THE FIRST exhibition of 2022 at Fokianou Art Space focuses on Athens by night, via the work of 19 artists.
Artist Alekos Fassianos passed away on January 16, at the age of 87. He was one of Greece’s most important artists of the ’30s generation.
Evripides Gallery celebrates the achievements and the spirit of the Greeks of Asia Minor, and commemorates the 100 years since the Asia Minor Catastrophe.
Get your sneakers on and go for a long walk around Athens, choc-a-bloc with great art shows at the moment!
Kostas Siafakas’s exhibition of pencil drawings at Genesis Gallery, are true examples of the versatility and depth of the medium of graphite.
Stella Sevastopoulos catches up with artist Costis, during his solo show at Roma Gallery, in order to talk about the electricity of his artworks.
Showing yet again its respect for a wide range of artistic processes and forms of art, Fokianou Art Space is currently hosting another fascinating show, entitled ‘Travel App’, which runst till December 18.
ITALIAN gallerist Glenda Lorenzani moved to Athens from Rome in 2014. Despite the crisis, and the pandemic, she has managed to keep her eye on the art scene in her own unique manner.
Maria Coletsis is an artist who has explored painting, digital media and computer installations in her oeuvre, and has travelled the world for her art.
Twenty-three artists have ruminated on travel and how it has been affected by the pandemic, in the exhibition ‘Travel App’, at Fokianou Art Space.