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Whitney Biennial 2008

The Whitney Biennial, founded in 1932, runs this year from 6 March – 1 June and features 80 artists young and old (including a few collaborations and bands, plus a radio station). Discuss the most important exhibition in America here...

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Whitney Biennial 2008


6 March – 1 June
Whitney Museum of American Art
945 Madison Avenue at 75th Street, New York

This edition of the Whitney Biennial is team-curated by Henriette Huldisch and Shamim M. Momin and "overseen" by Donna De Salvo, all of them curators at the Whitney, with a panel of advisors: Thelma Golden, of The Studio Museum in Harlem; Bill Horrigan, of the Wexner Center; and the curator and writer Linda Norden.

See the list of participating artists here

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Comment by EVI PHOTOPOULOS on November 23, 2011 at 21:38

                          EVI PHOTOPOULOS

 

THE GREEK CONTAMPORARY VISUAL ARTIST

 

"IS ONE, OF THE SELECTED, INTERNATIONAL, ARTISTS

 

WHO WILL EXHIBIT HER ARTWORK

 

AT THE HISTORICAL MUSEUM OF INFANTRY IN ROME

 

                     26th  of NOVEMBER 2011"

 

 

"YOUR  PRESENCE WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED"

 

 

 

PRESS RELEASE

 

 

             ROMA  CAPITALE               EPIREO  GALLERY      ALEXANDROS 

                                  FRAMMENTI

                                           DI  STORIE                             TRA    LA  STORIA

 

                                                                                HISTORICAL   MUSEUM OF  INFANTRY

                    November 26  to December 14 –Vernissage- Saturday  November 26,  6:00pm

 

The Frammenti   di storie tra la storia, the event  organized  by the Epireo   Art Gallery in

Collaborarion   with the   Alexandros   Academy, with the patronage of  the  Department of

Cultural   Policies  and  Historical Center of City of Rome  arises from the need to create a

strong   emotional  bond  between the public  and  the artists. Each work  originates from

imaginative  and  engaging  stories  that capture  the curiosity of the viewer, projecting it

into  animated worlds of artistic imagination.

 

The Historical  Museum of  Infantry inserted in the Museum Complex  of Sasnta

Croce in Gerusalemme  between the National Museum of Musical  Instruments and  the

Historical Museum of the Grenadiers  of  Sardinia,  in the heart of the capital, near the Basilica  of San Giovanni in Laterano, is an important and monumetal  location which fuses

Its soul with the contemporary  art creating  a very balanced combination that turns into

a  vibrant dialogue, wall to wall, between past and present.

 

Many are the creativities who present their works and experiences, personal stories of daily

life, making the exhibition a great opportunity to learn about emerging artists, from Italy

Europe and the world.

 

The opening day will take place Saturday November 26  at 6:00 pm with the participation

With the Editor  and Director  of Segni  D’ Arte  Dr Nicolina  Bianchi, the Director of Ages

and art critic  Dr. Mara Ferloni and the art historian and critic Dr. Alessia  Cervelli, art lovers

 and experts. During  the  vernissage will take place the award  ceremony of the 5th Edition of the International Art Prize  “ I  GRIFONI “.

 

HISTORICAL MUSEUM OF INFANTRY- SANTA  CROCE IN  GERUSALEMME  SQUARE  9, ROME

OPEN  DAILY: MONDAY-FRIDAY  09.00am-4.30pm (Closed  8 December )

Organization:  L’EPIREO  ART  GALLERY-Pandosia  Street 28

INFOLINE:0677076899-3458411935  info@epireo.it - www.epreo.it

Direct line with the Museum  067027971

 

 

 

Comment by EVI PHOTOPOULOS on November 17, 2011 at 0:04

EVI   PHOTOPOULOS

 

THE GREEK CONTEMPORARY VISUAL ARTIST

 

AMONG  OTHER  INTERNATIONAL  ARTISTS

 

WILL PARTICIPATE WITH HER ARTWORKS

 

AT THE INTERNATIONAL ART EXHIBITION "ON THE EDGE"

 

AT THE GALLERY DE'MARCHI IN BOLOGNA/ITALY

 

FROM 19th NOVEMBER TILL 1st DECEMBER 2011

 

"YOUR PRESENCE WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED"

 

 

'On The Edge' Exhibition advertisement is published on Rivierart Magazine on pages 42 and 44 of its new Issue.

 

http://issuu.com/rivierart/docs/rivierart_n2_11_2011

 

 

 

COMUNE  DI  BOLOGNA

 

 

GALLERIA  DE MARCHI

TREVISAN

INTERNATIONAL  ART   PRESENTA  ON THE EDGE

 

MOSTRA  DI ARTE  INTERNAZIONALE 

 

A CURA  DI PAOLO  TREVISAN

 

INAUGURAZIONE

 

SABATO  19  NOVEMBRE  2011

 

19/11-01/12

GALLERIA DE MARCHI

VIA DE’ MARCHI, 19/B-BOLOGNA/ITALIA

INFO:333  38 35  335 o  348  00. 13. 476

 

ORARIO: DA LUNEDI   A GIOVEDI    16.00-19.45

VENERDI  E  SABATO  10.00-12.30 /   16.00-19.45

DOMENICA  SU  APPUNTAMENTO

 

 

 

 

 

Comment by EVI PHOTOPOULOS on November 14, 2011 at 12:50

EVI PHOTOPOULOS

 

THE GREEK CONTEMPORARY VISUAL ARTIST

 

WILL EXHIBIT AMONG OTHER INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS

 

IN CHICAGO AT THE "33 CONTEMPORARY GALLERY"

 

FROM NOVEMBER 18th till DECEMBER 31 ,2011

 

YOUR PRESENCE WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED

 

 

 

"TURIN-CHICAGO"-33 CONTEMPORARY GALLERY-NOVEMBER 18 - DECEMBER 31/2011-CHICAGO

 

VIEW EXHIBITION CATALOG:

 

http://www.33collective.com/Openings/NETWROK_Turin-Chicago_Catalog.pdf

 

 

 

PRESS RELEASE

On occasion of “Turin 2011: 150 years of the Unity of Italy”, the monthly magazine “Italia Arte.

 Il meglio della cultura e del Made in Italy” (Italy Art.

 The best of culture and Made in Italy) intends promoting an artistic-cultural exchange with the 33 Contemporary Gallery, leading art gallery of Chicago, directed by Sergio Gomez,

 to celebrate not just the one hundred and fifty year anniversary of the Unity of Italy which sees Turin, former capital of the Italian Kingdom, absolute star of the celebrations,

 but also – conceptually – the strong connection that has always linked our country and our connotations to the United States of America, on a path that for more than 150 years has seen the Italian and American populations deeply bound by art, tradition, history, costume and culture.

 The choice of Turin as the Italian exhibition headquarters for the project was also dictated by the leading role this Piedmont city plays in contemporary art at home and abroad.

 This partnership is part of a much bigger plan of relations that “Italia Arte” has with the Italian Culture Institutes all over the world, with Museums and Foundations of the United States and Italy, with numerous contemporary Italian artists and with Italian Associations worldwide.

 

 

 

ITALIAN/ ARTISTS:

 

 

Evi Photopoulos Greece, Giovanna Magaddino Monaco,Brigitta Rossetti, Adriana Isabel Acquisto (sculpture), Anna Maria Angelini Chiarvetto (photography), Anna Maria Artegiani, Balmus Tudor (sculpture), Claudio Bandini, Liliana Barberis, Elena Bussotti, Margherita Calzoni, Laura Cassetti, Bruno Nazzareno Chiarenza (sculpture), Christian Costa (sculpture), Fausta Cropelli (sculpture), Takane Ezoe, Francesco Fortino (sculpture), Giuseppe La Bruna (sculpture), Maria Ausiliatrice Laterza (sculpture, Tina Lupo (sculpture), Michele Macchia, Enrico Magnani, Gabriele Maquignaz (sculpture), Ronnj Medini, Lamberto Melina, Paolo Menon (sculpture), Giovannino Montanari, Manuella Muerner Marioni (sculpture), Claire Nelson (sculpture), Adriana Pellegro (sculpture),  Luigi Pizzimenti, Marina Profumo (sculpture), Claudio Rabino, Adriana Ramondetti, Lorenzo Ridolfi (sculpture), Elena Ritorto, Pietro Rossi, Giorgio Turchetti.

 

Comment by EVI PHOTOPOULOS on October 19, 2011 at 16:24

PRESS RELEASE

EVI  PHOTOPOULOS  THE GREEK CONTEMPORARY  VISUAL  ARTIST   EXHIBITS  AT  THE:

"THE AFFORDABLE ART FAIR","GAGLIARDI GALLERY-STAND C14",

20-23 OCTOBER 2011

 

Wednesday 19 October

Private View

 

Opening times

 

5.30 – 9.30pm

 

Thursday 20 October

11.00am – 5.30pm

 

Thursday Late View

5.30 – 9.30pm

 

Friday 21 October

11.00am – 6.00pm

 

Saturday 22 October

11.00am – 6.00pm

 

Sunday 23 October

11.00am – 6.00pm

 

 

 

 

http://www.affordableartfair.com/battersea/home/

http://www.affordableartfair.com/portal/exhibiting

 

 

ABOUT THE  AAF

 When Will Ramsay founded the fair in 1999 his aim was to make contemporary art accessible to everyone, and to show you don’t need to be an art expert or a millionaire to enjoy and buy art. Ten years on The Affordable Art Fair is the leading showcase in the UK for contemporary art under £4,000 having welcomed over 430,000 visitors who have bought £73 million of art.  

 

How did it all start?

 

In 1996 Will opened Will’s Art Warehouse in south west London to bridge the increasing interest in contemporary art and the London gallery scene. By concentrating on relatively unknown artists not carrying a premium for reputation, the gallery was able to offer works from £50 - £2,500 from a stable of over 150 artists. The response to Will’s Art Warehouse encouraged Will to take his approach to the next level, and in October 1999 he launched the first Affordable Art Fair in Battersea Park. 10,000 visitors took advantage of the ease of buying, breadth of choice, affordable prices and user-friendly approach.

 

How has AAF grown?

 

In 2001 Will launched a second event in Battersea Park, the Spring Collection, to showcase entirely different artists from the Autumn Collection. Now over 25,000 people come to each London fair to enjoy the art exhibited by the 120 British and international galleries. In the same year he established a fair in the West Country; the Bristol fair in May is now very popular attracting around 7,000 visitors over three days. 

 

AAF has also become something of a global phenomenon with fairs taking place in Amsterdam, Paris, Brussels, New York and Singapore, while affiliate events include Sydney and Melbourne. Globally, 783,000 people have visited an Affordable Art Fair, buying over £123 million of art.

 

 

Has AAF received any recognition over the years?

 

This year AAF has been selected as one of the UK's coolest brands by an independent council and more than 2,500 members of the British public. As brands are unable to nominate themselves to be a CoolBrand, it just goes to show how much support the fair has from its visitors! We’re chuffed to be thought of as ‘a brand that it is both cutting edge and has withstood the test of time; something that appeals to celebrities and to ordinary people too…’. Check out our entry on page 8 in the CoolBrands book.

 

Will has been recognised as an ‘art world pioneer’ by many journalists over the years. But this year, for the first time, he features in a TV advert for BlackBerry as the ‘man who wants to make great art accessible to everyone’. Watch the advert.

 

Why come to an AAF?

 

Our formula is relatively simple: a relaxed, unstuffy environment and lots of good quality contemporary art. The price ceiling of £4,000 and the compulsory labelling of all artwork ensures you know what you can and can’t afford, and the huge array of paintings, sculpture, photography and prints means there is something to suit every taste. The artists shown at the spring and autumn fairs in London are entirely different, so even if you don’t find your perfect piece the first time it is always worth coming back!


There are lots of other arty activities going on at each fair, along with an emerging artist exhibition, which features the work of recent graduates. The Education Programme offers a whole host of activities, all of which are fun, informative and free. For those who wish to create their own masterpiece everything from drypoint printmaking to collaborative mural-making is on offer. And for those who prefer to listen there are talks on collecting art and printmaking. Children can be kept entertained with a Kids’ Activity Pack and under 10s can be left at the crèche.

 

Art movements

An art movement is an artistic style or a tendency seen in the intentions of works that is followed by a group of artists during a specific period of time.  Art movements were especially important in modern art, where each consecutive movement was considered as a new avant-garde. Movements have almost entirely disappeared in contemporary art, where individualism and diversity prevail.

Abstraction and Abstract Art
Abstract art was largely a result of artists’ increasing interest in the formal aspects of art (such as colour theory) and the creative process, placing emphasis on personal expression. Representational forms, such as figures or landscapes, are often exaggerated or simplified until they become virtually unrecognisable. Examples: Barbara Hepworth, Wassily Kandinsky, Piet Mondrian, Henry Moore, Ben Nicholson.

Abstract Expressionism
This movement originated in America in the 1940s, becoming popular in the 1950s. The key interests of the Abstract Expressionists were freedom of expression and exploring the subconscious. Many artists associated with this movement worked quickly and applied paint in unconventional ways such as pouring or splattering paint directly onto the surface, allowing chance and accident to play a significant role in the creation. Some also began experimenting with modern materials and industrial and domestic paints. Examples: Willem De Kooning, Barnett Newman, Jackson Pollock, Ad Reinhardt, Mark Rothko.

 

 

Conceptual Art
Conceptual art, as its name implies, is primarily concerned with conveying an idea or concept behind a work, rather than the creation of a traditional art object (such as a painting, print or sculpture). The term first came into use in the 1960s, but is usually associated with artists of the 1970s. However, artists have been making work which is now regarded as conceptual since the beginning of the 20th century, perhaps the first being Marcel Duchamp’s infamous urinal piece made in 1917. In many examples of conceptual art, the art object can be replaced by a description of it or by a set of instructions for its construction, and the actual physical involvement of the artist can often be quite minimal. In the 1990s conceptual art enjoyed a resurgence and has been linked to the origins of the Young British Artists (YBAs), largely consisting of graduates from Goldsmiths College under the guidance of conceptual artist Michael Craig-Martin. Because Conceptual Art is often dependent upon the discourse surrounding the work, it is strongly related to other movements of the last century. Examples: Marcel Broodthaers, Jenny Holtzer, Sarah Lucas, Jeff Koons, Damien Hirst.  

 

Contemporary Art

This somewhat ambiguous term usually refers to work created after 1945. Some define contemporary art as work made within the last 30 years (Christie's auction house made this distinction with their contemporary auctions, while Sotheby’s and Phillips maintain the more conventional 1945 date).

 

Figurative/Figuration/

Representational
The term figurative is now used as the opposite of abstract or conceptual, and extends to anything that depicts a subject taken from life, be it a landscape, objects (a still life) or the human figure. Figuration is often used to describe naturalistic or lifelike elements in otherwise abstract or non-figurative work. Representation is used when the emphasis is on what the subject is rather than with an accurate lifelike depiction.

 

 

Installation Art

Installation art is often made for a particular event or space, being referred to as site-specific. Although some installations are able to be re-installed elsewhere or re-made at different venues, they are rarely permanent and may only exist as a documentation of its finished state. Much installation art is considered conceptual and is a popular art-form for alternative spaces rather than galleries. Examples: Christo, Tracey Emin, David Mach, Anthony Gormley.

 

Modernism and Modern Art

Modernism and the period referred to as the ‘modernist’ age relates to art and literature of the late 19th century through the mid-20th century. It includes artists such as Giacometti, Matisse, Monet, Picasso, Brancusi, Klee, van Gogh and Cezanne, often called the ‘Father of Modernism,’ as well as all those who forged artistic movements such as Fauvism, Cubism and Surrealism. Art at this time made a radical break with the past, deliberately departing from traditional materials and techniques. Whilst modernist ideas are still used widely in contemporary art and design, its dogmatism fell out of fashion in the post war period. It should not therefore be confused with contemporary art.

 

Pop Art

Pop Art largely explores popular mass culture and the products of consumerism and capitalism. Its message is not always certain, and could be condemning or celebrating its subject. Largely associated with American culture, it actually began in England in the late 1950s, helped substantially by the focus brought on Britain by the Beatles and the Rolling Stones. By appropriating the materials and styles of advertising, billboards, screen-printing, commercial packaging and design. Pop artists encouraged their audience to reassess the products of the everyday world, at the same time challenging the elitism of previous art movements. Examples: Peter Blake, David Hockney, Richard Hamilton, Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein.

 

Post-Modernism

Post-modernism is the recognition that we have gone as far as we can from traditional values in the name of innovation. Therefore nothing can be considered wholly original because everything refers to what has gone before it. This is now part of our everyday ‘Cultural Liberalism’ in which no creative output can categorically be said to be better or worse than any other. Value is given to something according to what it refers to, hence the current fashion for retro culture and for revivals of previous styles. Examples: David Salle, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Gavin Turk.

 

 

Comment by EVI PHOTOPOULOS on September 14, 2011 at 22:33

CHIANCIANO  BIENNALE   ART MUSEUM  2011

                           17-24  SEPTEMBER

EVI  PHOTOPOULOS  THE  GREEK  CONTEMPORARY  VISUAL  ARTIST PARTICIPATION

                    160   ARTISTS  FROM   ALL  OVER  THE  WORLD

 

"THE  SECOND  MOST IMPORTANT  CURATED  BIENNALE  AFTER  VENICE"

ROBERT SCOTT-AIAA

 

THE  BIENNALE  IS A PRESTIGIOUS  MUSEUM  EXHIBITION  AND  AWARD  STAGED  AND ORGANISED  BY THE  CHIANCIANO  ART   MUSEUM.

CATALOGUE:

http://www.calameo.com/read/00038347919217d7e59a5 [1]

 

                           "YOUR  PRESENCE  WILL BE GREATLY  APPRECIATED"

                                                                                      EVI PHOTOPOULOS

 

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Comment by EVI PHOTOPOULOS on September 14, 2011 at 22:22

                                 EVI PHOTOPOULOS

                                          THE GREEK CONTEMPORARY VISUAL ARTIST

  EXHIBITS AT:               THE INTERNATIONAL CONTEMPORARY  ART  EXHIBITION

  AC/BC   “MARZIA FROZEN GALLERY”  IN BERLIN

 

PRESS RELEASE

MARZIA FROZEN

 Presents

 

AC/BC

   Curated  by   Javier  RAMIREX

 

          Opening  Reception:  SATURDAY   September 10th   6

- 12 pm

 

            September 10th - October  10th,   2011

 

 Marc ALDINGER - Edoardo BERNARDI - Alexandra  EDMONDS - Claudio Di

CARLO - Salome De  CAMBRA - Nathalie  GUERRA

 

 Enzo FORGIONE  - Andrew LITTEN - Marilù  MANZINI -  Ivano

PAROLINI -  Evi PHOTOPOULOS - Maurizio ORRICO

 

Rombout OOMEN - Javier  RAMIREX  - Pietro ROSSI  - Jan Willem

CAMPMANS  - Chiara  SMIRNE  -  Sandra  VATER

 

MARZIA  FROZEN

   Landsberger  Allee  54

   10249  Berlin,  GERMANY

   Tel: +49 (0) 176 686 38384 [1]

    www.marziafrozen.com [2]

 

Marzia Frozen is pleased to announce an  international  group

exhibition of a new generation of artists working today. This will be a

group exhibition at MARZIA FROZEN in Berlin, and will feature a

selection of  paintings, sculptures, photographs,  performances and

videos.

 

Berlin  is  the  motor  of  European contemporary art  in

2011.  The  power  of  this  city  is inspiring a new generation

of artists. Whether they work in illegal street art, expansive

installations, provocative action art or quickly jotted paintings,

Berlin has inspired artists from around the world. Here they find a low

cost of living, more than 400 international galleries and five major

museums within a square kilometer at the heart of the capital. The city

plays host to hundreds of art galleries as well as annual international

art fairs, such as Art Forum, and provides multiple openings almost

every night. The Berlin artists convene at these openings and at

gatherings in bars, where the conditions for networking and discussion

are ideal. More than 6,000 professional artists live in Berlin.

 

Berlin is a city for hedonists and artists. The crossover between the

two is often seamless. George Grosz, Otto Dix und Max Beckmann captured

this face of the city in earlier times. Since the fall of the Wall, an

increasing number of successful artists from around the world have been

flocking to Berlin. Stars of the scene such as Thomas Demand, Angela

Bulloch or Arturo Herrera came to stay. Renowned artists such as Olafur

Eliasson and  Daniel Richter live in Berlin. Berlin is also a breeding

ground for artistic production. This is where the young art of today

might be picked up for large collections tomorrow. Entire gallery scenes

continue to emerge and evolve. No sooner has one international

exhibition closed, than another has opened. This may explain why Berlin

has made a name for itself as a talent factory producing the artists of

tomorrow. Stillwell finds the Berlin arts scene to be refreshing because

it is "more International, and less hierarchical, than,  New York."

Artists are egomaniacs – that’s the stereotype, at least -- and it

may be rooted in reality. However, even the biggest egos don’t always

stand alone. Studio houses and communities have been founded in many

areas of the city, as cooperation brings about synergistic effects. Fans

of art can benefit from this as well, as there are often open house

events that allow them to roam through the studios.

 

AC/BC  Contemporary  Berlin  is  a  survey  about  the  new

generation  of  artists  in  2011  that have been creating  an

incredible buzz  in  the  german  capital.  The Wall has fallen and

along with it, barriers to creativity and self-expression. Rebellion

comes from a youth culture that does not have great employment prospects

(especially in Berlin, which is notoriously poor with respect to all

other German cities, and has high unemployment.) Berlin is a dynamic,

progressive city, and the local art scene reflects its unique history

and colorful present. From painters to performance artists, Berlin is

home to some of the most innovative figures on the international

stage.Numerous artists from across the globe have taken full advantage

of Berlin's transition period throughout the 1990s and 2000s to find

gallery and performance spaces in the most unexpected places.  --

 

--

MARZIA FROZEN

Presents

 

 

Links:

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[1] http://www.2evi.gr/tel:%2B49%20%280%29%20176%20686%2038384

[2] http://www.marziafrozen.coPOSTER%20OF%20BERLIN.jpg
Comment by EVI PHOTOPOULOS on August 30, 2011 at 20:49

EVI PHOTOPOULOS ,THE GREEK  CONTEMPORARY VISUAL ARTIST, EXHIBITS AT "DIOSQURI DEL QUIRINALE MUSEUM" IN ROME  FROM   2-12 SEPTEMBER,2011

 

Comment by EVI PHOTOPOULOS on June 18, 2011 at 21:01
EVI PHOTOPOULOS THE GREEK CONTEMPORARY VISUAL ARTIST "Burning Land" NEW International Collective Exhibition 23th June - 13th July 2011 OPENING Thursday, June 23rd 2011, 18:30 – 20:30 «The storm of fire in 2007, one of the greatest disasters in Greece to this date, is turned by the hands of Evi Photopoulos into an active field of a unique spiritual and aesthetic experience». Katerina Voreadou, Natural History Museum of Crete. «The artist, Mrs. Photopoulos through her paintings once again spreads the message of hope and faith that we can all come to love nature again».Giannis Drositis, Heraklion Municipal Art Gallery Sensitive to the environmental issues which greatly affect our small neighborhoods as well as the whole of Greece and ultimately the entire planet ,assist the cry of protest through art of Evi Photopoulos for the indifference, overexploitation, "rape" and destruction of our natural environment. On Thursday, June 23rd, during the Summer , when we all admire the splendor of nature, this cry of despair from the artist echoes even more tragic to our complacent ears. Evi Photopoulos' oil paintings included in the series, "Burning Land," constitute a continuation of the traditions of Byzantine Art. The dark tones and deep dramatic colours, which lead associatively to the ritual atmosphere of the Byzantine churches, become a counterpoint to the cold breath of polished aluminum and remind one of the explosive religious iconography of the Divine Judgment and the Second Coming. At the same time, her paintings are modern and comprehensible, overflowing with the passion of the creator who is shaken and overwhelmed by the actions of Man against Man and against the Environment accommodating him. Summarizing her views, the artist states: "Through my series of works, "The Burning Land" I wish to inform all fellow-human beings to the point where each and every one of us acquires a sensitive environmental awareness and power of freedom to demand the future of the next generation on Earth". Evi Photopoulos studied initially in the Art Workshop of great Greek carver Konstantinos Grammatopoulos (1990-1994). She then travelled to Milan where she was specialized in clothing design (1995-1999), in order to experiment also with other printing and art creation materials. Her experience was enriched by her apprenticeship in the Art Workshop of N. Christoforakis in Athens (2000-2003) and she afterwards concluded her studies in the Byzantine Workshop of N. Giannakakis (2004-2007), thus completing in total a fourteen-year study in the field. Her work has been exhibited at the: MUNICIPAL ART GALLERY OF (LOS ANGELES & HERAKLION OF CRETE), HLSI HIGHGATE GALLERY - LONDON, INFINITY GALLERY - NEW YORK, ARTWORK GALLERY -DENVER,FACTORY OF ART-OLIVE PRESS -CHANIA, ART FORUM -BERLIN,(PREBIENNALE & PROJECT JUNE) in “STUDIO CARAPOSTOL” –VENICE &CHIANCIANO BIENNALE- MUSEUM OF MODERN ART. To see abstracts from Evi Photopoulos’s work on-line, please visit:www.2evi.gr / contact@2evi.gr/tel:00306951260040 Camden Art Gallery Free admission E-mail: info@camdenartgallery.com 61 Chalk Farm Road Opening times camdenartgallery@hotmail.com UK From Wednesday to Sunday 10.00 - 18.00 h. Website:www.camdenartgallery.com London NW1 8AN Tel.: +44(0 )20 7485 6644
Comment by EVI PHOTOPOULOS on June 14, 2011 at 21:12
  

EVI PHOTOPOULOS , THE GREEK CONTEMPORARY VISUAL ARTIST WILL

PARTICIPATE AT VENICE PROJECT 2011>> 18-25 JUNE IN VENICE.

OPENNING JUNE 18th -h.17.30.

SCOLETTA DI SAN GIOVANNI BATISTA-CAMPO DELLA BRAGORA.

STUDIO CARAPOSTOL-CURATED BY PAOLO DOGA.

EVI PHOTOPOULOS

ART BOOK

www.2evi.gr

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