Sunday 24 July 2022

Masters at the Alimos Municipal Gallery

I have written before about the Alimos Municipal Gallery. It's wonderful having such a resource near where we live. You can go here to read more about it.

The Masters

 at the Alimos Municipal Gallery.

A collection of paintings by some of the most important Greek contemporary artists. 

Giannis Psychopaides, The Letter that Didn't Arrive, (mixed media), 1981

looking closer

Nikos Hatzikyriakos-Ghikas, Jason and Medea, (varnished plaster)

Apostolos Georgiou, Untitled, (oil on canvas)

Sotiris Sorogas, Erifyli, 2014, (colour pencils on paper)

Chronis Botsoglou, Diary Pages, 1983, (aquarelle and pencil on paper)

Eugenios Spatharis, Uncle Giorgos, (shadow puppet, acrylic paint on leather)

Eugenios Spatharis, Karagiozis, (shadow puppet, acrylic on leather)

Spiros Vassiliou, Lamp, 1982, (oil on canvas)

Giannis Tsarouchis, Panaretos, 1986, (pastels and colour pencils on paper)

Konstantinos Parthenis, Female Portrait, (pencil drawing)

Konstantinos Parthenis, Exhibition Poster, 1920

Alekos Fasianos, In Front of the Mirror, (oil on canvas)

Dimitris Mytaras, Two Female Figures, (pastels on board)

Dimitris Mytaras, Female Figure, (pastels on board)

Diamantis Diamantopoulos, The Drama of the Body, (oil on canvas)

Alekos Fasianos, Little Anachronistic Suite or the Life of Anastasios in 24 Hours, 1970, (oil on canvas with gold leaf)

Makis Theofylaktopoulos, Figure, 2019, (oil on canvas)

Triantafyllos Patraskidis, Erotic A, (acrylic)

Nikos Kessanlis, Untitled, (reprography)

Tassos Mantzavinos, Kafka's Dream, 2013, (acrylic on canvas)

Yannis Gaitis, Figures, (oil on canvas)

Panos Fidakis, 4 Figures Indoors, (acrylic on cardboard)

Dimitris Alithinos, My Dreams Create Images, (acrylic and mixed media on paper)

Giorgos Stathopoulos, Woman Bathing, 1974

Giorgos Stathopoulos, Woman Bathing, 1976

Giorgos Stathopoulos, Woman Bathing, 1975

As we were leaving, we saw this sculpture at the entrance. It's by Theodoros Papayiannis, titled, Immigrants. Apparently it broke and had just come back from the restorers: the break has been fixed well, but the colour is all wrong, I'm afraid to say. 

You can see the post on this exhibition here - it's worth a look as I think Papayiannis' work is wonderful.

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