and Armenia. His works are included in the Museum of Modern Art in Köln, the collection ‘P.
Ludwig’, as well as in many galleries and collections in Bulgaria, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Russia, Mexico and others. Currently Radostin Damaskov lives and works in Burgas.