The link between art and dream
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The link between art and dream

DUE TO the pandemic, many of us have been left dreaming of situations that we would have preferred to have been in, which cannot be realized. Many of our activities were put on hold, and we could only imagine them in our mind’s eye. For the artists among us, however, they often became subject-matter for … Continue reading

The art of small surprises
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The art of small surprises

After the exhibition ‘my hEART’ at the Hellenic-French Association on Kolonaki Square, comes the exhibition ‘Small Surprises’, which presents the beauty of small works. Often, small works are more intimate, and intricate. And more affordable! Some lovely jewellery designs are also on show. Organised by Dimitris Lazarou in collaboration with Arthub Athens and Tonia Nisotaki. … Continue reading

Dimitris Lazarou: “Art is the imprint of life”
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Dimitris Lazarou: “Art is the imprint of life”

Stella Sevastopoulos interviews Dimitris Lazarou, α person of many talents, who has organized many exhibitions both online and in real space, whilst also promoting the work of contemporary Greek artists. His online exhibition ‘Woman Evolution 200’, which comprises the work of 113 artists, recently premiered also as a video presentation of the works, accompanied by … Continue reading

In focus: Sef Berkers and the freedom of pure painting
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In focus: Sef Berkers and the freedom of pure painting

DUTCH artist Sef Berkers escaped the Covid pandemic and the lockdown in New York just in time after his art exhibition took place in the Big Apple. His works however haven’t made it back yet. The experience of this city changed his life and his art in unexpected ways. Back in his studio in Venlo, … Continue reading

Interview with Sue Tilley:  Art antics, diverse life experiences and Freud
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Interview with Sue Tilley: Art antics, diverse life experiences and Freud

ARTIST, writer, and artist’s model Sue Tilley has had a colourful life to say the least: from dividing her time between her day job as benefits supervisor and her night job at Leigh Bowery’s ‘Taboo’ night club, Tilley has also performed in music videos, modelled for artist Lucian Freud, taught art, and has had her … Continue reading

The return of the flaneur
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The return of the flaneur

‘FLANEUR: Walking unseen in the city’ is the title of the upcoming exhibition at the Arte Visione gallery in Athens. The exhibition is organised/curated by art historians Evangelia Kairaki and Maria-Moscha Karatzoglou. The French term ‘Flaneur’ (or ‘Flaneuse’) is hard to translate accurately, because it belongs to a certain place in history and literature. The … Continue reading

Interview with Marina Syntelis: The power of the sea and the magic of the internet
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Interview with Marina Syntelis: The power of the sea and the magic of the internet

Stella Sevastopoulos caught up with artist Marina Syntelis, who found herself creating some interesting commissions during the lockdown, for customers abroad. MARINA SYNTELIS has been hailed as one of the world’s finest hyper realistic seascape painters of today. Her powerful wave images have become especially popular over the past two years, and her rising recognition … Continue reading