Mamush Gallery welcomes autumn with the exhibition FRACTALS. Works by five international women artists, of different generations, but with remarkable common elements that the visitor is invited to explore. Starting from the geometric elements in their art and their personal philosophy as it was formed and expressed with passion and consistency through their works, the exhibition will offer a new approach, knowledge and aesthetic pleasure to our visitors. Due to pandemic protection measures, we believe that this exhibition will work with a highly intellectual approach, since the limited number of visitors will ensure a mystical dare I say experience, as well as the opportunity to learn about the work of these five great artists from us.
Opy Sarpaki Zouni was born in Cairo in 1941. She lived and worked in Athens since 1963. She has died after she lost her battle with cancer on 5th December 2008. She studied painting (1959-62) in Cairo and at the Athens School of Fine Arts (1963-68). Read More
An American art pioneer in light art and luminist sculpture, known for her neon, steel, aluminum, and acrylic glass installations, she always used the mononym Chryssaprofessionally. She worked from the mid-1950s in New York City studios and worked since 1992 in the studio she established in Neos Kosmos, Athens, Greece.Read More
Vassiliki is a visual artist and sculptor internationally renowned for her enormous kinetic installations as well as for her conjectural interventions. The divine of the human nature and the psyche, as defined by the Greek philosopher Aristotle, have played an exceptional role in Vassiliki’s idea of human integration within the framework of a philosophical and spiritual code and not of a religious one. Read More
Brigitte Polemis' work is caught between the disciplines of photography, printing, design, and sculpture. Her work is defined by her minimal aesthetics of color, line, and form. Her choice of Perspex as her media, the use of technologies, and her attention to high production values give her artwork a very contemporary feel. Read More
Rania Schoretsaniti (b. Trikala, Greece) studied at the School of Fine and Applied Arts, University of West Macedonia, Greece with professors Y. Ziogas in painting and D. Siaterli in engraving (2009-2014). In 2014, she spent as an Erasmus exchange student one semester in an NHL Hogeschool (The Netherlands). Read More